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PostPosted: Sun Mar 15, 2015 11:19 pm 
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Friday 20th March @ 19h40 local time

AAMI Park, Melbourne

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Capacity: 29,500

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Min 14 Max 18 Partly cloudy. Slight (20%) chance of a shower. Winds west to southwesterly 15 to 20 km/h tending south to southwesterly 15 to 25 km/h during the day.


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Location Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Ground(s) AAMI Park (Capacity: 29,500)
Coach(es) Tony McGahan
Captain(s) Scott Higginbotham
Most caps Laurie Weeks(56)
Top scorer Jason Woodward (205)
Log position: 9th
Wins: 2 from 4

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Location Johannesburg, South Africa
Region Johannesburg
North West
Mpumalanga
Ground(s) Emirates Airline Park (Capacity: 59,611)
Coach(es) Johan Ackermann
Captain(s) Warren Whiteley
Most caps Derick Minnie 59
Top scorer Elton Jantjies 295
Log position: 13th
Wins: 1 from 5

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Referee Mike Fraser
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AR1 Rohan Hoffmann
AR2 Will Houston
TMO James Leckie

History:

Played: 2
Rebels: 0
Lions: 2

Last 2:
2014 - Lions 34 Rebels 17 - Johannesburg
2012 - Lions 37 Rebels 32 - Johannesburg


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 15, 2015 11:24 pm 
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Rebels by 10+


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 16, 2015 1:43 am 
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You would hope so.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 16, 2015 2:07 am 
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Nice thread :thumbup:

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Most caps: Derick Minnie 59
Top scorer Elton Jantjies 295


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 16, 2015 2:31 am 
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Jensrsa wrote:
Nice thread :thumbup:

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Most caps: Derick Minnie 59
Top scorer Elton Jantjies 295

Thanks for the info.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 16, 2015 3:34 am 
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RaboDirect Melbourne Rebels merchandise will be available to purchase on Friday night from multiple locations.

On the external forecourt area at Entrance F (close to Goschs Paddock).
Level 1 inside the stadium on the East side of the ground
Level 1 inside the stadium on the West side of the ground
Please show your 2015 membership card at the stand for a 10% discount.

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Tickets for this match are available via ticketing agency Ticketek. Click here to buy tickets or phone Ph: 132 849

Public Transport:

Public parking is limited within the AAMI Park precinct so please consider public transport to attend all Rebels matches.

For information on how to use public transport to access AAMI Park, please click on the following link: http://www.aamipark.com.au/arriving-and ... transport/

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If you are one of the few members who have not received their membership card or pack, don't stress you have the ability to download and print your own ticket for the game on Friday.

This is a temporary measure until your season pass arrives.

If you are experiencing difficulty downloading your ticket, or have any further questions please call the membership team on 1300 467 353. This line will be open until 5pm Thursday 19th March.

Enquiries on match day

If you have any enquiries on match day, you can get help at:

Membership Marquee located on the forecourt from 5:30pm.

Ticket Window 31-32 at Entrance E.

Staff will be available to answer your questions until 10 mins into the first half.

Members only – Bring a friend for a dollar ticket offer

Registrations close Midday Thursday 19th March. To redeem your ticket and make your donation, please visit the Membership Marquee located on the forecourt at AAMI Park from 5:30pm on Friday.

Weary Dunlop collections

Weary Dunlop members who have not yet received their membership or need to collect a pre-purchased guest pass should head to the ticket collection point at the Weary entrance at Gate 4.

Silver Stars membership access

Silver Stars members have access to the silver and general admission areas within the stadium. A Silver Stars exclusive member section will be reserved in Section 2. Please show your 2015 member card to the attendant at this section for access.

To redeem a Silver Stars Guest Pass, please present your membership card at the AAMI Park Ticketek Box Office on Friday.

Blue member upgrade

Blue GA members who would like to upgrade to a Gold or Platinum reserved seat for the game on Friday night can simply pay the difference at the Ticketek windows on the concourse and Entrance E & F.

Members post match function
Weary Dunlop, Platinum and Silver Stars members are invited to attend the post match function in the Weary Dunlop function room on Level 2 following the completion of the match.

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1) entry point to this event is now the southern stairwell on the Eastern side of AAMI Park, as opposed to the northern stairwell as has previously been the case.
2) there is no Silver or Blue Member access to the post match function for this game.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 16, 2015 4:50 am 
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Lions 1st trip to Melbourne?

Were they still the Cats in 2011?


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 16, 2015 4:56 am 
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Lions 1st trip to Melbourne?

