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The Reds have played the Jaguares twice in Super Rugby since 2017, Queensland has won once and lost once.

As a result, the Reds have a 50/50 record against the Jaguares, but both of those previous matches were played in Buenos Aires.

  • This match will be the third Super Rugby meeting between the Reds and Jaguares, the first in Queensland.
  • The Reds have won six of their last nine Super Rugby games on home turf against teams from outside Australia, including their previous two on the bounce.
  • The Jaguares have won six of their last seven Super Rugby games, including their previous two on the bounce.
  • No team has scored more tries within the final quarter of games this Super Rugby season than the Jaguares (15).
  • Queensland Reds’ Samu Kerevi is the only player to have scored 5+ tries and provided 5+ try assists in Super Rugby 2019 – he’s currently registered five of each.

Match detail

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Scott Higginbotham walks out with his infant son for his 100th Super Rugby match.

1.00: PEEEEP! We underway in Brisbane, Queensland.

3.00: Jock Campbell latches onto Matt McGahan’s cross-kick and breaks forward. Campbell kicks inside for Samu Kerevi, but the Jaguares get back and clean up.

5.00: Guido Petti wins the turnover and penalty at the ruck.

7.00: A couple of reset scrum because the pitch is breaking up underfoot.

9.00: The Reds are back inside Los Jaguares’ 22, they have gone nine phases, building patiently.

10.00: Jaguares win the turnover and clear.

12.00: Free kick to the Reds at the scrum.

14.00: TRY! Kervi breaks a tackle and bursts into the opposition’s 22. He broke Creevy’s tackle and raced towards the cover defender before playing his partner Chris Feauai-Sautia under the posts. 5-0

15.00: CONVERSION! Bryce Hegarty, playing fullback tonight, adds the extras. 7-0

16.00: The Jaguares get a kickable penalty. Joaquin Diaz Bonilla will take a shot.

17.00: PENALTY! Diaz Bonilla opens his team’s account. 7-3

20.00: Queensland are dominating the contest, they are having a good time in the scrums, too. Hegarty has a chance to increase the lead with a penalty from in front.

21.00: PENALTY! He makes no mistake. 10-3

23.00: Jaguares clear after a Reds infringement inside their 22.

24.00: TRY! Unbelievable! Santiago Carreras scores his first Super Rugby try with some fancy footwork to keep the ball in play after Juan Cruz Mallia’s grubber in behind the opposition’s back three. The attack started when the Reds fluffed their lineout inside their half, and the ball was snapped up by the South Americans. 10-8

26.00: MISS! The kick is no good. 10-8

29.00: The Jaguares steal possession from the Reds, and start a counter-attack on halfway.

31.00: the game has reached the half-hour; it’s an arm-wrestle.

33.00: The visitors go close after a turnover; however, Higginbotham intercepts, starting a counter that ends with an Argentinian lineout.

34.00: Gonzalo Quesada’s men win a penalty and they kick to the corner.

35.00: The Jaguares’ forwards botch the driving maul after Jaco Peyper decides that Tomas Lezana was not bound by his shoulder, but his hand, as well as being in front of the ball carrier. Dodgy call.

37.00: TRY! Felipe Ezcurra throws a dummy and darts through Taniela Tupou’s tackle to score. Daiz Bonilla’s magical no-look over-the-shoulder inside pass to Mallia, was glorious, setting up the score. 10-13

39.00: CONVERSION! Diaz Bonilla adds the extras. 10-15

40.00: Penalty to the Reds for a ruck infringement. Hegarty calls for the tee, and the hooter sounds.

41.00: PENALTY! He slots the long-range kick to make it a two-point ball-game. 13-15

The halftime score was Reds 13 Jaguares 15

41.00: PEEEEP! We are back underway in Australia.

44.00: both teams making some early changes. The game plans are to play the percentages because the kicking continues.

45.00: Scrum-penalty to the Reds. Hegarty calls for the tee.

46.00: PENALTY! Hegarty puts Queensland back in front. 16-15

48.00: A poor throw to the lineout from Creevy gives Brad Thorn’s men possession. Kerevi thinks he’s away, but Lukhan Salakaia-Loto’s hand knocked the ball forward in contact. Scrum to the tourists, who win a free kick.

49.00: Superb work by Liam Wright to win the penalty at the next ruck. Hegarty boots his team into the opposition’s 22.

50.00: Petti concedes a penalty for a lineout infringement; Queensland kick to the corner, they want a driving maul.

