Round 2 Team Lists: Sky Super Rugby Trans-Tasman

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Hurricanes v Rebels

Friday 21 May, 7:05pm, Sky Stadium Wellington

Played: 8

Won: Hurricanes 7, Rebels 1

Last match: Hurricanes 29 Rebels 19 (4 May 2019)

Referee: Graham Cooper

Statchat (Opta): Marika Koroibete (Rebels) has made more carries (20) and beaten more defenders (11) within his own 22m zone in Super Rugby since the beginning of the year than any other player.

 

TEAMS

 

Hurricanes: 1. Xavier Numia 2. Dane Coles © 3. Tyrel Lomax 4. James Blackwell 5. Scott Scrafton 6. Reed Prinsep 7. Du’Plessis Kirifi 8. Devan Flanders 9. Jonathan Taumateine 10. Orbyn Leger 11. Wes Goosen 12. Ngani Laumape 13. Billy Proctor 14. Julian Savea 15. Jordie Barrett

 

Reserves: 16. Asafo Aumua 17. Pouri Rakete-Stones 18. Alex Fidow 19. Liam Mitchell 20. Brayden Iose 21. Gareth Evans 22. Cam Roigard 23. Lolagi Visinia

 

Rebels: 1. Cameron Orr 2. Jordan Uelese 3. Cabous Eloff 4. Robert Leota 5. Trevor Hosea 6. Michael Wells (VC) 7. Joshua Kemeny 8. Isi Naisarani 9. Joe Powell 10. Carter Gordon 11. Marika Koroibete 12. Matt To’omua © 13. Campbell Magnay 14. Andrew Kellaway 15. George Worth

 

Reserves: 16. James Hanson 17. Matt Gibbon 18. Lucio Sordoni 19. Ross Haylett-Petty 20. Richard Hardwick 21. James Tuttle 22. Stacey Ili 23. Frank Lomani

 

 

Force v Highlanders

Friday 21 May, 9:45pm, HBF Park Perth

Played: 11

Won: Force 6, Highlanders 5

Last match: Highlanders 55 Force 6 (20 May 2017)

Referee: Nic Berry

Statchat (Opta): The Highlanders have won their last three Super Rugby games on the bounce against the Western Force, including a fixture-record 55-6 win in their last encounter in 2017.

 

TEAMS

 

Force: 1. Tom Robertson 2. Feleti Kaitu’u 3. Santiago Medrano 4. Jeremy Thursh 5. Sitaleki Timani 6. Fergus Lee-Warner 7. Kane Koteka 8. Tim Anstee 9. Tomas Cubelli 10. Jake McIntyre 11. Jordan Olowofela 12. Henry Taefu 13. Kyle Godwin © 14. Richard Kahui 15. Rob Kearney

 

Reserves: 16. Andrew Ready 17. Angus Wagner 18. Greg Holmes 19. Ryan McCauley 20. Brynard Stander 21. Ian Prior 22. Dominigo Miotti 23. Jack Strachan

 

Highlanders: 1. Ayden Johnstone 2. Ash Dixon (cc) 3. Siate Tokolahi 4. Pari Pari Parkinson 5. Bryn Evans 6. Shannon Frizell 7. Billy Harmon 8. Hugh Renton 9. Aaron Smith (cc) 10. Mitch Hunt 11. Jona Nareki 12. Scott Gregory 13. Michael Collins 14. Patelesio Tomkinson 15. Sam Gilbert

 

Reserves: 16. Liam Coltman 17. Ethan De Groot 18. Josh Hohneck 19. Josh Dickson 20. Kazuki Himeno 21. Kayne Hammington 22. Josh Ioane 23. Ngatungane Punivai

 

Blues v Waratahs

Saturday 22 May, 4:35pm, Eden Park Auckland

Played: 25

Won: Blues 17, Waratahs 8

Last match: Blues 32 Waratahs 12 (8 February 2020)

Referee: Brendon Pickerill

Statchat (Opta): Only once in Super Rugby history have the Waratahs won an away game against the Blues (27-22 in 2009). All their 11 remaining attempts have ended in defeat.

