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Super Rugby | Melbourne
09:40 (GMT) | 08-05-2015
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The conversion brings the game to FULL-TIME.
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Harris adds the extra tow points to extend the lead.
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Rebels with a big shove and they win a penalty. Debreczeni clears for touch, and the Rebels secure the line-out, but it is not straight. Blues opt for a scrum and Hickey plays wide to Nanai Vai. Pleasents then makes a break down the touchline. rebels make a turnover through Reid. rebels attack wide and Shipperley shrugs off a defender and plays Debreczeni inside and he jogs over the line for a try.
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Rebels win the ball back and Hegarty kicks for touch. The Blues take a quick line-out but it is a forward pass after that giving the Rebels a scrum.
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8 phases for the Blues as they make their way into the 22m. Bekhuis carries forward and Ioane makes some yards and are 5m out. But a loose pass from Northcott goes into touch bringing the play to an end. Rebels have a line-out. Debreczeni's clearence doesn't find touch and the Blues are attacking again through Hickey and Gibson-Park.
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Harris kicks deep from the restart and West replies with a touch finder on halfway. Rebels secure the line-out and Burgess plays wide. Ioane makes an intercept and the Blues have the ball.
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Harris from the corner... converts the extra 2 points
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Big hang-time from the kick as Shipperly comes away with the ball and beats a defender and runs over for the try.
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West misses his first conversion for the day.
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Hickey takes it flat from the scrum and the Blues are inches out. Moala picks and goes from the ruck and forces his way over the line pumping his legs for a try.
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The Blues are in the 22m of the Rebels looking dangerous as Gibson-Park dodges tackles looking for off-loads. Ioane finds the ball but he is held up over the line for a Blues 5m scrum.
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West puts it high after the scrum and the Rebels have possession. The Ref awards a scrum to the Rebels from the ruck as they were going forward. Rebels win the scrum and are looking to run it out before they put it to the boot, and the Blues reply with a kick of their own. Debreczeni eventually puts it out not gaining too much ground and the Blues have a line-out on the Rebels 10m.
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Rebels string some phases together but the Blues defence is solid and they hold up Shipperly to win the scrum.
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Debreczeni kicks for touch right from the kick-off and the Blues have a line-out on their own 10m, which they secure and play wide. Rebels have turned it over.
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Harris is spot on with the kick as he raises the flags.
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Timani makes a break down the middle ans he offloads to Inman. The rebels are 5m out and they receive a penalty. Harris will take a shot at goal.
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Jones claims the restart and Debreczeni puts a kick in, the Blues reply with a kick of their own. The Rebels playing ball on halfway but the Blues defence stands strong with some big hits. Slow ball for the rebels as they exhaust the left and right.
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Harris extends the lead with the conversion.
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Rebels are back in the Blues half as read makes a strong carry. Debreczeni plays an inside ball to Jones and they inch closer. Higginbotham picks and goes from the ruck and powers his way over for a try, becoming the forward with the most tries in Super Rugby history.
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West adds another conversion from the corner.
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The Blues backline is split. Gibson-Park goes himself and Read makes a turnover on Li. Rebels clear for touch. The Blues have a line-out. They receive a penalty from the line-out and Gibson-Park takes it quickly as the Blues spread it wide to Saili. The Blues are 5m out and Gibson-Park dives over in the corner for a try.
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Moala crashes forward from the scrum and Gibson-Park box-kicks. Shipperly spills a pass forward and the Blues get an attacking scrum in the centre of the field on the 22m.
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Rebels have made their way into the Blues 22m early, as Debreczeni switches with Read and he carries hard. Stirzaker providing crisp service and the Rebels are 15m out. After 17 phases Naivalu knocks-on and the blues have a scrum.
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SECOND-HALF: Rebels flyhalf Debreczeni gets the half underway.

