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    Chiefs coach Clayton McMillan feels this year's Super Rugby final loss stings differently compared to last year

    Chiefs coach Clayton McMillan feels this year's Super Rugby final loss stings differently compared to last year


    The Waikato franchise was outplayed by the Blues at Eden Park, where the 41-10 victory earned the hosts their first title since 2003.

    It's the second consecutive season the Chiefs have lost in the final, after dropping a much closer contest against the Crusaders at home last year.

    McMillan says the feeling is 'same same, but different.'



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