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Cooper says he won't change for Rebels

Rebels recruit Quade Cooper insists he doesn't need to change as he looks to kick-start his Super Rugby career with his shift to Melbourne.

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Deal done: Cooper joins Rebels for 2019

After months of speculation, former Wallabies fly-half Quade Cooper has finally signed on with Melbourne Rebels on a one-year deal.


Jones rejoins Rebels; no word on Quade

Melbourne remain tight-lipped about securing Queensland Reds discard Quade Cooper but have formally announced that lock Luke Jones is returning to the Super Rugby club.

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Rebels to re-sign Jones ahead of World Cup

Melbourne have confirmed they are looking to get Luke Jones back in Rebels colours with the lock aiming for a return to Super Rugby and the Wallabies ahead of next year's World Cup.

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Hodge gets first crack at Wallabies No.13

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has named a backline dominated by Melbourne Rebels players for Friday night's trial match in Sydney.

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137dESPN Staff

Toomua signs new deal with Wallabies, Rebels

Former Brumbies fly-half Matt Toomua has officially signed a two and a half year contract with Rugby Australia and the Melbourne Rebels making him immediately available for the Wallabies' Bledisloe Cup campaign.

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137dGreg Growden

Growden's Australian Super Rugby report card

The Waratahs might have made the Super Rugby semifinals but their rating reflects their easy ride to the finals, while another team's year can only be described as a "missed opportunity", writes Greg Growden.

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146dESPN Staff

Rebels confirm rookie charged with assault

The Melbourne Rebels have confirmed rookie Hunter Paisami has been formally charged by police following a late-night incident outside a Melbourne nightclub on Sunday morning (AEST).

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Naisarani joins Rebels as Wallabies await

Melbourne Rebels have landed a ready-made replacement for departing back-rowers Amanaki Maki and Lopeti Timani, signing Isi Naisarani from the Brumbies.

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153dSam Bruce and John Goliath

R19 Rebooted: Waratahs are finals fraudsters

There was plenty on the line in the final regular season round yet two Australian teams were unable to perform when it mattered most. The Brumbies did, however, exposing the Waratahs for exactly what they are.

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Rebels stars ruled out of Highlanders clash

Wallabies Will Genia, Dane Haylett-Petty and Adam Coleman have all been ruled out for the Melbourne Rebels, in a blow to their hopes of a season-defining win over the Highlanders.

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Coleman in doubt for Rebels' playoffs bid

Melbourne are likely to be without skipper Adam Coleman for Saturday's do-or-die clash with the Highlanders, but Will Genia could return.

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160dSam Bruce and John Goliath

R18 Rebooted: Time for a foul-play report system?

Sunwolves winger Semesi Masirewa was given a red card for a lifting tackle on Bernard Foley. It was the correct decision to the letter of the law, but could it have been better served by a report system? Your Round 18 Super Rugby talking points are here.

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167dSam Bruce and John Goliath

R17 Rebooted: Chiefs deliver timely adrenalin shot

Super Rugby returned from a month-long hiatus only for the negative themes from the June Test series to immediately surface in the provincial competition. Thankfully 24 hours later, the Chiefs helped remind us just how good the game can be.

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Waratahs trump Rebels for Super Rugby win

Bernard Foley has picked the perfect time to score his first try of the Super Rugby season, snatching a thrilling 31-26 win for the NSW Waratahs over the Melbourne Rebels at AAMI Park.

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195dBrittany Mitchell

R16 rebooted: Best Aussie derby in how long?

The Rebels may have ended Australia's 32-game winless streak in New Zealand, but it was the Waratahs, Reds derby that produced the highlights, meanwhile two All Blacks players have been left red-faced for off-field hijinks.

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Super teams should heed Test requests: Wessels

Melbourne coach Dave Wessels has called on Australia's Super Rugby clubs to present a united front to help the Wallabies, admitting injured Test star Will Genia could have played for the Rebels against the Blues on Saturday.

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203dSam Bruce and John Goliath

R15 rebooted: Rampaging Retallick unrivalled

The Waratahs were hoping to add the Chiefs to their list of victims after ending the trans-Tasman streak in Sydney last week. And they would have, too, had it not been for the game's premier lock: Brodie Retallick.

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210dSam Bruce and John Goliath

R14 rebooted: Australia's drought breakers

After 40 games, Australia finally saw the end of their New Zealand hoodoo with the Waratahs putting on a slick display to thump the Highlanders, while the deliberate knockdown debate continues to rage.

2018 RankingsSuper Rugby

  • REBEL8th
    TRIES SCORED 1st Crusaders : 77 Tries Scored
  • REBEL9th
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Crusaders : 247 Points Difference