The Blues and the Crusaders' respective Super Rugby Aotearoa seasons are over after their match on Sunday was called off.
Trailing at half-time, the Crusaders overcame the Highlanders to dodge a make-or-break date with the Blues in Super Rugby Aotearoa.
The Chiefs were unable to mark Aaron Cruden's 100th appearance with a victory as the Crusaders bounced back from losing to the Hurricanes.
A pulsating Super Rugby Aotearoa clash saw the Hurricanes survive a second-half onslaught to stun the Crusaders in Christchurch.
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The Crusaders maintained their unbeaten start to the Super Rugby Aotearoa season by beating the Highlanders 40-20 on Saturday.
Will Jordan scored two tries as the Crusaders held off the Chiefs in Super Rugby Aotearoa.
Scott Barrett will play no further part in Crusaders' Super Rugby Aotearoa campaign.
The Crusaders flexed their muscles in Wellington on Sunday.
There will be no limits on crowd numbers when the Super Rugby Aotearoa competition gets underway this week in New Zealand.
Super Rugby Aotearoa will see several rule changes when it kicks off on June 13.
Scott Barrett recommitted to New Zealand Rugby on Tuesday.
Super Rugby Aotearoa, to be played by New Zealand's five teams, will begin on June 13.
New Zealand's five Super Rugby teams are on track to return to action amid the coronavirus pandemic.
SANZAAR chief executive Andy Marinos has described reports over potential alternatives to Super Rugby as "merely speculative."
With Super Rugby suspended and teams facing losses of revenue, New Zealand Rugby's chief executive is confident it can manage the crisis.