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Super Rugby | Brisbane
09:40 (GMT) | 15-05-2015
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Rebels receive a penalty from scrum-time which they take quickly but they lose it forward. Frisby kicks it out and the final whistle goes, as the Reds claim a victory. FULL-TIME.
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Rebels receive a penalty right off the kick-off and they kick for touch. They spread wide as Neville makes some good metres, but an off-load is sent into touch as the Reds set for a line-out. Reds secure the line-out and play wide and O'Connor makes good metres. Frisby is controlling the breakdown but the ball is unplayable and the Rebels receive a scrum.
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Harris makes the conversion.
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The rebels come away with the ball from the line-out and Weeks makes a break through the middle of the park, he off-loads to Jones who powers over the line for a great forwards try.
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Rebels pinned back in their 22m again and they try to run it out. They go wide and Harris puts it to boot. The ball finds touch for a Reds through near halfway.
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Harris' conversion is away to the left.
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Rebels win a line-out on halfway and the Rebels are looking to pull one back as Neville makes a break. They are 5m out and the receive a penalty as Burgess takes it quickly and plays wide. Shipperley scores in the corner for the Rebels.
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O'Connor adds the extras.
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Simmons takes the line-out and they set the drive again and rumble over the line as Gill is the try-scorer.
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They rumble a maul from the line-out and its another penalty as the Rebels collapse it. The reds will kick for the corner again.
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Reds have a scrum in the centre as Harris' kick doesn't go ten metres. They win the scrum and play left, as Hunt stabs a grubber through. Rebels over throw the line-out and Genia collects it and plays wide. Red receive a penalty and they kick for the corner.
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O'Connor keeps his radar and converts the kick.
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The scrum is good, and Genia breaks blind and switches with Turner who runs over untouched for a try.
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It is end-to-end stuff here, as Sexton butchers a line-out and the Reds have an attacking scrum 5m out.
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After the rebels received a penalty, Harris put it in the corner. They secure the line-out and they attack 5m out from the Reds line. Gill turns over the ball and the Reds counter using their extra-man advantage. O'Connor is away down the touchline showing some toe. McIntyre moves the ball to the wing and Thompson dives for the corner but is out.
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O'Connor makes another great clearance from the corner as the Reds extend their lead.
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Reds put it in the corner and win the line-out. They have numbers out-wide and they pass left, O'Connor flicks on a pass and Sautia collects it and runs over the line for a try in the corner.
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The Reds are keeping up the heat as they regain possession from the kick-off and Kerevi receives a pass from McIntyre and runs into the 22m. Its dangerous for the Rebels and Debreczeni gives a penalty away. It was a professional fouls as he killed the ball with a hand in the ruck. He receives a yellow card.
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O'Connor's strike is good from the corner as he raises the flags.
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Big shove from the Reds and they win the penalty. McIntyre kicks in the corner as the Reds look to keep up the pressure they have built. They secure the line-out and are 5m out as Genia is dictating traffic. After 10 phases Turner bursts the defence and scores in the corner.
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Reds immediately attack from the kick-off and make quick metres up the middle of the park through Sautia. Hunt steps on the gas and takes it up to the Rebels 22m but the Reds knock on and the Rebels have a scrum.
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O'Connor converts the kick to bring the scores closer.
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O'Connor kicks for the corner and the Reds are 5m out. Rebels defence is solid on their line, until McIntyre takes an inside pass and dives over for a try on his debut.
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Debreczeni clears from the restart and McIntyre returns with a high one. The Reds receive a scrum in midfield. Genia feeds and goes himself making 10m. Greg Holmes makes a good carry and the Reds are up to 8 phases, but it is slow and not threatening. Andrew Leese gives a penalty to the Reds for Leafa not rolling away.
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KICK-OFF: Reds flyahlf Jake McIntyre gets the half underway.

