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Hurricanes unchanged for Waratahs in Sydney

Mark Hammett has stuck with his winning combinations

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Article Published: Wednesday 30 May 2012






Hurricanes coaches Mark Hammett and Alama Ieremia have named an unchanged team to the one that beat the Rebels 66-24 last week for this weekend's clash against the Waratahs in Sydney.

Hammett was reluctant to make changes after the Hurricanes delivered arguably their best performance of the season against the Rebels who two weeks earlier had beaten the Crusaders.

The Waratahs and Hurricanes last played each other in 2010 as the Tahs were the only Australian team the Hurricanes didnít play last year under the new conference format.

The Hurricanes will fancy their chances against the Waratahs as they have lost five matches in a row including their tour matches against the Stormers and Cheetahs in South Africa.

Hurricanes

1. Ben May ,2. Dane Coles ,3. Jeffery Toomaga-Allen ,4. Jeremy Thrush ,5. Jason Eaton ,6. Faifili Levave ,7. Jack Lam ,8. Victor Vito ,9. TJ Perenara ,10. Beauden Barrett ,11. Julian Savea ,12. Tim Bateman ,13. Conrad Smith (c),14. Alapati Leiua ,15. Andre Taylor

Reserves:16. Motu Matuíu ,17. Reg Goodes ,18. James Broadhurst ,19. Brad Shields ,20. Chris Eaton ,21. Tusi Pisi ,22. Jayden Hayward

 
 
 
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