Half Time

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West converts the penalty to add 3 points. That brings the game to HALF-TIME.
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The Blues with possession at the Rebels 22m. Li makes a good pick up from a poor West pass. The Blues are moving it left and right as they make their way 7m out. They receive a penalty for the Rebels not rolling away.
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Harris converts the kick from the corner.
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The Blues win the line-out and play in midfield, some strong defence from the Rebels gives them a penalty. Debreczeni kicks for touch but can't find it. The Blues kick it out so not too much harm done for the Rebels. The Rebels take a sneaky line-out and Toby Smith canters down the touchline and bounces the desperate Blues defender and he dives over for a controversial try, as Angus Gardner played an obstructive role.
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Debreczeni clears for touch from the restart. The Blues win the line-out through Bekhuis and they set the drive. The Rebels turn the ball over and Harris clears for touch.
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Harris converts the penalty to extend the Rebels lead.
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Rebels with possession in the Blues half and Debreczeni finds a gap as he off-loads to Stirzaker. Rebels now up to the 22m. Luke Jones makes a carry and the Rebels receive a penalty from a kick-able position.
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West converts from the corner.
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Higginbotham is penalised for not releasing. The Blues are relieved and will opt for touch. West punts it out and the Blues have a line-out on their 10m. they secure the line-out. The Blues play a sneaky set move that puts Saili straight through a hole, he makes a great long pass to Nanai Vai and he sprints and dives over in the corner for a try.
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The Blues receive a short-arm this time, and the opt for a scrum. West plays Moala who breaks a number of tackles but he spills it forward. The Rebels now running it out as Faingaa finds a gap, he plays Naivalu in support and play is now in the Blues 22m.
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West spills a straight-forward pass, and the Rebels have a scrum near halfway.
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The blues move wide from the line-out and a great flat pass puts Li in space as he gets rid of the first tackler, but his off-load to Saili ends up in touch. The Rebels secure the line-out and they kick onto the Blues.
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After a number of scrum resets, the rebels receive a short-arm and Debreczeni clears for touch. The Blues have a line-out on halfway.
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West finds some space as he puts a great kick in behind the Rebels for a line-out inside the Rebels 22m. Debreczeni clears for touch with the exit play. Blues line-out is messy and the Rebels come away with possession Debreczeni kicks on the Blues back three and they counter as Moala makes some metres. Blues onto the 22m of the Rebels now.. Saili is straight through finding some space but he is brought down short. Blues keep playing phase after phase and Mealamu is over the try-line but knocks on and the Rebels have a scrum.
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Higginbotham secures the kick-off. Debreczeni decides to clear and it just bounces inside the touchline to set up a line-out on the Blues 10m. Cowan puts a box-kick in from the line-out and the Blues regain possession. The rebels force the mistake and turn over the ball. Debrezceni puts a deep kick in and the Blues launch a counter.
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Harris pulls the conversion attempt wide.
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Debreczeni takes play up to the halfway and they win the line-out but it is scrappy. Higginbotham is just out and the Blues win their line-out. Blues opting for the direct approach as the forwards take it up hard. They send it wide but Debreczeni intercepts a rushed pass. He offloads to Faingaá , he holds up play well and feeds Naivalu, Naivalu offloads to Higginbotham and he gives it back to Faingaá for the try.
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Blues back with the ballas West plays Ioane who bounces Timani but he is then penalised for holding on. The Rebels will clear for touch as the medical staff give attention to Timani.
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Blues with possession now in the Rebels half as West is dictating traffic. Visinia is released doen the touchline and the Blues are 5m out.The Blues are over the try-line but are turned over through Luke Jones and they clear for touch.
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Harris converts the penalty to put the Rebels in the lead.
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Rebels secure the line-out on the Blues 10m and Timani crashe up hard in midfield. The move it left and fins some space as Harris makes a bust. the Rebels are 5m out and Triggs is penalised for the blues for not releasing the tackler. Rebels opt for poles.
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Blues with early possession in the Rebels 22m. But Faingaá steals the ball and wins the penalty. Rebels clear for touch.
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KICK-OFF: Blues flyhalf Ihaia West gets the game underway.
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The three previous clashes between these sides have all been won by the home side on the day, with the Blues winning the most recent encounter. The Rebels though have play-offs to add extra motivation to win, on the contrary the Blues have nothing to loose.
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START LINE UP
  • 15 Mike Harris
  • 14 Tom English
  • 13 Dominic Shipperley
  • 12 Mitch Inman
  • 11 Sefanaia Naivalu
  • 10 Jack Debreczeni
  • 9 Nic Stirzaker
  • 8 Scott Higginbotham
  • 7 Jordy Reid
  • 6 Colby Faingaa
  • 5 Lopeti Timani
  • 4 Luke Jones
  • 3 Paul Alo-Emile
  • 2 Pat Leafa
  • 1 Toby Smith
RESERVES
  • 23 Telusa Veainu
  • 22 Bryce Hegarty
  • 21 Luke Burgess
  • 20 Scott Fuglistaller
  • 19 Cadeyrn Neville
  • 18 Tim Metcher
  • 17 Cruze Ah-Nau
  • 16 Tom Sexton
START LINE UP
  • 15 Lolagi Visinia
  • 14 Melani Nanai Vai
  • 13 Francis Saili
  • 12 George Moala
  • 11 Tevita Li
  • 10 Ihaia West
  • 9 Jimmy Cowan
  • 8 Steven Luatua
  • 7 Brendon O'Connor
  • 6 Akira Ioane
  • 5 Hayden Triggs
  • 4 Culum Retallick
  • 3 Angus Ta'avao
  • 2 Keven Mealamu
  • 1 Tony Woodcock
RESERVES
  • 23 Hamish Northcott
  • 22 Simon Hickey
  • 21 Jamison Gibson-Park
  • 20 Joe Edwards
  • 19 Josh Bekhuis
  • 18 Sam Prattley
  • 17 Ofa Tu'ungafasi
  • 16 Greg Pleasents
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Preview: S15 Round 13, Part One

