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Rebels harpoon Sharks in six-try romp

Former scaffolder Anaru Rangi has helped lay the platform for the Melbourne Rebels' 46-14 win over the Sharks, scoring two tries in their Super Rugby clash on Friday night.

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W2W4: Can Reds, Rebels overcome tough weeks?

The Reds and Rebels have both endured tough preparations ahead of Round 6: can the Aussie franchises rise above the complications? Meanwhile, two of the world's best halfbacks go head-to-head at the Cake Tin.

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Thorn effect working wonders for gritty Reds

The Brad Thorn effect has taken hold at the Reds, a third straight win built on yet another gritty defensive performance. Meanwhile, the unbeaten Highlanders and a young Stormers fly-half also make the headlines in Round 5.

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W2W4: The Zoo will be rocking, so too the rugby

One of Super Rugby's fiercest rivalries highlights Round 5 as the Highlanders and Crusaders prepare to write another chapter in the South Island show-stopper. Meanwhile, Daryl Gibson is all anyone wants to talk about in Sydney.

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Waratahs crush Rebels in big comeback win

The Waratahs have run down a 17-point deficit with a spectacular second-half try-scoring blitz to end Melbourne Rebels' unbeaten start to 2018.

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No.8 battle offers Cheika frustration, hope

Friday's Australian derby produced a quality battle between two impressive No. 8s but the result is nothing more than short-term agony for Michael Cheika. The Blues and South African youngsters also wrote themselves into the Round 4 headlines.

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W2W4: Tongan Thor tracking towards RWC

Super Rugby Round 4 is headlined by the huge Kiwi derby between competitions favourites the Hurricanes and Crusaders. Meanwhile in Brisbane, Taniel Tupou's World Cup credentials get another test against the Bulls.

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Rebels' Coleman misses Brumbies game

The Wallabies lock was ruled out of the match with sternum soreness, after sustaining a chest injury in the 20-point victory over the Sunwolves in Tokyo.

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25dBrittany Mitchell

Wallabies push for Bachelor Mitchell

Several past and present Wallaby stars are playing cupid for their unlucky-in-love former teammate Drew Mitchell, using their Twitter accounts to call for the wing to be the next star of "Bachelor Australia".

25dSam Bruce and John Goliath

W2W4: Is Leali'ifano Cheika's answer as backup 10?

Super Rugby Round 3 begins with derbies across New Zealand and Australia, the second of which offers the first glimpse of veteran Christian Leali'ifano on home soil. Are the Wallabies' woes at No.10 about to ease?

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27dSam Bruce and John Goliath

Forget ruck laws, high tackles still lacking consistency

Super Rugby Round 2 got off to a flyer with the Blues and Highlanders providing the standout game of the weekend, while the high tackle law has us questioning whether they'll will be refereed consistently. These are the stories of Round 2.

28dSam Bruce

Tahs show character in 81st-minute victory

The Waratahs escaped with a last-gasp win over the Stormers, but their performance on the whole was equal parts sublime and ridiculous.

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Rebels thump Reds in season opener

Melbourne Rebels were the easybeats of Super Rugby in 2017. But with a new-look roster, including Will Genia, they made the perfect start to their 2018 campaign against Queensland Reds.

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30dJake Michaels

Genia all class as new Rebels era begins

Twelve months ago, the Rebels were smacked by 38 points in their season opener. Fast forward 12 months and they were the team dishing out the punishment, in no small way thanks to Wallabies recruit Will Genia.

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Super Rugby W2W4: Genia to suit up against Reds

The Australian and New Zealand Super Rugby teams take the field for the first time after the competition kicked off last week. We tell you what to watch for in Round 2.

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Genia fit for opening clash with Reds

Will Genia has recovered from a back injury and will make his Melbourne Rebels debut against his old club Queensland in their opening Super Rugby clash.

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37dSam Bruce

Tahs shake rust off but set-piece needs attention

The Waratahs' star attacking trio blew the cobwebs out in a final trial hitout in Sydney on Thursday night but coach Daryl Gibson was left with plenty of issues at the set-piece ahead of next week's opener against the Stormers.

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38dSam Bruce

Super Rugby scouting report: Australian conference

Will Genia, Kurtley Beale and David Pocock headline the big-name Super Rugby recruits for the Australian conference, but who else is poised to make an impact? Check out all the ins and outs here!

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Super W squad lists

In the inaugural season of the SuperW teams from the Waratahs, Queensland Reds, Brumbies, Western Force and Melbourne Rebels will take to the field in a six-week competition.

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55dSam Bruce

Aussie Super sides must capitalise on Sevens stunner

Australian rugby needed a bright start to 2018, and the game received just that as the men's and women's sevens teams recorded a clean sweep at the Sydney Sevens. The country's four Super Rugby franchises must now maintain the momentum.

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Time the concern for Rebels: Genia

Will Genia says talent doesn't necessarily equate to titles as the under-performing Melbourne Rebels look to finally become a Super Rugby threat.

2018 RankingsSuper Rugby

  • REBEL2nd
    TRIES SCORED 1st Lions : 34 Tries Scored
    1st 77 points