Half Time

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That brings the game to HALF-TIME.
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Reds win the scrum and Genia plays Kerevi flat and he makes yards. The Hooter has gone and O'Connor puts the ball into touch.
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Turner's kick is charged down and the Rebels have possession on the 10m of the Reds. Shipperley finds a hole and makes 10m. The Rebels lose it forward and the Reds have a scrum on their 22m.
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O'Connor pushes his conversion to the right.
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Reds with possession in midfield as O'Connor is getting involved. McIntyre plays Hunt but he is wrapped up by Reid. Kerevi makes a good carry shrugging off tacklers. O'Connor shows good foot-work as he breaks over the advantage line an off-loads to Sautia to go 3m out. Genia plays Simmons who powers over the line for a try.
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Harris converts the kick from the corner.
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Rebels strike immediately from the kick-off as Inman releases the Naivalu who burns O'Connor for the try.
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O'Connor makes easy work of the penalty from in front.
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Reds playing with advantage and moving the ball from left to right and back. Advantage is over as they make it into the 22m. Rebels defence is looking solid as Genia looks to slow it down after 10 phases. Slipper picks and drives, and the Rebels are penalised as Timani is off his feet. O'Connor will have a shot at goal.
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Harris converts the penalty to extend the Rebels lead.
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Rebels receive a penalty on the 22m and Debreczeni kicks for the corner, gaining 35m. The Rebels spread from the line-out and Thompson gives away a penalty in-front of the poles.Harris will go for goal.
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Rebels with the ball on halfway but Gill is all over the contact point and wins a penalty for the Reds. Turner will opt for the corner, but he can't find touch. Harris kicks back on the Reds. The reds counter well as Sautia sprints down the touchline, but his offload is astray and the rebels run it from their 22m.
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O'Connor will take a shot at goal from wide-out, and it is a great strike as he raises the flags to put the reds on the scoreboard.
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Rebels win the scrum and Naivalu puts it into touch. The Reds have aline-out which they secure through Horwill. The forwards pick and go gaining valuable metres as they work towards the 22m of the Rebels. Andrew Lees awards the Reds a penalty as Reid comes in from the side.
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Reds turn the ball over in the line-out. Gill makes a break into the 22m but looses it forward and the Rebels have a scrum inside their 22m.
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Rebels are back in the 22m of the Reds, but the Reds quickly make a turnover and Hunt makes a great clearance down-field for a Rebels line-out.
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Slipper collapses the scrum and the Rebels receive a penalty. Rebels opt for the corner and Jones secures the line-out. The Rebels have gone through 9 phaes but the Reds steal it through good defence and Kerevi makes the clearance.
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Rebels with the ball from the restart. Higginbotham takes a short flat pass from Stirzaker and he busts straight through breaking 2 tackles. He presents the ball well and the rebels move wide quickly in the 22m of the Reds, however Leafa spills it for what would have been a certain try.
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Harris, from the corner, can't convert the penalty.
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McIntyre hands possession back to the Rebels through a poor kick, and the Rebels move it wide to Shipperley. The Rebels receive a penalty and Harris will have a kick for goal.
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Harris adds the conversion.
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Reds secure the line-out but loose some ground and the Rebels turn it over on their own 22m. Stirzaker swings left and the Rebels run it out from their 22m. Naivalu receives the pass and is away down the touchline, he turns on the jets and swerves inside the last attempted cover tackler to score under the poles for a 80m try.
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Reds secure the line-out and are attacking in midfield. The home-side receives a penalty as Inman doesn't release the tackler. Turner opts for the corner.
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Rebels with early possession, as it looks to be an expansive game from the start. Debreczeni is penalised for off-the-ball tackling. Turner looks for touch and takes play up 30m from the Rebels line.
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KICK-OFF: Rebels flyhalf Debreczeni gets the game underway.
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Conditions are clear in Brisbane, with a good surface. It should provide for an entertaining game.
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The Melbourne-based outfit has won two of the three meetings between these sides since the start of last year. The first six meetings between the franchises were won by the Reds. However the Rebels have won four of their last five; a run which is their best ever in this competition, and the Reds are coming off the back of a thumping by the Crusaders.
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START LINE UP
  • 15 James O'Connor
  • 14 Chris Feauai-Sautia
  • 13 Karmichael Hunt
  • 12 Samu Kerevi
  • 11 Lachie Turner
  • 10 Jake McIntyre
  • 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
RESERVES
  • 23 Ben Tapuai
  • 22 Sam Greene
  • 21 Nick Frisby
  • 20 Lolo Fakaosilea
  • 19 Ed O'Donoghue
  • 18 Sam Talakai
  • 17 Pettowa Paraka
  • 16 Andrew Ready
START LINE UP
  • 15 Mike Harris
  • 14 Dominic Shipperley
  • 13 Tamati Ellison
  • 12 Mitch Inman
  • 11 Sefanaia Naivalu
  • 10 Jack Debreczeni
  • 9 Nic Stirzaker
  • 8 Scott Higginbotham
  • 7 Jordy Reid
  • 6 Sean McMahon
  • 5 Lopeti Timani
  • 4 Luke Jones
  • 3 Paul Alo-Emile
  • 2 Pat Leafa
  • 1 Toby Smith
RESERVES
  • 23 Tom English
  • 22 Bryce Hegarty
  • 21 Luke Burgess
  • 20 Colby Faingaa
  • 19 Cadeyrn Neville
  • 18 Laurie Weeks
  • 17 Cruze Ah-Nau
  • 16 Tom Sexton
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Preview: S15 Round 14, Part One

