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The Otago Highlanders tuned up for their finals campaign with a record 44-7 win over the Auckland Blues at Eden Park Friday, gatecrashing Blues legend Keven Mealamu's Super 15 farewell.The 36-year-old hooker, who has also earned 123 Test caps for the All Blacks, is set to retire after New Zealand's Rugby World Cup defense next year.The result means the Highlanders will take fourth spot unless the Waikato Chiefs can manage a bonus point win against runaway competition leaders the Wellington Hurricanes Saturday.With All Blacks Ben and Aaron Smith back after being rested for last week's loss to the Hurricanes, the Highlanders showed a willingness to attack, despite wet conditions early on.
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