51.00: BIG DEFENCE from the Jaguares pack. They pushed the Reds’ maul out into touch. Queensland could not recycle the ball quick enough to the back, allowing the visitors to shove the maul out. A scuffle breaks out on cue.

52.00: Salakaia-Loto takes a shot to the jaw from team-mate Alex Mafi, he has to leave for an HIA.

54.00: The Reds are shipping penalties as the Jaguares attack inside their 22.

55.00: TRY! A 16-phase attack ends with Julian Montoya crashing over for his fifth Super Rugby try. The hooker carried three times and played a deft flick-on pass to Mayco Vivas, in the build-up, that got the South Americans over the advantage line. 16-20

56.00: CONVERSION! The conversion is good. 16-22

59.00: Queensland has a lineout on halfway. The hosts go four phases before conceding a ruck-penalty after the ball carrier was isolated.

60.00: Two side entry penalties by Thorn’s men allow the Jaguares to kick to midway of the Reds’ 22. The South American’s maul is looking good.

62.00: Higginbotham races out the line, make the tackle and Wright pilfers another penalty at the ruck. It was too slow and scrappy by the visitors.

63.00: Salakaia-Loto is back after passing his HIA.

64.00: The Reds are kicking away vital possession, the game clock is running down and they look short of ideas.

65.00: Mafi’s throw into the lineout is not straight. The Jaguares have an attacking scrum just outside their opponent’s 22.

67.00: Reds carry the ball over their goal-line giving the Argentinians a five-metre scrum under the posts.

68.00: Queensland survive! It was poor from the Jaguares, who get isolated in the traffic, and it’s that man Wright in the right place again. Hegarty clears the danger for his side; they are still in this.

70.00: TRY! The ball was recycled quickly to Marcos Kremer, who bashed through Scott Malolua’s tackle to extend the lead after a driving maul. The lineout came from another scrum-penalty conceded by the Reds. 16-27

71.00: CONVERSION! The kick is good. 16-29

74.00: Peyper has to talk to the skippers about the disciplinary issue by the sides. Higginbotham is penalised. The Jaguares opt for a scrum.

77.00: TRY! Jock Campbell looks to have scored; the ref awards the try, but he is going to the TMO, anyway. Yes, it’s good. It’s close in Queensland. 21-29

78.00: CONVERSION! Hegarty slots the touchline kick to give his side hope. 23-29

79.00: TRY! Carreras intercepts, and races away to break Reds’ hearts. 23-34

82.00: MISS! The kick is wide, but no matter.

FULL TIME

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The final score is Reds 23 (13) Jaguares 34 (15)

Scorers

Reds
Tries – Feauai-Sautia, Campbell
Pen – Hegarty (2)
Con – Hegarty (2)
Drop –
Cards –

Jaguares
Tries – Carreras (2), Ezcurra, Montoya, Kremer
Pen – Diaz Bonilla
Con – Diaz Bonilla (3)
Drop –
Cards –

Match Officials
Referee: Jaco Peyper
Assistant Ref 1: Egon Seconds
Assistant Ref 2: Paul Williams
TMO: James Leckie

Teams

Reds

15 Bryce Hegarty, 14 Jock Campbell, 13 Chris Feauai-Sautia, 12 Samu Kerevi (captain), 11 Filipo Daugunu, 10 Matt McGahan, 9 Tate McDermott, 8 Scott Higginbotham, 7 Liam Wright, 6 Angus Scott-Young, 5 Lukhan Salakaia-Loto, 4 Angus Blyth, 3 Taniela Tupou, 2 Brandon Paenga-Amosa, 1 JP Smith

Replacements: 16 Alex Mafi, 17 Ruan Smith, 18 Gav Luka, 19 Harry Hockings, 20 Adam Korczyk, 21 Scott Malolua, 22 Duncan Paia’aua, 23 Hamish Stewart

Jaguares

15 Juan Cruz Mallia, 14 Santiago Carreras, 13 Matias Moroni, 12 Matias Orlando (captain), 11 Ramiro Moyano, 10 Joaquin Diaz Bonilla, 9 Felipe Ezcurra, 8 Javier Ortega Desio, 7 Tomas Lezana, 6 Guido Petti, 5 Tomas Lavanini, 4 Lucas Paulos, 3 Lucio Sordoni, 2 Agustin Creevy, 1 Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro.

Replacements: 16 Julian Montoya, 17 Mayco Vivas, 18 Enrique Pieretto, 19 Marcos Kremer, 20 Juan Manuel Leguizamon , 21 Pablo Matera, 22 Tomas Cubelli, 23 Jeronimo De La Fuente.

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