Yup. They would have been one of their two gaps in the draw.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 16, 2015 5:02 am 
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Lions 1st trip to Melbourne?

Yup. They would have been one of their two gaps in the draw.

Oooo pressure of the most liveable city in the world!

Rebels by 20!


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 16, 2015 7:05 am 
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I expect an upset here.
Lions by plenty.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 16, 2015 10:05 am 
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Referee Mike Fraser
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AR1 Rohan Hoffmann
AR2 Will Houston
TMO James Leckie


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 17, 2015 4:03 am 
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IT’S a serious violation of the front-rower’s code never to say anything complimentary about backs but prop Laurie Weeks believes Mike Harris’s recruitment has been a godsend for the Melbourne Rebels this season.

Weeks cannot hope to excuse himself on the grounds he and Harris are old friends from the Queensland Reds. As it happened, he moved from Ballymore to Melbourne just as Harris was arriving late in 2010.

QRU officials must be blushing several shades of red at their decision to cut Harris and winger Dom Shipperley last year to make room under their salary cap for Karmichael Hunt, who so far has brought them nothing but grief, but certainly the Rebels were delighted at being able to pick up such high-quality recruits.

Shipperley has made an impressive return from a shattered ankle but it has been Harris who to a large degree has been responsible for the Rebels starting their season so impressively, beating the Crusaders and the Western Force and losing narrowly to the Waratahs and Brumbies. Playing mostly at fullback but stepping into the playmaking role at five-eighth whenever Jack Debrec­zeni has been injured, Harris has coolly kept the Rebels aligned to coach Tony McGahan’s direct, uncomplicated game plan.

“The recruitment of Harris has been phenomenal,” Weeks said. “He just has such a calming influence on the team. You notice it when you’re out there, what a calm air there is. He’s been great, either at 15 or 10.”

He has been great, too, off the kicking tee, landing 17 goals from 22 so far this season. While the Force kept constantly kicking to the corners on Friday night, Harris kept kicking for the posts. It might not have made for riveting rugby but in the end, with the try-count finishing at two apiece, it was Harris’s three penalty goals that made the difference in the Rebels’ 21-17 victory.

The Brumbies might be the most consistent of the Australian teams so far but the Rebels would surely rank second. “Even when we lost to the Brumbies and Tahs, we showed that when we’re not 100 per cent on our game, we’re not that far off,” said Weeks.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 17, 2015 5:28 am 
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 visitors managed to score just two penalties over the 80 minutes, but a retreating scrum and a few soft moments allowed the Crusaders to cross the whitewash on four occasions. Otherwise, it wasn’t the worst performance by the Lions.

In fact, Ackermann’s men dominated their more illustrious opponents in a number of areas. The Lions had more ball carries (106 to 98), beat more defenders (21 to nine) and conceded just 16 turn-overs to the 20 of the Crusaders. Also, the Lions missed just nine tackles in the game; the Crusaders missed 21. The Lions though won just 44 percent of their scrums (four out of nine); the Crusaders won 90 percent (nine out of 10).

“We were out-passioned,” said Lions skipper Warren Whiteley afterwards. “The Crusaders played with great intensity and their will to win was greater than ours.”

The Crusaders went into the game on the back of a heavy defeat



Hometown ref. Nothing else to it


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 17, 2015 6:30 am 
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Hometown ref. Nothing else to it


Apart from that only penalty shocker and "forcing" Shorty Redelinghuys to scrum higher the Lions were outscrummed which lead to most of the Saders points


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 17, 2015 6:52 am 
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A few changes.

Interesting to see Elton Jantjies at 12

Lions: 15. Jaco van der Walt, 14. Sampie Mastriet, 13. Lionel Mapoe, 12. Elton Jantjies, 11. Courtnall Skosan, 10. Marnitz Boshoff, 9. Faf de Klerk, 8. Warren Whiteley (captain), 7. Warwick Tecklenburg, 6. Derick Minnie, 5. Franco Mostert, 4. Robert Kruger, 3. Ruan Dreyer, 2. Armand van der Merwe, 1. Schalk van der Merwe

Substitutes: 16. Robbie Coetzee, 17. Corne Fourie, 18. Julian Redelinghuys, 19. Andries Ferreira, 20. Jaco Kriel, 21. Ross Cronje, 22. Harold Vorster, 23. Andries Coetzee


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 17, 2015 6:55 am 
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I would have thought the Lions would put out their strongest team for this, must be their best chance of a win on tour.

