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Queensland Reds Vs Brumbies

Super Rugby Round 10 Online Live

at 19:20 Local On 5 September 2020

 

On Saturday 5 September 2020 the Brumbies Vs Queensland Reds are going to battle with each other in the 2020 Super Rugby AU round 10. Watch Reds Vs Brumbies rugby Hd live streaming on all kinds of smart devices around the world. The Queensland Reds Vs Brumbies week 10 Super rugby match kick-off time is 19:20 Local and it will be taking place at the Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane. SuperRugbyOnline.net provides a premium subscription at a very cheap price, where you can watch all rugby matches and other sports live all over the world. Join today here and enjoy unlimited fun.

Game: Queensland Reds Vs Brumbies
Event: 2020 Super Rugby
Location: Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Date:  5 September 2020

After the fifth round of the Super Rugby AU 2020 at the Canberra Gio Stadium, Brumbies remained unbeaten on the edge of Reds 22-20. The Brumbies won the Derby championship for the ninth consecutive time and continued to beat the Australian team. This defeat extended the Queensland Reds’ losing streak in Canberra to seven games, and they defeated the campaign in a dramatic way for the first time.

 

Final Score: Brumbies 22 (14) Reds 20 (3)

Scorers
Brumbies
Tries – Fainga’a (2), McInerney,
Pen – Kuenzle, Hansen
Con – Kuenzle (2)
Drop –
Cards –
Reds
Tries – Wilson, Scott-Young
Pen – O’Connor (2)
Con – O’Connor (2)
Drop –
Cards –

Match Officials
Referee: Nic Berry
Assistant Ref 1: Jordan Way
Assistant Ref 2: Reuben Keane
TMO: Ian Smith

TEAMS

Brumbies: Scott Sio, Pete Samu, Allan Alaalatoa (captain), Tevita Kuridrani, Will Miller, Tom Banks, Folau Fainga’a, Tom Wright, Solomone Kata, Joe Powell, Darcy Swain, Bayley Kuenzle, Nick Frost, Irae Simone, Rob Valetini.

Replacements: Mack Hansen, Tom Ross, Lachlan McCaffrey, James Slipper, Andy Muirhead, Tom Cusack, Issak Fines, Connal McInerney.

Queensland: Harry Wilson, Angus Blyth, Chris Feauai-Sautia, Dane Zander, Jock Campbell, Angus Scott-Young, Lukhan Salakaia-Loto, Filipo Daugunu, Hunter Paisaimi, Scott Malolua, James O’Connor, Brandon Paenga-Amosa, Liam Wright, Hamish Stewart, Taniela Tupou.

Replacements: Ryan Smith, Tate McDermott, Feao Fotuaika, Bryce Hegarty, Alex Mafi, Jordan Petaia, Jack Straker, Fraser McReight.