Wed, 13 May 2015 23:36

It has been interesting in the world of Super Rugby, with one coach having announced his departure and others under increasing pressure.

It has been interesting in the world of Super Rugby this week, with at least one coach having already announced his departure and a few others under increasing pressure.

Two of those coaches, said to be on their way out, will be in action on Friday.

Blues coach John Kirwan, if media reports in New Zealand are to be believed, got very testy with journalists this week.

Having to fight fires on several fronts, one wonders how much time he had to focus on his team's opponents this week, the Bulls - whom they will meet in the opening match of Round 14.

Reds coach Richard Graham has already called in some outside help in the form of former Wallaby mentor John Connolly.

With the much-improved Rebels in Brisbane on Friday, the Reds coach will need all the help he can get.

We look at Friday's matches!

Friday, May 15

Blues v Bulls

(Eden Park, Auckland - Kick-off: 19.35; 09.35 SA time; 07.35 GMT)

While the Blues coach, John Kirwan, has made no secret of his desire to stay on beyond this season, a question mark remains over his future.

According to a report in the NZ Herald Crusaders assistant coach Tabai Matson was in Auckland this week, where he met with players and board members with a view to joining next year.

According to a Blues statement they have not made any decisions on any of the coaching positions to fill for 2016, and are continuing to "consider all of their options".

"The focus of the organisation is on the final four games of the season, ensuring our players and staff are fully supported," the statement said.

Kirwan was even less forthcoming in his exchanges with the media this week.

"I know the indecision is creating news, but I'm not prepared to talk about it," Kirwan told a media briefing in Auckland.

The build-up in the Bulls camp has been very different, coach Frans Ludeke telling the media in a conference call that the team is determined to start their four-match Australasian tour on a winning note.

He has named a powerful starting XV, including regular captain Pierre Spies, but it is his bench he hopes can make the biggest impact.

"The great thing about this team is the guys who can come off the bench for us and make a huge impact in the last 20 minutes," Ludeke said.

"They can hopefully bring pace into the game with their ball-carrying ability."

Despite the media storm surrounding the Blues, Ludeke was not willing to write them off.

"They have a very competitive set of forwards, with some quality international players," he said of a Blues team that has won just twice in 12 starts.

"In the scrums they put pressure on the opposition ball," he said, adding: "They have scored nine of their 24 tries from scrums - that says a lot about their attacking ability from set pieces."

Ludeke felt it will be a huge battle for both teams to get quality possession.

"It is such a tight competition this season and we desperately want to stay in the running.

"We know we will need a special performance to be successful at the weekend."

