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PostPosted: Mon May 18, 2015 2:27 pm 
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(Stormers needs a win to achieve an Australian S15 grand slam)


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PostPosted: Mon May 18, 2015 2:35 pm 
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All to play for in the last 4 matches. Couldn't ask for a better finish. Bulls, Lions, and Stormers all still in it. Bulls had a chance to open up a bit of space between them and the Stormers...

Stormers run in:
Rebels (H)
Cheetahs (H) - doubt we'll take them easy again :x
Lions (H)
Sharks (A)

All winnable matches but as we know, anything can happen in the derby match. Looking for to the finish either way. :thumbup:


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All to play for in the last 4 matches. Couldn't ask for a better finish. Bulls, Lions, and Stormers all still in it. Bulls had a chance to open up a bit of space between them and the Stormers...

Stormers run in:
Rebels (H)
Cheetahs (H) - doubt we'll take them easy again :x
Lions (H)
Sharks (A)

All winnable matches but as we know, anything can happen in the derby match. Looking for to the finish either way. :thumbup:

We should be able to take 3 out of 4 really. With the Bulls losing their easy game of the tour and tough games ahead, we might not need to win a lot, but that will leave us in 3 place and an away semi if we get that far.


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All to play for in the last 4 matches. Couldn't ask for a better finish. Bulls, Lions, and Stormers all still in it. Bulls had a chance to open up a bit of space between them and the Stormers...

Stormers run in:
Rebels (H)
Cheetahs (H) - doubt we'll take them easy again :x
Lions (H)
Sharks (A)

All winnable matches but as we know, anything can happen in the derby match. Looking for to the finish either way. :thumbup:

We should be able to take 3 out of 4 really. With the Bulls losing their easy game of the tour and tough games ahead, we might not need to win a lot, but that will leave us in 3 place and an away semi if we get that far.


I expect 4 wins, anything else should be considered a failure. However, I won't be surprised with a loss to any of the next 4 either. All still very much open imo. A few kiwi teams still in the running (don't be surprised with a late Saders surge). 2nd is still a realistic goal for us.

That Cheetahs loss really screwed us though.


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saffer13 wrote:
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All to play for in the last 4 matches. Couldn't ask for a better finish. Bulls, Lions, and Stormers all still in it. Bulls had a chance to open up a bit of space between them and the Stormers...

Stormers run in:
Rebels (H)
Cheetahs (H) - doubt we'll take them easy again :x
Lions (H)
Sharks (A)

All winnable matches but as we know, anything can happen in the derby match. Looking for to the finish either way. :thumbup:

We should be able to take 3 out of 4 really. With the Bulls losing their easy game of the tour and tough games ahead, we might not need to win a lot, but that will leave us in 3 place and an away semi if we get that far.


I expect 4 wins, anything else should be considered a failure. However, I won't be surprised with a loss to any of the next 4 either. All still very much open imo. A few kiwi teams still in the running (don't be surprised with a late Saders surge). 2nd is still a realistic goal for us.

That Cheetahs loss really screwed us though.


I'm still angry about that loss. We just never pitched for the game.


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Looking forward to possibly seeing a Lleyds/Senatla/Kolbe back three :thumbup:


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Can't see Rebels winning this but as long as they give it a good crack, I'll be happy.


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Can't see Rebels winning this but as long as they give it a good crack, I'll be happy.


Hoping the Stormers finally find some attack and score a few tries.


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Can't see Rebels winning this but as long as they give it a good crack, I'll be happy.


Hoping the Stormers finally find some attack and score a few tries.


Dream on :((


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The rebels have quite a good following in the Cape.


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saffer13 wrote:
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Can't see Rebels winning this but as long as they give it a good crack, I'll be happy.


Hoping the Stormers finally find some attack and score a few tries.


Dream on :((


I know :(


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No major/new injury concerns:

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The full Stormers injury report on Monday:

- Wing Johnny Kotze (ankle stiffness) took part in the morning session on Monday but sat out the afternoon session. He is not in doubt for this weekend.

- Flank Michael Rhodes missed training with a cold but will hopefully join team training soon as he nears his comeback from a hamstring injury.

- Centre Jaco Taute will play Vodacom Cup rugby (Western Province are in the semi-finals) as his comeback from a knee injury continues to gather momentum. He has now played two games in a row for WP.

- Wing Kobus van Wyk (knee) is still on track for the Lions match, having started pitch-side running on Monday.


http://www.sport24.co.za/Rugby/Super15/Stormers-No-major-injury-concerns-20150518


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The rebels have quite a good following in the Cape.


:shock: That's news to me!


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Club Warehouse Injury Report

Sefanaia Naivalu is the only player on this week’s Club Warehouse Injury Report, the rookie RaboDirect Rebels back facing a test before being declared fit to play against the Stormers in Cape Town this Sunday morning (Australian time).