Quite impressed with Andries Coetzee so far.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 17, 2015 7:16 am 
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Weird that Ackers went with what is largely an experimental line-up. The lack of tryscoring by the Lions might have motivated the changes but losing a winnable match because of this will be very frustrating


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Quite impressed with Andries Coetzee so far.


He did well but with both him and Jantjies left footers it limited kicking option from within the Lions 22

Three flyhalves in the starting line-up, two right footers, will be interesting


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 17, 2015 8:25 am 
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clashes with Hurricanes v Highlanders so unable to attend this one.

There must be some sort of Cabal action at one of the games soonish, or is it going to have to wait until after the Cricket Final?


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 17, 2015 8:31 am 
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Very interesting. Going to kick the leather off the ball


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There is no doubt the Lions were disappointed in their performance against the Crusaders, but Ackermann said his selections were definitely not a knee jerk reaction to the loss.

“A guy like Derick and Hond (Schalk van der Merwe) have both toured for two weeks with us and had little or no game time,” Ackermann explained.

“Robert Kruger didn’t play and Courtnall and Jaco van der Walt both haven’t played for a while. We’re in week three and we need that extra energy to lift the side this week.

“The guys who haven’t played have been training hard, and we feel they will bring the hunger to the side and lift them in the process. We also said we would give everyone a run in the tour – at some stage I’ve also got to give Franco Mostert a rest. Ross (Cronje) gets his rest now and obviously we’re testing that combination of Bossie and Elton at 10/12 with the left and right footed combination.”

Ackermann said he expected a lot from the two flyhalves and hoped they would complement each other both on attack and defence.

“Elton and Bossie both look so good in the practices and if you think how things have worked for other teams – an Andrew Mehrtens and Dan Carter for instance, and Butch James and Frans Steyn. We have Harold on the bench so we feel we are covered in that respect.

“Elton looks so good on attack, and he is a distributor. He is another decision-maker. Hopefully it will work for us both on defence and on attack.”


http://www.supersport.com/rugby/super-rugby/news/150317/Lions_ring_the_changes


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MELBOURNE coach Tony McGahan has a simple antidote to the raging market confidence suggesting the Rebels will win successive games for the first time in two years - he disagrees with it.
Rated a TAB $1.30 chance to topple the Lions ($3.50) at AAMI Park on Friday night, the Rebels will start favourite for the first time in five matches this season.
After posting wins in Christchurch over the Crusaders and Perth against Western Force, Melbourne is back on their home patch searching for another scalp.
Asked if the Rebels faced a danger game because they are hosting the 13th-placed Lions (one win from five matches), McGahan said Melbourne had no pretensions.

“The easy thing for us is that we don’t have the ability to ease off in any game,” he said.
“Every game is a danger game for us.
“Other sides who are travelling really well and consistently over a long period of time they have those opportunities to look out and look down for bogey sides.
“It’s easy for us, every side is a bogey side for us.”
The Rebels are on Thursday expected to name an unchanged team following the 21-17 win in Perth.
There are concerns, however, over the fitness of flyhalf Jack Debreczeni and forward Lopeti Timani (concussion).
Lions head coach Johan Ackermann has named Elton Janties in the centres in a recast outfit.
Faf de Klerk will start at scrumhalf, combining with Marnitz Boshoff at flyhalf.
Originally published as In-form Rebels not getting ahead of themselves


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Potential banana skin for the Rebels here.


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Yep. Hopefully we just stick to our ball retention and attacking style of game we have done so far, each game we have had the lion's share of the possession.

Team will probably be the same seeing as the following are playing in the Dewar Shield at the weekend:
Ben Meehan
Radike Samo
Tim Metcher
Tom Kingston
Jed Gillespie
Jordy Reid
Telusa Veainu
Cam Crawford


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English has played three shit games in a row. Barely deserves to be on the bench. Hopefully Sefa gets the start.


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 19, 2015 4:09 am 
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Dumbledore wrote:
English has played three shit games in a row. Barely deserves to be on the bench. Hopefully Sefa gets the start.


Disagree, he's been average, not poor

I can recall at least 3 times where he ran a good support line on a linebreak and wasn't passed the ball. I really like his instincts

Rebs play their best when they just knuckle down and play direct, which is fucking weird to say considering the last couple years. Our defence and our pack has become our biggest asset? what the fuck?

Less chatter about ramming McGahan with foreign objects I see


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Not sure what to expect from the Lions rejigged side but the Lions have been unable to finish off opportunities so far this season and unless that changes another loss is certain.

Lions scrums should be much better than against the Saders and it will depend on how the new backline shapes up.