Recent results:
2014: Bulls won 38-22, Pretoria
2013: Bulls won 28-21, Auckland
2012: Blues won 29-23, Pretoria
2010: Blues won 32-17, Auckland
2009: Bulls won 59-26, Pretoria
2008: Blues won 23-21, Auckland

Prediction: In 19 meetings between these sides, a losing bonus point has been scored in just six encounters, though there was one draw. The Blues have lost two in a row against the Bulls, but won the two prior to that. The Bulls won on their last visit to Auckland, but lost their previous nine away to the Blues. The Blues' last two matches have produced 65 and 64 points respectively. Their 13 matches prior to that all produced under 55 in total and an average of 40. The Bulls have not won outside of their own country since defeating the Blues in their last visit to Auckland in March 2013. Since then, they have lost all seven of their matches in Australia and New Zealand. Ihaia West has kicked 30/35 this season (86 percent), Jacques-Louis Potgieter (10 from 12), Handré Pollard (48 from 60) and Tiaan Schoeman (four from five), meaning they have all kicked at 80+ percent this season. The Blues always have a chance to win and they do have the talent. They have just lacked the focus and it is obvious why. The Bulls will start favourites, but if they do pull of the win their margin will be in single digits.

Teams:

Blues: 15 Lolagi Visinia, 14 Ben Lam, 13 Francis Saili, 12 George Moala, 11 Melani Nanai, 10 Ihaia West, 9 Jamison Gibson-Park, 8 Steven Luatua (captain), 7 Brendon O'Connor, 6 Akira Ioane, 5 Culum Retallick, 4 Josh Bekhuis, 3 Charlie Faumuina, 2 James Parsons, 1 Tony Woodcock.
Replacements: 16 Keven Mealamu, 17 Ofa Tu'ungafasi, 18 Sam Prattley, 19 Will Lloyd, 20 Blake Gibson, 21 Jimmy Cowan/Jamie Booth, 22 Simon Hickey, 23 Matt Vaega.

Bulls: 15 Jesse Kriel, 14 Francois Hougaard, 13 JJ Engelbrecht, 12 Jan Serfontein, 11 Bjorn Basson, 10 Handré Pollard, 9 Rudy Paige, 8 Pierre Spies (captain), 7 Arno Botha, 6 Pieter Labuschagne, 5 Victor Matfield, 4 Flip van de Merwe, 3 Marcel van der Merwe, 2 Adriaan Strauss, 1 Trevor Nyakane.
Replacements: 16 Callie Visagie, 17 Dean Greyling, 18 Werner Kruger, 19 Jacques du Plessis, 20 Deon Stegmann, 21 Burger Odendaal, 22 Jacques-Louis Potgieter, 23 Travis Ismaiel.

Referee: Mike Fraser
Assistant referees: Nick Briant, Aki Aso
TMO: Glenn Newman

Reds v Rebels
(Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane - Kick-off: 19.40; 09.40 GMT)

The home team is just hoping to salvage some pride in the closing stages of the season, but the Rebels still hold out genuine hope of making the play-offs.

However, most of the focus this week has been on the coaching set-up in Brisbane, especially with the arrival of former Wallaby mentor John Connolly - who signed on in an 'advisory' capacity with the Queensland-based franchise.

It is uncertain how much of a role Connolly played in the selection of the squad, but it is interesting that the Reds will field a specialist flyhalf this week after using a scrumhalf in the No.10 channel in recent weeks.

The other significant selections are moving James O'Connor to fullback and Karmichael Hunt to outside centre - all moves designed to sharpen the Reds' rather blunt attack.

"He is a genuine No.10 and he understands how to control the team," Reds coach Richard Graham said, when asked about young McIntyre making his debut.

"He shifts the ball very well through his hands, while his general play and kicking is very good."

Graham also made it clear they want Hunt closer to the ball and O'Connor more involved.

"In the last couple of weeks we haven't demonstrated enough continuity in terms of our attack," the coach said, adding: "We will look to see if we can get him involved in the game a bit more."