Naivalu suffered a head knock against the Reds on Friday night in Brisbane, and will follow concussion protocols this week.

Rebels’ Head of Athletic Performance Bryce Cavanagh said that as always, the Club will put Sefa’s welfare first.

“Sefa copped a knock whilst in the action of tackling on Friday, and reported some symptoms consistent with concussion,” Cavanagh said. “His wellbeing is our number one priority, and while we will give him every opportunity to be available for selection we will also ensure he is only declared fit if we are 100% confident that he is good to go.”

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Visit www.clubwarehouse.com.au for your complete solution to all of your sports medical and physio requirements.


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Match Stormers v Rebels @ DHL Newlands, Cape Town
Date Saturday 23 May 2015
Kick-Off 19:10 local, 03:10* AEST, 05:10* NZST
Referee Stuart Berry
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AR1 Quinton Immelman
AR2 Rodney Boneparte
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At least we know what to expect from Berry?

If Trance thinks the Rebels will lose then we're really in trouble.


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Strongest Stormers team to play Rebels

DHL Stormers coach Allister Coetzee has confirmed that he will be selecting both Duane Vermeulen and Schalk Burger for Saturday’s important Vodacom Super Rugby clash with the Rebels at Newlands.

Both players are due for varying amounts of rest as per the rest agreement struck between the South African Rugby Union and franchise chief executives at the start of the year, and it was assumed that this might be a game where Coetzee would do it. Vermeulen has already rested three games and is due to sit out one more, while Burger has two stipulated rest games and he hasn’t been rested yet.

“Obviously it means that Schalk will have to sit out two of the three games that will come after this, and Duane will have to sit out one, but we have decided that against the Rebels we want the strongest possible team,” said Coetzee.

http://www.supersport.com/rugby/super-rugby/news/150519/Strongest_Stormers_team_to_play_Rebels


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Strongest Stormers team to play Rebels

DHL Stormers coach Allister Coetzee has confirmed that he will be selecting both Duane Vermeulen and Schalk Burger for Saturday’s important Vodacom Super Rugby clash with the Rebels at Newlands.

Both players are due for varying amounts of rest as per the rest agreement struck between the South African Rugby Union and franchise chief executives at the start of the year, and it was assumed that this might be a game where Coetzee would do it. Vermeulen has already rested three games and is due to sit out one more, while Burger has two stipulated rest games and he hasn’t been rested yet.

“Obviously it means that Schalk will have to sit out two of the three games that will come after this, and Duane will have to sit out one, but we have decided that against the Rebels we want the strongest possible team,” said Coetzee.

http://www.supersport.com/rugby/super-rugby/news/150519/Strongest_Stormers_team_to_play_Rebels



So much for Carr and kolisi being Springbok standard.
Although I have to admit that Schalk is performing way above any expectations I had of him and is in the same form he was in before he stopped playing and would get my nod for the bok squad.


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Sards wrote:
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Strongest Stormers team to play Rebels

DHL Stormers coach Allister Coetzee has confirmed that he will be selecting both Duane Vermeulen and Schalk Burger for Saturday’s important Vodacom Super Rugby clash with the Rebels at Newlands.

Both players are due for varying amounts of rest as per the rest agreement struck between the South African Rugby Union and franchise chief executives at the start of the year, and it was assumed that this might be a game where Coetzee would do it. Vermeulen has already rested three games and is due to sit out one more, while Burger has two stipulated rest games and he hasn’t been rested yet.

“Obviously it means that Schalk will have to sit out two of the three games that will come after this, and Duane will have to sit out one, but we have decided that against the Rebels we want the strongest possible team,” said Coetzee.

http://www.supersport.com/rugby/super-rugby/news/150519/Strongest_Stormers_team_to_play_Rebels



So much for Carr and kolisi being Springbok standard.
Although I have to admit that Schalk is performing way above any expectations I had of him and is in the same form he was in before he stopped playing and would get my nod for the bok squad.


Well of course Vermeulen is better than Carr and Burger is better than Kolisi. It would be madness to suggest otherwise. Carr and Kolisi are valuable squad members though and will start a few games when the incumbents are rested or injured. We are also blessed that a lot of our backrowers cover a number of positions in the backrow. Schalk can play with Kolisi or Carr.


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ElementFreak wrote:
Match Stormers v Rebels @ DHL Newlands, Cape Town
Date Saturday 23 May 2015
Kick-Off 19:10 local, 03:10* AEST, 05:10* NZST
Referee Stuart Berry
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AR2 Rodney Boneparte
TMO Deon van Blommestein


Done and dusted, boys.

The five points are in the bag.


