Super Rugby 2019 live: Hurricanes v Jaguares in Wellington

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Hurricanes 20 - 28 Jaguares

Full-time here at the Cake Tin - stay tuned for the match wrap. 

83 min: TRY - Hurricanes, Kane Le'aupepe gets the final try for the Hurricanes, pick and go for the Canes and he goes over. Kick is good. Hurricanes 20 - 28 Jaguares. 

80 min: Hooter goes as the Hurricanes win another penalty. 

79 min: The Hurricanes go close - but they cant seem to finish much off. 

78 min: Penalty goes to the Hurricanes and they are on the charge. 

76 min: After going so close in Dunedin last week - it looks like the Jaguares will take the win in the capital tonight. 

71 min: It's all Jaguares here- everything they're doing is turning to gold. Great kick through puts Smith under pressure and he runs the ball out. 

69 min: Turnover is good from the Hurricanes they win a penalty but there is another kick that doesn't go out. 

66 min: TRY - Jaguares. Huge break through the middle from Ramiro Moyano, and the Jaguares are set - they recycle to set up Julian Montoya - what a try! Kick is good. Hurricanes 13 - 28 Jaguares. 

63 min: The Hurricanes look to run the ball under advantage from their own 22 - but they win a penalty, kick for touch, it doesn't go out again.  

61 min: More poor play from the Hurricanes and the crowd let the boos go. Jaguares look solid on defence. 

58 min: Poor lineout from the Hurricanes - the Jaguares gather and clear. 

57 min: Huge scrum from the Canes - and they win a penalty on half way. 

54 min: Really sloppy from both sides in the middle of the park - playing into the hands of the Jaguares, but it's not pretty. 

50 min: TRY - Hurricanes, a well worked try for the hosts - it was sloppy before this, but TJ Perenara tidies up well and finds Laumape who scores out wide. Kick is wide. Hurricanes 13 - 21 Jaguares.  

49 min: Scrappy from the Hurricanes as they search for the first points of the half. 

47 min: Really nice work from the Canes - Kirifi wins the penalty a much needed one for the hosts. 

45 min: Great work from the Jaguares - they win a turnover and send a kick deep into the Canes' part of the field. 

41 min: Back underway for the second half. 


41 min: The Hurricanes turn the ball over on the line - big let off for the Jaguares and they will go to the break. 

39 min: The Hurricanes win themselves a penalty on half way. They kick for touch and look to score a try before half-time. Great kick. 

36 min: Ardie Savea takes a quick tap, dont know if that was the right decision, anyway they knock the ball on and the Jaguares have the scrum. 

34 min: TRY - Jaguares. What a play from the halfback Tomas Cubelli who intercepts the lineout. They regather and score through their captain Jeronimo de la Fuente. Kick is good. Hurricanes 8 - 21 Jaguares. 

33 min: What a tackle from TJ Perenara in defence - the Jaguares go through and the little halfback makes a try saver.

32 min: Aumua goes for a big run down the wing and he runs straight over a Jaguares player, but great work at the breakdown wins a penalty for the Jaguares. 

31 min: Another penalty for the Canes, but their kick doesn't go out, big mistake. 

28 min: They take the shot and it's over . Hurricanes 8 - 14 Jaguares. 

28 min: Penalty to the Canes - off his feet was the call. 

25 min: TRY - Jaguares, the visitors stick to what they know - a big lineout drive and it's Creevy who score - kick is good. Hurricanes 5 - 14 Jaguares. 

24 min: Penalty Jaguares - they kick for touch and will look for more points. Barrett back on the field now. 

23 min: Jaguares are kicking far too much in my opinion - with the man advantage - they should be running, running and running. 

The jersey's are looking very similiar here in Wellington - lots of chat about it on Twitter. Canes in yellow, Jaguares in yellowy-orange.

18 min: The visitors are well up for this and will look to make the most of the man advantage. 

14 min: TRY - Jaguares, penalty try as Jordie Barrett is given a yellow card for hitting the ball dead, Rugby League style - can't do that in this game. Try time. Hurricanes 5 - 7 Jaguares.

13 min: Penalty to the Jaguares - they kick for touch. 

11 min: Creevy wins a turnover for the visitors and they are hot on attack and will have a lineout 35m out from the Hurricanes' line. 