The Rebels, who are in 10th place but just five points off the sixth-placed Bulls, have made no secret of their desire to break their drought and reach the play-offs.

A bonus-point win in Brisbane will go a long way towards realising that dream.

However, the Rebels - coming off a 42-22 victory against the Blues - are cautious about the threat posed by a Reds team that has enormous potential.

Rebels lock Luke Jones warned of the risk of underestimating an opposition with lots of Super Rugby and international experience.

The Wallaby said his side will need to be on their game to get the result!

"The Reds are a quality side, [with] a whole lot of international players," Jones said.

"I think they will take us on through the forwards.

"We just have to stick to what we have been doing [all season] and deliver in an away game.

"No doubt we have to bring our A-game."

Recent results:
2015: Rebels won 23-15, Melbourne
2014: Reds won 36-20, Melbourne
2014: Rebels 30-27, Brisbane
2013: Reds won 33-20, Brisbane
2013: Reds won 23-13, Melbourne
2012: Reds won 32-17, Melbourne
2012: Reds won 11-6, Brisbane

Prediction: The Reds' largest Super Rugby victory, both in terms of winning margin and points scored, came against the Rebels in March 2011 (53-3). The Melbourne-based outfit has won two of the three meetings between these sides since the start of last year.  The first six meetings between the franchises were won by the Reds. A losing bonus point has been scored in two of nine meetings between these franchises. The Rebels have won four of their last five; a run which is their best ever in this competition. Their 42-22 win over the Blues last week equalled their highest points haul in a match and was their second largest victory in terms of margin. The Reds rank second for line-out success rate (90 percent) this term while the Rebels place last in this regard (78 percent). If you look at the Reds' team sheet, you have to think that they can knock over any team. Then you look at their results and see a team in disarray. The Rebels have been more composed and structured and should win by about 12 points.

Teams:

Reds: 15 James O'Connor, 14 Chris Feauai-Sautia, 13 Karmichael Hunt, 12 Samu Kerevi, 11 Lachie Turner, 10 Jake McIntyre, 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 Pettowa Paraka, 18 Sam Talakai, 19 Ed O'Donoghue, 20 Lolo Fakaosilea, 21 Nick Frisby/Scott Gale, 22 Sam Greene, 23 Ben Tapuai.

Rebels: 15 Mike Harris, 14 Dom Shipperley, 13 Tamati Ellison, 12 Mitch Inman, 11 Sefanaia Naivalu, 10 Jack Debreczeni, 9 Nic Stirzaker, 8 Scott Higginbotham (captain), 7 Jordy Reid, 6 Sean McMahon, 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 Laurie Weeks, 19 Cadeyrn Neville, 20 Colby Fainga’a, 21 Luke Burgess, 22 Bryce Hegarty, 23 Tom English.

Referee: Andrew Lees
Assistant referee: James Leckie, Michael Hogan
TMO: Ian Smith

Compiled by Jan de Koning
@King365ed
@rugby365com


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Reds rout rabble Rebels

Fri, 15 May 2015 11:36

REPORT: The Reds finally moved off the bottom of the Super Rugby table, with a 46-29 rout of a very poor Rebels side in Brisbane on Friday.

The Reds finally moved off the bottom of the Super Rugby table, with a 46-29 rout of a very poor Rebels side in Brisbane on Friday.

The win, a stunning turnaround, ended a tumultuous week that saw former Wallaby coach John Connolly  come on board, in an 'advisory capacity', in Brisbane.

Going behind 6-17 by the half-hour mark, the Reds then scored 40 unanswered points - including six sublime tries - to secure the win.

The Rebels bounced back with two consolation tries in the final 10 minutes to salvage a four-try bonus point.

The turnaround came after the Queensland-based franchise was smashed 58-17 by the Crusaders last week.

It was a huge tonic for the Reds and their beleaguered coach Richard Graham.

The Rebels looked set for a third straight win when wing Sefanaia Naivalu scored two runaway tries to set up an 11-point lead after 36 minutes.