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PostPosted: Tue May 19, 2015 9:26 am 
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Rinkals wrote:
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Match Stormers v Rebels @ DHL Newlands, Cape Town
Date Saturday 23 May 2015
Kick-Off 19:10 local, 03:10* AEST, 05:10* NZST
Referee Stuart Berry
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AR1 Quinton Immelman
AR2 Rodney Boneparte
TMO Deon van Blommestein


Done and dusted, boys.

The five points are in the bag.


:lol:

Thats a beautiful gold watch there Mr Berry!


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Stormers should just pick him on the bench and not use him. Go for a 5-3 split and just hope to use to back subs. Having him available for teh last few matches and possible playoffs would be great.

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Cape Town - Stormers coach Allister Coetzee is set to meet with returning Blitzbok star Seabelo Senatla on Tuesday before officially ruling him out of consideration for Saturday’s important Super Rugby clash with the Rebels at Newlands.

The supersport.com website reports that Senatla was part of the national sevens squad that ended second in the recent HSBC World Series, and is expected back in the country on Tuesday after competing in tournaments in Scotland and London over the past two weekends.

Coetzee is eager to engage Senatla in the business end of the Super Rugby season, and is working with Western Province director of rugby Gert Smal in trying to establish what the protocols are regarding Senatla’s availability for the play-offs.

According to the official SANZAR ruling a new player has to play four league matches before qualifying to play in the Finals Series.

With the Stormers having four more league matches left on their schedule, that would mean Senatla has to play against the Rebels.


However as Senatla was on the Stormers squad list at the start of the season, Coetzee believes there could be some leeway, and that was what he was trying to establish.

Coetzee is reluctant to push Senatla into action in the match against the Rebels as the Blitzbokke medical staff have advised the Stormers doctor that he is suffering from a slight hemaetoma on a thigh muscle.

"The call on Seabelo will be a medical call," said Coetzee on Monday afternoon.

"At the moment I don’t know his mental or physical state.

"I haven’t spoken to him. I will meet with him and discuss it with him tomorrow (Tuesday) once he has arrived back in Cape Town.

"Ideally I would like to give him off until next week, offer him a rest chance.

"But we would like him to be available for the knock-outs. I don’t want to push him into action if he is injured, so we need to find out what the SANZAR requirements are.

"What I can say is that if he is not the full Seabelo, in other words if he is only 80% fit and is carrying an injury, then I can’t consider him regardless of how much I might want to.

"Of course it would be nice to have his X-factor available to us if he is fit, so if when I meet with him he convinces me he is 100% and is eager to play, then there is an outside chance he could be considered for the Rebels game.

"It would all depend on our conversation tomorrow.

"In the meantime Gert is trying to establish exactly what the SANZAR requirements are.

"Seabelo isn't a new player who played for another 15-man team while the Super Rugby season was going. He was playing for the national sevens team. That might make a difference."

Coetzee said there was no doubt about Senatla’s fitness to play 80 minutes of rugby, it just hinged on whether he was carrying any kind of injury, and whether he was mentally ready to be drafted straight back into the Super Rugby environment.

Senatla was a key member of the WP team that won the Currie Cup last year but he holds a dual contract with WP and SA Rugby and is committed to playing for the national sevens team through until the 2016 Olympics in Rio.


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Rinkals wrote:
ElementFreak wrote:
Match Stormers v Rebels @ DHL Newlands, Cape Town
Date Saturday 23 May 2015
Kick-Off 19:10 local, 03:10* AEST, 05:10* NZST
Referee Stuart Berry
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AR1 Quinton Immelman
AR2 Rodney Boneparte
TMO Deon van Blommestein


Done and dusted, boys.

The five points are in the bag.

:lol: :lol:

:((


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Just can't see how the Stormers won't win this by 20+.


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Just can't see how the Stormers won't win this by 20+.

Kiss of death.


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Stormers by 50.


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Stormers by 50.

Kom ons hoop so.


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Any news on Senatla? They said they'd announce it yesterday and he mentioned he was ready but had to have a physical done first.


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Two uncapped Rebels are in contention to make their debut during the Club’s tour of South Africa, after Head Coach Tony McGahan named his travelling party ahead of tomorrow’s departure.

Japanese international prop Keita Inagaki and winger Cam Crawford, a 2014 Super Rugby winner with the Waratahs, are rewarded for strong form in the Direct Connect Dewar Shield and are among the 27 players named.

They join the matchday 23 from Friday’s Round 14 match against the Reds in Brisbane, as well as Co-Captain Scott Fuglistaller and lock Sam Jeffries.

The Rebels play the Stormers in Cape Town (3:10am, Sunday 24th May AEST) and Sharks in Durban (3:10am, Saturday 30th May AEST) whilst in South Africa.