10 min: The Jaguares win the lineout against the throw - they clear and now the Canes have the ball. 

7 min: The Hurricanes are back on attack and looking to add to their lead, it's all the men in yellow to start this one. 

3 min: The Hurricanes go close again - another full field attack from the hosts but a grubber goes long, Jaguares scrum.  

1 min: TRY - Hurricanes, wow! What a start for the home side, Jordie Barrett starts the attack of with a gorgeous run through the middle - Ngane Laumape gathers the ball and sends a grubber through to Vaea Fifita who scores. Kick is wide. Hurricanes 5 - 0 Jaguares. 

1 min: Kick off here at the Cake Tin. 


Kia ora, good evening and welcome to Newshub's coverage of the Super Rugby clash between the Hurricanes and the Jaguares from Wellington. 

Pre-game chat: Beauden Barrett rests for Hurricanes against Jaguares

The Hurricanes have chosen to rest first-five Beauden Barrett for their match with the Jaguares in Wellington on Friday.

Barrett will take his second All Blacks stand-down week, allowing James Marshall to slide into the number 10 jersey against the Argentinians.

Marshall's inclusion is one of two changes to the side that beat the Blues in Auckland last week, with Du'Plessis Kirifi returning to the starting 15 for the injured Reed Prinsep.

Prinsep's facial cut sees Ardie Savea move to No.8 and Kirifi slot into openside flanker.

Coach John Plumtree is eager to see what Marshall can produce in a starting capacity, after an injury suffered in the opening round has limited his involvement.

"Beaudy has been playing well and has been crucial to our success," said Plumtree.

"But I'm relying on Jimmy's game nous and ability to be able to run the ship, his communication skills - I can't talk highly enough about his ability to read the play and help others get organised."

There are two other adjustments on the bench as Chris Eves replaces Fraser Armstrong, who has a minor back injury. Salesi Rayasi takes the outside back cover spot from Chase Tiatia, who has a hamstring injury.

Hooker Dane Coles is still steadily working his way back to health, and Plumtree is confident he'll have his regular captain back in time to make the trip to South Africa.

"We're hoping to get him on the plane. We're still treating him pretty lightly. He's had a couple of scans on his back to make sure his back is all good and we've had some good reports around that. 

"We're just taking our time with him. We were hoping he might play a part this weekend, but we're just taking our time."

The Jaguares had won four-straight games before their closely fought loss to the Highlanders in Dunedin last week, and currently sit third in the Soouth African conference.

"The Jags are a tough outfit. A bounce of the ball or a decision going the other way and they could've got a result in Dunedin, and we all know how tough that is."

The Hurricanes are riding a hot streak of their own, and will be looking to secure their sixth consecutive victory when they return to Westpac Stadium on Friday.


Hurricanes: 1-Toby Smith, 2-Asafo Aumua, 3-Jeff To'omaga-Allen, 4-James Blackwell, 5-Isaia Walker-Leaware, 6-Vaea Fifita, 7- Du'Plessis Kirifi, 8- Ardie Savea, 9-TJ Perenara (c), 10- James Marshall, 11-Ben Lam. 12-Ngani Laumape, 13-Matt Proctor, 14-Wes Goosen, 15-Jordie Barrett

Reserves: 16-Ricky Riccitelli, 17- Chris Eves, 18-Ross Geldenhuys, 19-Kane Le'aupepe, 20- Heiden Bedwell-Curtis, 21-Finlay Christie, 22- Fletcher Smith, 23- Salesi Rayasi.

Jaguares: 1-Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro, 2- Agustin Creevy, 3-Enrique Pieretto, 4-Guido Petti, 5-Tomas Lavanini, 6-Pablo Matera, 7-Juan Manuel Leguizamon, 8-Javier Ortega Desio, 9-Tomas Cubelli, 10-Joaquin Diaz Bonilla, 11-Ramiro Moyano, 12-Jeronimo de la Fuente (c),13-Matias Moroni, 14-Sebastian Cancelliere, 15-Emiliano Boffelli.

Reserves: 16-Julian Montoya, 17-Mayco Vivas, 18-Santiago Medrano, 19-Lucas Paulos, 20-Marcos Kremer, 21-Felipe Ezcurra, 22-Domingo Miotti, 23-Matias Orlando.

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