But on the back of a dominant forward pack, the Reds hit back to lead 46-17 in a one-sided 32-minute spell to claim victory, supplemented by a scoring bonus point.

Wing Lachie Turner scored two tries with others going to Rob Simmons, debutant flyhalf Jake McIntyre, Chris Feauai-Sautia and impressive openside flank Liam Gill.

Fullback James O'Connor cashed in with five conversions and two penalty-goals for a 16-point haul.

The Rebels crossed for two late consolation tries when the contest was all over to claim a four-try bonus point.

"We had a massive effort and emphasis on winning the collisions and really turning up in defence," Reds skipper James Slipper said.

"I thought we did that, but we still have a bit of improvement to go.

"It was about looking at everyone's backyard first before we started pointing any fingers and everyone was given a responsibility to make sure they were doing the absolute best job they could do."

Rebels captain Scott Higginbotham said his team didn't have the ball for long periods in the second half and paid the price.

"That's what the good sides can do and turn those tables, they can stop the force of momentum and turn it to their own advantage and we didn't do that," he said.

The Reds are at home again next weekend against South Africa's Sharks, while the Rebels begin their South African tour against the Stormers in Cape Town.
Man of the match:  Sefanaia Naivalu got two tries, Scott Higginbotham worked hard and Luke Jones was rewarded for his hard work with the bonus-point try. James O'Connor enjoyed the freedom of playing at fullback, Lachie Turner got a brace, Will Genia had his best game of the season and James Horwill is also beginning to find some decent form. However, our award goes to Reds flank Liam Gill, who made plenty of tackles, had 14 carries and effected a number of crucial turnovers.

The scorers:

For the Reds:
Tries:
Simmons, McIntyre, Turner 2, Feauai-Sautia, Gill
Cons: O'Connor 5
Pens: O'Connor 2

For the Rebels:
Tries:
Naivalu 2,  Shipperley, Jones
Cons: Harris 3
Pen: Harris

Yellow card: Jack Debreczeni (Rebels, 53 - repeated infringements, killing the ball)

Teams:

Reds:
15 James O'Connor, 14 Chris Feauai-Sautia, 13 Karmichael Hunt, 12 Samu Kerevi, 11 Lachie Turner, 10 Jake McIntyre, 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 Pettowa Paraka, 18 Sam Talakai, 19 Ed O'Donoghue, 20 Lolo Fakaosilea, 21 Nick Frisby/Scott Gale, 22 Sam Greene, 23 Ben Tapuai.

Rebels: 15 Mike Harris, 14 Dom Shipperley, 13 Tamati Ellison, 12 Mitch Inman, 11 Sefanaia Naivalu, 10 Jack Debreczeni, 9 Nic Stirzaker, 8 Scott Higginbotham (captain), 7 Jordy Reid, 6 Sean McMahon, 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 Laurie Weeks, 19 Cadeyrn Neville, 20 Colby Fainga'a, 21 Luke Burgess, 22 Bryce Hegarty, 23 Tom English.

Referee: Andrew Lees
Assistant referee: James Leckie, Michael Hogan
TMO: Ian Smith

Rob Simmons (36min), Jake McIntyre (45min), Lachie Turner (50min), Chris Feauai-Sautia (55min), Lachie Turner (62min), and Liam Gill (68min)
TRIES
Sefanaia Naivalu (5min), Sefanaia Naivalu (31min), Dominic Shipperley (71min), and Luke Jones (76min)
James O'Connor (46min), James O'Connor (51min), James O'Connor (55min), James O'Connor (63min), and James O'Connor (69min)
CONVERSIONS
Mike Harris (6min), Mike Harris (33min), and Mike Harris (77min)
James O'Connor (21min) and James O'Connor (30min)
PENALTIES
Mike Harris (26min)
 
PENALTY TRIES
 
DROP GOALS
 
Jack Debreczeni (53min)
 
 
VENUE Brisbane
REFEREE Andrew Lees (Australia)