The Hurricanes have played the Rebels 7 times in Super rugby since 2011 and the Hurricanes have won 6 matches, drawn none and lost once. The Hurricanes 6 wins out of 7 matches gives them a record of winning 86% of their matches against the Rebels regardless of venue. This weekend the
The Melbourne Rebels thrashed the Sunwolves 42-15, scoring six tries in the rout at AAMI Park, Melbourne. Reece Hodge scored a hat-trick as well as putting Quade Cooper away for the standoff’s 26th Super Rugby after Billy Meakes crossed. Will Genia scored late in the game after Semisi Masirewa’s early second-half try
#ChangeOneChangeAll Melbourne (Rebels) have played Tokyo (Sunwolves) just three times in Super rugby since they both joined the tournament in 2016. In those three Super rugby matches Melbourne (Rebels) have been the winner in all matches. This weekend the match will be played in Melbourne where the teams have met just once before.
Quade Cooper made a victorious return to Brisbane as the Rebels beat the Reds 32-13 on Saturday. Cooper spent 11 seasons at the Reds, but was frozen out by coach Brad Thorn last year, promoting his move to Melbourne. He and former Reds halfback partner Will Genia were hugely influential on Saturday,
The Melbourne Rebels fought back to beat the Brumbies 29-26, overturning a 16-point first-half deficit at AAMI Park, Melbourne. Jack Maddocks grabbed another brace but it was Will Genia’s performance and some hard running (and finishing) by Marika Koroibete that inspired the comeback. The Brumbies‘ forwards dominated the first half winning a