Wed, 06 May 2015 22:35

There is no escaping the spotlight in Christchurch on Friday, as a couple of All Black legends look set to make their final appearance in the city as Crusaders.

There is no escaping the spotlight in Christchurch on Friday, as a couple of All Black legends look set to make their final appearance in the city as Crusaders.

Several Crusaders could be playing their last ever Super Rugby match in Christchurch, as the seven-time champs host the Reds in a Super Rugby Round 13 encounter.

Not only All Blacks Dan Carter and Richie McCaw - the high-profile names on the billboards - but also Tom Taylor, Colin Slade and Willi Heinz are on the list of players who may never appear on a rugby field in the largest city in the South Island of New Zealand.

Carter, Slade, Taylor and Heinz have all announced that they will be heading offshore after this season.

McCaw has also indicated that it could be his final season, which means it could be the last chance for Christchurch fans to see them in action for the Crusaders.

Friday marks the team's final game in Christchurch this season, unless they qualify for the play-offs and, by some miracle, earn the right to host the match.

The other Friday encounter is between the vastly improved Rebels against the struggling Blues in Melbourne.

We look at Friday's matches!

Friday, May 8


Crusaders v Reds
(AMI Stadium, Christchurch - Kick-off: 19.35; 17.35 AEST, 07.35 GMT)

Richie McCaw desperately attempted to play down the focus on him and fellow All Black legend Dan Carter.

He is adamant the team's focus has been on winning the game and trying to salvage the Crusaders' season.

"We've still got a season to go yet so you don't want to start thinking like that," McCaw told Radio Sport.

McCaw missed last week's loss to the Hurricanes after being knocked-out against the Blues the week before.

Although named on the bench this week, he is determined to play a role in the drive to get the ninth-placed Crusaders' campaign back on track and help them secure a play-off spot.

"Stranger things have happened," McCaw said, adding: "We could have another game back here [in Christchurch] if we do it right.

"When you reflect on things later down the track, if you've performed well, you'd be pretty happy.

"You don't want to get too caught up in 'What might be'."

The Reds and Crusaders have a lengthy history and Reds coach Richard Graham said the side would travel to Christchurch with the knowledge of how formidable the Crusaders are to play at home.

"This is a strong rivalry that goes back to the beginning of the professional era," Grahams said.

"When people think of Reds versus Crusaders, most would probably have 2011 at the forefront of their mind, but there were many matches played against the Crusaders in the 1990s that were incredible contests," he added.

