Rugby World Cup winning hero Stephen Donald is to play for the Chiefs again.
The 35‑year‑old famous for kicking the winning points in the 2011 Rugby World Cup final has been drafted as an injury replacement for young first five‑eighth Tiaan Falcon who will miss the season with injury.
Donald who played in Japan last year joined the Chiefs at training today and will be part of the squad for the season.
Donald made his super rugby debut for the Chiefs in 2005 and has played 104 games for the franchise in three stints with the team.
He last played for the side in 2017.
The Chiefs opening game is against the Highlanders at 6.35pm Friday in Hamilton.
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