 

TEAMS

 

Blues: 1. Karl Tu’inukuafe 2. Kurt Eklund 3. Ofa Tuungafasi 4. Gerard Cowley-Tuioti 5. Josh Goodhue 6. Tom Robinson © 7. Blake Gibson 8. Akira Ioane 9. Finlay Christie 10. Otere Black 11. AJ Lam 12. TJ Faiane 13. Rieko Ioane 14. Bryce Heem 15. Zarn Sullivan

 

Reserves: 16. Soane Vikena 17. Alex Hodgman 18. Marcel Renata 19. Patrick Tuipulotu 20. Dalton Papalii 21. Sam Nock 22. Harry Plummer 23. Jacob Ratumaitavuki-Kneepkens*

*debut

 

Waratahs: 1. Angus Bell 2. David Porecki 3. Harry Johnson-Holmes 4. Hugh Sinclair 5. Max Douglas 6. Lachlan Swinton 7. Charlie Gamble 8. Will Harris 9. Jake Gordon © 10. Ben Donaldson 11. James Turner 12. Lalakai Foketi 13. Izaia Perese 14. Alex Newsome 15. Jack Maddocks

 

Reserves: 16. Joe Cotton 17. Te Tera Faulkner 18. Darcy Breen 19. Jack Whetton 20. Jack Dempsey 21. Carlo Tizzano 22. Jack Grant 23. Will Harrison

 

 

Chiefs v Brumbies

Saturday 22 May, 7:05pm, FMG Stadium Waikato

Played: 27

Won: Chiefs 11, Brumbies 15, 1 draw

Last match: Brumbies 26 Chiefs 14 (22 February 2020)

Referee: Ben O’Keeffe

Statchat (Opta): The Brumbies have won their last two Super Rugby games on the bounce against the Chiefs. The last and only time they won more in succession against them was a six-game stretch from 2000-2004.

 

TEAMS

 

Chiefs: 1. Aidan Ross 2. Samisoni Taukei’aho 3. Sione Mafileo 4. Josh Lord 5. Tupou Vaa’i 6. Liam Messam 7. Lachlan Boshier 8. Luke Jacobson 9. Brad Weber © 10. Damian McKenzie 11. Jonah Lowe 12. Alex Nankivell 13. Anton Lienert-Brown 14. Bailyn Sullivan 15. Chase Tiatia

 

Reserves: 16. Bradley Slater 17. Ollie Norris 18. Atu Moli 19. Zane Kapeli 20. Pita Gus Sowakula 21. Xavier Roe 22. Rameka Poihipi 23. Kaleb Trask

 

Brumbies: 1. Scott Sio 2. Lachlan Lonergan 3. Allan Alaalatoa 4. Darcy Swain 5. Nick Frost 6. Henry Stowers 7. Rory Scott 8. Rob Valetini 9. Ryan Lonergan 10. Noah Lolesio 11. Tom Wright 12. Irae Simone 13. Len Ikitau 14. Solomone Kata 15. Tom Banks

 

Reserves: 16. Connal McInerney 17. Harry Lloyd 18. Tom Ross 19. Tom Hooper 20. Tom Cusack 21. Issak Fines-Leleiwasa 22. Bayley Kuenzle 23. Mack Hansen

 

Reds v Crusaders

Saturday 22 May, 9:45pm, Suncorp Stadium Brisbane

Played: 26

Won: Reds 6, Crusaders 20

Last match: Crusaders 24 Reds 20 (6 March 2020)

Referee: Mike Fraser

Statchat (Opta): The Queensland Reds have won their last 11 consecutive Super Rugby games on home turf and a 12th straight home win would set a new club record in the competition.

 

TEAMS

 

Reds: 1. Dane Zander 2. Brandon Paenga-Amosa 3. Taniela Tupou 4. Ryan Smith 5. Lukhan Salakaia-Loto 6. Liam Wright (cc) 7. Fraser McReight 8. Harry Wilson 9. Tate McDermott 10. James O’Connor (cc) 11. Jock Campbell 12. Hamish Stewart 13. Hunter Paisami 14. Suliasi Vunivalu 15. Bryce Hegarty

 

Reserves: 16. Alex Mafi 17. Harry Hoopert 18. Feao Fotuaika 19. Seru Uru 20. Angus Scott-Young 21. Kalani Thomas 22. Isaac Henry 23. Filipo Daugunu

 

Crusaders: 1. George Bower 2. Codie Taylor © 3. Oliver Jager 4. Mitchell Dunshea 5. Samuel Whitelock 6. Whetukamokamo Douglas 7. Ethan Blackadder 8. Cullen Grace 9. Mitchell Drummond 10. Richie Mo’unga 11. Leicester Fainga’anuku 12. David Havili 13. Braydon Ennor 14. Sevu Reece 15. Will Jordan

 

Reserves: 16. Brodie McAlister 17. Tamaiti Williams 18. Michael Alaalatoa 19. Quinten Strange 20. Sione Havili Talitui 21. Bryn Hall 22. Dallas McLeod 23. Manasa Mataele

 

 

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