Recent results:
2014: Crusaders won 57-29, Brisbane
2013: Crusaders won 38-9, Christchurch (preliminary play-off match)
2012: Crusaders won 15-11, Christchurch
2011: Reds won 18-13, Brisbane (Final)
2011: Reds won 17-16, Brisbane
2010: Reds won 41-20, Brisbane

Prediction: The Reds accounted for the Crusaders' largest ever Super Rugby loss; a 16-52 defeat in Queensland in Round Three of the inaugural season.  The Crusaders have won three in a row against the Reds at an aggregate score of 110-49.  The Reds won the previous three but lost the 11 before that against the New Zealanders. Both these sides have lost three of their last four matches. Only the Reds' Adam Thomson (seven) and Marco Wentzel of the Sharks (eight) have produced more line-out steals than Crusader Luke Romano (6) this season. The Reds rank second for line-out success (90 percent) this season but the Crusaders have averaged more steals (2.5) than any other side.  Their opponents have an average success rate of a competition-low 79 percent. The emotion around the departing players (yes, we think the play-offs are a bridge too far) will rally the Crusaders, who will win by 15 to 20 points.

Teams:

Crusaders: 15 Tom Taylor, 14 Nafi Tuitavake, 13 Ryan Crotty, 12 Dan Carter, 11 Nemani Nadolo, 10 Colin Slade, 9 Andy Ellis, 8 Kieran Read (captain), 7 Matt Todd, 6 Jordan Taufua, 5 Sam Whitelock, 4 Dominic Bird, 3 Nepo Laulala, 2 Codie Taylor, 1 Wyatt Crockett.
Replacements: 16 Ben Funnell, 17 Alex Hodgman, 18 Joe Moody, 19 Jimmy Tupou, 20 Richie McCaw, 21 Mitchell Drummond, 22 Kieron Fonotia, 23 Jone Macilai.

Reds: 15 Lachie Turner, 14 Chris Feauai-Sautia, 13 Samu Kerevi, 12 Anthony Fainga'a, 11 James O'Connor, 10 Nick Frisby, 9 Will Genia, 8 Jake Schatz, 7 Liam Gill, 6 Adam Thomson, 5 James Horwill, 4 Rob Simmons, 3 Greg Holmes, 2 James Hanson, 1 James Slipper (captain).
Replacements: 16 Andrew Ready, 17 Sef Fa'agase, 18 Sam Talakai, 19 Marco Kotze, 20 Lolo Fakaosilea, 21 Scott Gale, 22 Ben Tapuai, 23 Jamie-Jerry Taulagi.

Referee: Mike Fraser
Assistant referees: Nick Briant, Paul Williams
TMO :Vinny Munro

Rebels v Blues
(AAMI Park, Rebels - Kick-off: 19.40; 21.40 NZST, 09.40 GMT)

The Rebels  are looking to go back-to-back against New Zealand opposition - also winning two home wins within six days.

However, coach Tony McGahan has played down talk of the much-improved Rebels team being play-off contenders - despite knocking over the highly-rated Chiefs last week.

Sitting in 10th place with five wins from 10 matches with six games left, the Rebels could reach the play-offs if results fall their way.

But McGahan, ecstatic after Melbourne overcame a severely disrupted preparation to beat the Chiefs 16-15, says the finals are "a long way away".

"We feel like we've got a good enough side to play in the knock-out stages, absolutely," he told the Herald Sun.

"But whether that's here or in the future, we've got too much in front of us to worry about that.

"All we know is that we've got the Blues this week and that's enough for us at this stage."

The Blues, who are even lower down the rankings and already out of the play-off race, has turned to Steven Luatua in the absence of the injured Jerome Kaino to lead his side out of the doldrums.

Luatua said he was looking forward to his new role as leader, adding that there is much pride to salvage.

"We want to finish strongly," he told the NZ Herald.

"I've got the skipper's armband now and I want to keep a 100 percent record."

The mounting injury toll at the Blues will not help Luatua's task.

Flank Luke Braid's immediate future is uncertain due to his third concussion of the season, with flyhalf Dan Bowden also out with a groin strain and fullback Charles Piutau sidelined by a knee injury.

Luatua, 24, said the victory over the Force last week - only their second win in 11 starts - would give the Blues confidence and that every player had to stand up in the wake of the injuries.