Rebels’ touring squad to South Africa, May 2015:

Forwards:
Paul Alo-Emile
Cruze Ah-Nau
Colby Fainga’a
Scott Fuglistaller
Scott Higginbotham
Keita Inagaki
Sam Jeffries
Luke Jones
Pat Leafa
Sean McMahon
Cadeyrn Neville
Jordy Reid
Tom Sexton
Toby Smith
Lopeti Timani
Laurie Weeks

Backs:
Luke Burgess
Cam Crawford
Jack Debreczeni
Tamati Ellison
Tom English
Mike Harris
Bryce Hegarty
Mitch Inman
Sefanaia Naivalu
Dom Shipperley
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Cam Crawford will become the 84th player to represent the RaboDirect Rebels after he was named to start against the Stormers in Round Fifteen of the 2015 Asteron Life Super Rugby season.

Cruze Ah-Nau will make his first start of 2015 at loosehead prop after featuring off the bench in every match this season, while Tom English returns to the starting lineup on the left wing.

Dom Shipperley will again play outside centre, after playing there against the Blues at AAMI Park in Round 13, while Japanese International prop Keita Inagaki is named on a Super Rugby bench for the first time and could become the third Japanese international to represent the Rebels.

Rebels’ Coach Tony McGahan was forced into three changes to his starting lineup, as Tamati Ellison (groin), Sefanaia Naivalu (concussion) and Toby Smith (back) miss out, but flanker Scott Fuglistaller returns to the starting lineup in Cape Town.

Rebels team vs. Stormers, Newlands Stadium Cape Town, Sunday 24th May 3:10am (AEST)

1. Cruze Ah-Nau (Rebel #59, 23 Rebels Caps)
2. Pat Leafa (Rebel #57, 30 Rebels Caps)
3. Paul Alo-Emile (Rebel #44, 47 Rebels Caps)
4. Luke Jones (Rebel #32, 57 Rebels Caps)
5. Lopeti Timani (Rebel #69, 13 Rebels Caps)
6. Sean McMahon (Rebel #62, 24 Rebels Caps)
7. Scott Fuglistaller (Rebel #45, 42 Rebels Caps)
8. Scott Higginbotham (Rebel #46, 41 Rebels Caps, Captain)

9. Nic Stirzaker (Rebel #38, 35 Rebels Caps)
10. Jack Debreczeni (Rebel #71, 16 Rebels Caps)
11. Tom English (Rebel #50, 37 Rebels Caps)
12. Mitch Inman (Rebel #35, 54 Rebels Caps)
13. Dom Shipperley (Rebel #75, 9 Rebels Caps)
14. Cam Crawford (Uncapped)
15. Mike Harris (Rebel #76, 11 Rebels Caps)

Reserves:
16. Tom Sexton (Rebel #81, 4 Rebels Caps)
17. Keita Inagaki (Uncapped)
18. Laurie Weeks (Rebel #19, 60 Rebels Caps)
19. Cadeyrn Neville (Rebel #42, 47 Rebels Caps)
20. Jordy Reid (Rebel #51, 19 Rebels Caps)
21. Colby Fainga’a (Rebel #65, 27 Rebels Caps)
22. Luke Burgess (Rebel #56, 25 Rebels Caps)
23. Bryce Hegarty (Rebel #54, 29 Rebels Caps)


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Any news on Senatla? They said they'd announce it yesterday and he mentioned he was ready but had to have a physical done first.

Got contracted by the Sharks.


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Almost the strongest team we can put out. Other than Schreuder it's the best backline we have now with Senatla back.

Carizza still sticking around and Koch still not starting though. Happy with Malherbe as well though, good problem to have. Happy with the team. :thumbup:


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The DHL Stormers team to face the Rebels (home) is as follows:

15. Cheslin Kolbe
14. Seabelo Senatla
13. Juan de Jongh (vice-captain)
12. Damian de Allende
11. Dillyn Leyds
10. Demetri Catrakilis
9. Louis Schreuder
8. Duane Vermeulen (captain)
7. Siya Kolisi
6. Schalk Burger
5. Manuel Carizza
4. Eben Etzebeth
3. Frans Malherbe
2. Scarra Ntubeni
1. Steven Kitshoff

Replacements:
16. Bongi Mbonambi
17. Ali Vermaak
18. Vincent Koch
19. Jean Kleyn
20. Nizaam Carr
21. Nic Groom
22. Kurt Coleman
23. Huw Jones


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And Rhodes should be back next week I think. Is Ruan Botha injured? Squad depth is looking good.

Now if we can just put it together on the field.


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Can we just for once put together a great team performance and score some f*ck tries.


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five pointer in the bag.


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Can we just for once put together a great team performance and score some f*ck tries.


This.


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Stormers are due for a good game and hopefully this is the week We need to build some confidence in our attacking ability if we are to progress in this competition.


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five pointer in the bag.


I'm afraid so especially with the help from saffer ref.


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Stormers are due for a good game and hopefully this is the week We need to build some confidence in our attacking ability if we are to progress in this competition.


Problem is we're usually slow out the blocks after a bye.


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