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NSW Waratahs vs Hurricanes: Super Rugby Pacific live scores

14th May, 2022
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NSW Waratahs

18

Match Complete

Hurricanes

22

81
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NSW Waratahs

18

Match Complete

Hurricanes

22

75J. Barrett
74A. Savea
B. Donaldson67
59B. Sullivan
55J. Barrett
43J. Barrett
41T. Mafileo
D. Pietsch35
T. Edmed19
R. Warren-Vosayaco18
T. Edmed3

2
Tries
3
1
Conversions
2
2
Penalty Goals
1
0
Field Goals
0

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Super Rugby Pacific Rond 13 continues with a crucial match as the NSW Waratahs take on the Hurricanes at Leichhardt Oval, Sydney with both sides battling it out for a top four spot. Join The Roar for live scores from 7:45pm AEST.

The fifth placed Tahs have made just one change to their run on side this week as Hugh Sinclair joins the starting fifteen in the second row.

Michael Hooper is still unavailable and so Charlie Gamble will start at openside and Will Harris and Rahboni Warren-Vosayaco will form the rest of an impressive back row.

There’s some welcome strength on the bench as Ned Hanigan and Paddy Ryan rejoin the Tahs and bring some Wallabies experience to the team.

The NSW backline is unchanged and the centres pairing of Lalakai Foketi and Izaia Perese will have important roles to play in both defence and attack.

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The Canes have made more changes to their side, with some players having to miss out due to enforced rest weeks. Up front James Blackwell is back into the second row and Ardie Savea returns to the number eight position. Seeing him up against the Tahs back row will be a great sub plot of this match.

TJ Perenara is rested and so Jamie Booth is back in at scrum half. This isn’t the usual downgrade that one might have thought from previous seasons as TJ has struggled to find his best form this year.

Jordie Barrett is back and into the centres meaning that Billy Proctor shifts to the bench, Julian Savea is on the wing and Bailyn Sullivan will join Barrett in the centres. Seeing those two up against Foketi and Perese is going to be compelling.

There are just three points separating fourth and seventh place on the competition ladder and with the number of games left running out, this is a truly important game for both sides to win, and win well.

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Game Information

Venue: Leichhardt Oval, Sydney
Kick-off: 7:45pm (AEST)
Live stream: Stan Sport
Betting: Waratahs $3.00, Hurricanes $1.38 – odds via PlayUp

Waratahs  (1-15) Angus Bell, Dave Porecki, Archer Holz, Jed Holloway, Hugh Sinclair, Will Harris, Charlie Gamble, Rahboni Warren-Vosayaco, Jake Gordon (c), Tane Edmed, Dylan Pietsch, Lalakai Foketi, Izaia Perese, Mark Nawaqanitawase, Alex Newsome.

Reserves: Mahe Vailanu, Teterta Faulkner, Paddy Ryan, Ned Hanigan, Langi Gleeson, Jack Grant, Ben Donaldson, Triston Reilly.

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Hurricanes (1-15): Xavier Numia, Asafo Aumua, Tyrel Lomax, James Blackwell, Justin Sangster, Blake Gibson, Du’Plessis Kirifi, Ardie Savea (c), Jamie Booth, Aidan Morgan, Salesi Rayasi, Jordie Barrett, Bailyn Sullivan, Julian Savea, Josh Moorby

Reserves: Dane Coles, Tevita Mafielo, Owen Franks, Isaia Walker-Leawere, TK Howden, Cam Roigard, Jackson Garden-Bachop, Billy Proctor.

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