"The guys who might not have got many minutes, they know this is their time," Luatua said.

Previous results:
2013: Blues won 36-32, Auckland
2012: Rebels won 34-23, Melbourne
2011: Blues won 40-23, Albany

Prediction: The Rebels have won three of their last four games; their best ever run of form in Super Rugby.  The Rebels have not won by more than 10 points since Round Three of 2014. Their five wins this season have been at an aggregate margin of 28 points. The three previous clashes between these sides have all been won by the home side on the day. They have produced aggregate scores of 63, 57 and 68 points respectively. The Blues have lost the most rucks this season, an average of 5.3. However, opponents of the Rebels enjoy a better ruck success rate (96 percent) than against any other side. The Blues have scored just one try after 7+ phases of play, a joint-low in the competition. The Rebels meanwhile have scored a tournament-high 29 percent (5/17) of their tries after seven or more phases. The Blues have not been consistent enough this season to be worthy of a punt. The Rebels have some solid form and should win by more than one score - eight points.

Teams:

Rebels: Rebels: 15 Mike Harris, 14 Tom English, 13 Dom Shipperley, 12 Mitch Inman, 11 Sefanaia Naivalu, 10 Jack Debreczeni, 9 Nic Stirzaker, 8 Scott Higginbotham (captain), 7 Jordy Reid, 6 Colby Fainga'a, 5 Lopeti Timani, 4 Luke Jones, 3 Paul Alo-Emile, 2 Pat Leafa, 1 Toby Smith.
Replacements: 16 Tom Sexton, 17 Cruze Ah-Nau, 18 Tim Metcher, 19 Cadeyrn Neville, 20 Scott Fuglistaller, 21 Luke Burgess, 22 Bryce Hegarty, 23 Telusa Veainu.

Blues: 15 Lolagi Visinia, 14 Melani Nanai, 13 Francis Saili, 12 George Moala, 11 Tevita Li, 10 Ihaia West, 9 Jimmy Cowan, 8 Steven Luatua (captain), 7 Brendon O'Connor, 6 Akira Ioane, 5 Hayden Triggs, 4 Culum Retallick, 3 Angus Ta'avao, 2 Keven Mealamu, 1 Tony Woodcock.
Replacements: 16 Greg Pleasants-Tate, 17 Ofa Tu'ungafasi, 18 Sam Prattley, 19 Josh Bekhuis, 20 Joe Edwards, 21 Jamison Gibson-Park, 22 Simon Hickey, 23 Hamish Northcott.

Referee: Angus Gardner
Assistant referees: James Leckie, Graham Cooper
TMO: Ian Smith

Compiled by Jan de Koning
@King365ed
@rugby365com


Statistical information provided by Opta Sports

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Record-breaking Rebels beat Blues

Fri, 08 May 2015 11:42

REPORT: The Rebels set a new franchise record when they beat the Blues 42-22 in their Super Rugby Round 13 encounter in Melbourne on Friday.

The Rebels set a new franchise record when they beat the Blues 42-22 in their Super Rugby Round 13 encounter in Melbourne on Friday.

Outscoring the visitors by five tries to three, the Rebels recorded their sixth victory of the season - the first time they have scored more than five wins in a year.

It was an entertaining encounter, if you were willing to look past the bountiful lapses in skills.

However, the Rebels will care little about their errors or how they achieved the win. The 'W' is all that matters, as it puts them in eighth place - for now - and within touching distance of a play-off spot.

Rebels captain Scott Higginbotham became the leading try-scoring forward in Super Rugby history, as he scored one of the five Rebels tries - which also saw Toby Smith score a first for the franchise on the way to a bonus-point win.

Despite an early attacking onslaught from the Blues, the Rebels were the first to put points on the board, with a penalty-goal to Mike Harris on the five-minute mark.

This was shortly followed by a great team try to Colby Fainga'a, who passed the ball back and forth with Higginbotham and Sefanaia Naivalu - after Jack Debreczeni intercepted the Blues' attack - Fainga'a diving over in the left hand corner.

The Blues' first try came just before the half-hour mark, slicing open the Rebels' defence with slick play which allowed Melani Nanai to get over out wide. The successful conversion by Ihaia West closed the gap to just one point.

