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    TEAM HUB: All the Super Rugby AU team lineups for round two

    Today at 10:00 AM Super Rugby - AU
    by RUGBY.com.au staff

    It's team announcement day!

    All the Super Rugby AU teams for round two right here.

    REBELS vs REDS

    Friday July 10, 7:05pm AEST, Brookvale Oval, LIVE on Foxtel, Foxtel Now and Kayo Sports

    Rebels to face Reds
    Campbell Magnay comes into the Rebels team for the first time this year as they face the Reds.
    Magnay had battled with a mysterious migraine problem through Super Rugby earlier this year but has been cleared to return.
    He will replace Reece Hodge at 13 for the Brookvale Oval clash and Andrew Deegan drops out of the 23.
    Coach Dave Wessels said the move was one to manage the load of both players, with Hodge also encountering some injury issues this year, and to bring some extra physicality.
    "Campbell's obviously coming back from a long injury layoff and Hodgey had some injuries before the break, so t's probably just a case of managing both their loads," he said.
    "They've both had a huge workload over the last couple of weeks and both will be important for us during this campaign. Fortunate they're both really good players.
    "Campbell brings something different in terms of his size and physicality and Hodgey will certainly see a fair bit of time at the back end of the game so we're lucky to have those options."

    IN: Campbell Magnay
    OUT: Andrew Deegan

    1. Matt Gibbon
    2. Jordan Uelese
    3. Pone Fa’amausili
    4. Matt Philip
    5. Michael Stolberg
    6. Josh Kemeny
    7. Richard Hardwick
    8. Michael Wells (VC)
    9. Ryan Louwrens
    10. Matt Toomua (VC)
    11. Marika Koroibete
    12. Billy Meakes
    13. Campbell Magnay
    14. Andrew Kellaway
    15. Dane Haylett-Petty ©
    Reserves
    16. Efitusi Ma’afu
    17. Cameron Orr
    18. Jermaine Ainsley
    19. Trevor Hosea
    20. Esei Haangana
    21. Frank Lomani
    22. Rob Leota
    23. Reece Hodge

    Reds to face Rebels

    Queensland have kept an unchanged 23 after holding out the Waratahs in round one.
    Lock Angus Blyth was the only player under an injury cloud after a head knock last weekend but he has been cleared to return to his starting spot on Friday night.
    No changes

    1. Harry Hoopert (FR)
    2. Brandon Paenga-Amosa (FR)
    3. Taniela Tupou (FR)
    4. Angus Blyth
    5. Lukhan Salakaia-Loto
    6. Liam Wright (c)
    7. Fraser McReight
    8. Harry Wilson
    9. Tate McDermott
    10. James O’Connor
    11. Filipo Daugunu
    12. Hamish Stewart
    13. Hunter Paisami
    14. Jock Campbell
    15. Bryce Hegarty
    Reserves
    16. Alex Mafi
    17. JP Smith
    18. Josh Nasser
    19. Tuaina Taii Tualima
    20. Angus Scott-Young
    21. Scott Malolua
    22. Chris Feauai-Sautia
    23. Josh Flook



    WARATAHS vs FORCE


    Saturday July 11, 7:15pm AEST, SCG, LIVE on Foxtel, Foxtel Now and Kayo Sports

    Waratahs to face the Force
    Karmichael Hunt will return to the Waratahs side in the only change to their 23 for this weekend.
    IN: Karmichael Hunt
    OUT: Ben Donaldson/Tepai Moeroa

    1. Angus Bell
    2. Robbie Abel
    3. Harry Johnson-Holmes
    4. Ned Hanigan
    5. Rob Simmons (c)
    6. Lachlan Swinton
    7. Michael Hooper
    8. Will Harris
    9. Mitch Short
    10. Will Harrison
    11. Mark Nawaqanitawase
    12. Joey Walton
    13. Alex Newsome (vc)
    14. James Ramm
    15. Jack Maddocks
    Reseves
    16. Tom Horton (FR)
    17. Tetera Faulkner (FR)
    18. Tiaan Tauakipulu (FR)
    19. Tom Staniforth
    20. Jack Dempsey
    21. Michael McDonald
    22. Ben Donaldson/Tepai Moeroa
    23. Karmichael Hunt

    Force to play Waratahs

    Recruits Jono Lance, Greg Holmes and Kyle Godwin have all been put straight into the Force 23 for their first Super Rugby AU clash.
    The trio have arrived back in Perth in the past month after stints overseas and will bring valuable experience to a fairly young squad.
    IN: N/A
    OUT: N/A

    1. Angus Wagner
    2. Feleti Kaitu’u
    3. Kieran Longbottom
    4. Jeremy Thrush
    5. Fergus Lee Warner
    6. Henry Stowers
    7. Tevin Ferris
    8. Brynard Stander
    9. Ian Prior
    10. Jono Lance
    11. Brad Lacey
    12. Nick Jooste
    13. Marcel Brache
    14. Byron Ralston
    15. Jack McGregor
    Reserves
    16. Andrew Ready
    17. Chris Heiberg
    18. Greg Holmes
    19. Johan Bardoul
    20. Ollie Callan
    21. Jacob Abel
    22. Henry Taefu
    23. Kyle Godwin

    https://www.rugby.com.au/news/2020/0...eams-round-two

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    That's a pretty good looking side for us. Very interesting to see Kaitu'u leapfrog Tessman and Ready.
    Also interesting having Taefu and Godwin on the bench as I would think they largely cover the same position (12 the preferred position for both I would think).

    Apparently we're at pretty long odds (Force at about $4+), but looking at the teams you;d think we were a fair shot at winning this one. Plus surely the boys will be super fired up and have done a lot of analysis on the Tahs...

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    I think that's pretty much the perfect team list for us. The only run on start goes to jono, which I think covers our biggest issue. Interesting that no cover has been added for 10 though, it'll be a case of jono playing 80 or cover from the field. You could potentially cover 10 with Jack and put kyle into fullback, because he and taefs cover pretty much everything outside of 10.

    Tahs to start fast and fade in the face of an actual committed defense with the force storming home to win by 2 tries

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    Jack and Ian cover 10.

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    Jeez i wonder Deegs wishes he was back playing for us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boof1050 View Post
    Jeez i wonder Deegs wishes he was back playing for us.
    Yep for sure, can’t blame him for taking his chances but he must be wishing he had a crystal ball last year.

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    As much as I dislike all things Queensland I couldn't tip the Rabble and had to go the reds...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chopper1 View Post
    As much as I dislike all things Queensland I couldn't tip the Rabble and had to go the reds...
    Fair enough. Yallingup's in Queensland isn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shasta View Post
    Fair enough. Yallingup's in Queensland isn't it?

    If it was in Qld I would have to move again...

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    10 mins in and I don't think Clark has missed mentioning any Force player who was born, played, holidayed or even transited in NSW. Same shit, same boring wanker. Give it to em boys!!

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    The boys doing well out there.

    Would've liked to keep 'em out at the death, but if they keep going the way the are in the second half we'll get the reward.

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    New front row on. See how they go.

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    Not sure what is worse— not playing for 3 years , or losing to the tahs

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    Would have preferred a win but still pleased with how the boys performed. Look forward to next week.

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    Yep,top effort by the boys. But KHunt's 28 kicks got a lot of pay for the Tahds...

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