Timely boost for Chiefs ahead of Hurricanes tie

Chiefs have received a timely boost ahead of their Super Rugby clash against Hurricanes following the return of Brodie Retallick.
The lock has recovered from his shoulder injury and will be available for the selection as they play on Friday.
The team has not suffered a great loss during his absence as the chiefs are assured with a slot at the playoffs The chiefs are to attain a margin of more than 23 points to have the upper hand and host the quarters as the nature of the draw could see them play the Hurricanes on consecutive weekends in Wellington.
Commenting on his return, Retallick who resumed training last week said:
“It’s a pretty big margin we have to win by to have a home quarter but we’ll just go out there and work on the things we have been,” added Retallick.
“We’ve played pretty well in the first half in the last two matches and then dropped away. That’s our focus heading into this weekend by trying to build some momentum with an 80-minute performance.”
Retallick finalizes with their strategy to win the match where he outlays restricting chances for Beauden Barrett the Hurricanes fly-half and Ngani Laumape the inside center player will ensure them to make use of front-foot ball hence the key to containing the Hurricanes firepower.
Rettalick’s injury was a broken bone in his shoulder which was attached to his pectorals and biceps. It did not involve a lot of pain but the X-ray revealed the damage which was a six-weeks recovery time.

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