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 19, 2015 7:15 am 
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RaboDirect Rebels squad to face Lions, 7:30pm (AEDT) Friday March 20th, AAMI Park

1. Toby Smith (Rebel #60, 17 Rebels Caps)

2. Pat Leafa (Rebel #57, 22 Rebels Caps)

3. Laurie Weeks (Rebel #19, 57 Rebels Caps)

4. Luke Jones (Rebel #32, 50 Rebels Caps)

5. Lopeti Timani (Rebel #69, 6 Rebels Caps)

6. Sean McMahon (Rebel #62, 17 Rebels Caps)

7. Scott Fuglistaller (Rebel #45, 36 Rebels Caps)

8. Scott Higginbotham (Rebel #46, 37 Rebels Caps, Captain)

9. Nic Stirzaker (Rebel #38, 27 Rebels Caps)

10. Mike Harris (Rebel #76, 4 Rebels Caps)

11. Tom English (Rebel #50, 30 Rebels Caps)

12. Mitch Inman (Rebel #35, 48 Rebels Caps)

13. Tamati Ellison (Rebel #62, 19 Rebels Caps)

14. Dom Shipperley (Rebel #75, 4 Rebels Caps)

15. Jonah Placid (0 Rebels Caps)* Super Rugby debut

Reserves:

16. Tom Sexton (0 Rebels Caps)#

17. Cruze Ah-Nau (Rebel #59, 15 Rebels Caps)

18. Paul Alo-Emile (Rebel #44, 39 Rebels Caps)

19. Steve Cummins (Rebel #79, 1 Rebels Cap)

20. Colby Fainga’a (Rebel #65, 19 Rebels Caps)

21. Luke Burgess (Rebel #56, 20 Rebels Caps)

22. Bryce Hegarty (Rebel #54, 25 Rebels Caps)

23. Sefanaia Naivalu (Rebel #77, 4 Rebels Caps)


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I have a feeling this is going to be a high scoring match.


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kearnstar wrote:
Dumbledore wrote:
English has played three shit games in a row. Barely deserves to be on the bench. Hopefully Sefa gets the start.


Disagree, he's been average, not poor

I can recall at least 3 times where he ran a good support line on a linebreak and wasn't passed the ball. I really like his instincts

Rebs play their best when they just knuckle down and play direct, which is fucking weird to say considering the last couple years. Our defence and our pack has become our biggest asset? what the fuck?

Less chatter about ramming McGahan with foreign objects I see

He's been invisible rather than a liability, I'll give you that. For whatever reason Sefa is far, far, more involved and is having a bigger impact whenever he's been given a chance.

Totally agree on the defence/pack though. The play leading up to Mikey Mike's try against the Force was a thing of beauty.

And yes, McGahan seems to have them playing to a level of competency that was pretty much unimaginable after last season.


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Dumbledore wrote:
kearnstar wrote:
Dumbledore wrote:
English has played three shit games in a row. Barely deserves to be on the bench. Hopefully Sefa gets the start.


Disagree, he's been average, not poor

I can recall at least 3 times where he ran a good support line on a linebreak and wasn't passed the ball. I really like his instincts

Rebs play their best when they just knuckle down and play direct, which is fucking weird to say considering the last couple years. Our defence and our pack has become our biggest asset? what the fuck?

Less chatter about ramming McGahan with foreign objects I see

He's been invisible rather than a liability, I'll give you that. For whatever reason Sefa is far, far, more involved and is having a bigger impact whenever he's been given a chance.

Totally agree on the defence/pack though. The play leading up to Mikey Mike's try against the Force was a thing of beauty.

And yes, McGahan seems to have them playing to a level of competency that was pretty much unimaginable after last season.


Well that's pretty normal considering last year was his first year with Rebels. I am happy with the direction Rebels are heading. Still there's a lot of improvement to be made.


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So who is heading down tonight?


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Can't. Got a charity thing I'm supposed to be running :x

If you boys could run some commentary through here that would be awesome. The live trackers are hopeless.


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Timani you beauty! :thumbup:


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Timani, Harris and Inman putting themselves up for Wobs selection.


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Rebels 13 - 0
14 minute mark.

2 tries - Placid, Inman


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Can't. Got a charity thing I'm supposed to be running :x

If you boys could run some commentary through here that would be awesome. The live trackers are hopeless.


13-0 to Rebs after 13 mins.


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Rebels player comes in from the side , gets messy....penalty Rebels and try......homer ref again


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But Lions are awefull.......


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Rebels players collapses....scrum reset???


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