15Dane Haylett-Petty, FB
14Jack Maddocks, W
14Jack McGregor, W
13Tom English, C
12Bill Meakes, C
11Marika Koroibete, W
10Jack Debreczeni, FH
9Will Genia, SH
1Tetera Faulkner, P
2Anaru Rangi, H
3Sam Talakai, P
4Geoff Parling, L
5Adam Coleman, L
6Ross Haylett-Petty, FL
7Richard Hardwick, FL
8Amanaki Mafi, N8
16Jordan Uelese, R
17Ben Daley, R
18Jermaine Ainsley, R
19Matt Philip, R
20Colby Fainga'a, R
21Lopeti Timani, R
22Michael Ruru, R
23Sefanaia Naivalu, R

*Players currently on the pitch are shown in bold

Game Info

Venue: AAMI Park
3:15 PM, April 14, 2018
Capacity: 30,050

Rebels blow Super lead in Jaguares loss

Melbourne's second-half woes have continued to plague their Super Rugby season with the Jaguares surging to a heartbreaking 25-22 win in their AAMI Park clash.

Match Commentary

81'+322-25 End of second half
77'Player substituted - Santiago Garcia Botta , Jaguares
77'Substitute on - Javier Manuel Diaz , Jaguares

Match Stats

375Meters Run382
9Clean Breaks11
26Missed Tackles18
8Turnover Knock On9


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