However the Rebels were determined not to go into the break without extending the lead, and following another penalty-goal to Harris pushed forward and again broke the Blues' line with Smith scoring after just a minute earlier forcing a turnover.

The Blues were able to squeeze in another penalty before the buzzer.

"However, the Rebels went into the half-time break leading 18-10.

The visitors hit back straight away in the second half, making the most of a line-out penalty to quickly shift the ball towards the line - with reserve Jamison Gibson-Park crossing for the Blues' second try.

West's kick was again on target.

"However, it was the turn of the Rebels to hit back quickly, with Higginbotham spotting a gap to score after replacement hooker Tom Sexton gained valuable metres.

Sharp kicking by Harris, backing up the conversion with a penalty-goal, gave the Rebels an 11 point lead with 20 minutes on the clock.

Despite closing the gap to six points through a try to George Moala, the Blues were unable to hold back the Rebels' attack - with Shipperley earning the bonus point with the side's fourth try off a line-out, and Debreczeni scoring with one minute left as the Rebels reached 42 points - to equal their highest in their history.

Man of the match: Francis Saili and George Moala were powerful in the Blues' midfield, Akira Ioane added to his growing reputation with another strong showing, while Jamison Gibson-Park made a big impact off the bench. Colby Fainga'a was brilliant while he was on the field, Jack Debreczeni was solid at flyhalf, Dom Shipperley strong at centre and Scott Higginbotham as strong as ever. However, our award goes to Rebels flank Jordy Reid, who elevated himself into the Wallaby selection frame with another stand-out performance.

The scorers:

For the Rebels:
Tries:
Fainga'a, Smith, Higginbotham, Shipperley, Debreczeni
Cons: Harris 4
Pens: Harris 3

For the Blues:
Tries:
Nanai, Gibson-Park, Moala
Cons: West 2
Pen: West

Teams:

Rebels: 15 Mike Harris, 14 Tom English, 13 Dom Shipperley, 12 Mitch Inman, 11 Sefanaia Naivalu, 10 Jack Debreczeni, 9 Nic Stirzaker, 8 Scott Higginbotham (captain), 7 Jordy Reid, 6 Colby Fainga'a, 5 Lopeti Timani, 4 Luke Jones, 3 Paul Alo-Emile, 2 Pat Leafa, 1 Toby Smith.
Replacements: 16 Tom Sexton, 17 Cruze Ah-Nau, 18 Tim Metcher, 19 Cadeyrn Neville, 20 Scott Fuglistaller, 21 Luke Burgess, 22 Bryce Hegarty, 23 Telusa Veainu.

Blues: 15 Lolagi Visinia, 14 Melani Nanai, 13 Francis Saili, 12 George Moala, 11 Tevita Li, 10 Ihaia West, 9 Jimmy Cowan, 8 Steven Luatua (captain), 7 Brendon O'Connor, 6 Akira Ioane, 5 Hayden Triggs, 4 Culum Retallick, 3 Angus Ta'avao, 2 Keven Mealamu, 1 Tony Woodcock.
Replacements: 16 Greg Pleasants-Tate, 17 Ofa Tu'ungafasi, 18 Sam Prattley, 19 Josh Bekhuis, 20 Joe Edwards, 21 Jamison Gibson-Park, 22 Simon Hickey, 23 Hamish Northcott.

Referee: Angus Gardner
Assistant referees: James Leckie, Graham Cooper
TMO: Ian Smith

Colby Faingaa (11min), Toby Smith (36min), Scott Higginbotham (51min), Dominic Shipperley (69min), and Jack Debreczeni (78min)
TRIES
Melani Nanai Vai (28min), Jamison Gibson-Park (48min), and George Moala (66min)
Mike Harris (37min), Mike Harris (52min), Mike Harris (70min), and Mike Harris (79min)
CONVERSIONS
Ihaia West (29min) and Ihaia West (49min)
Mike Harris (5min), Mike Harris (32min), and Mike Harris (57min)
PENALTIES
Ihaia West (40min)
 
PENALTY TRIES
 
DROP GOALS
 
 
 
VENUE Melbourne
REFEREE Angus Gardner (Australia)