Waratahs still unbeaten v Rebels

THE Waratahs held on to their unbeaten record against the Rebels with a 19-35 bonus point Super Rugby victory in Melbourne.

The Waratahs have now played the Melbourne Rebels three times and won all three matches.

Waratahs centre Tom Carter scored a brace of tries with fullback Bernard Foley scoring the bonus point after prop Sekope Kepu had scored his first ever Super Rugby try.

The Rebels got their first try ever against the Waratahs when they were awarded a penalty try after Tatafu Polota-Nau pulled down the maul.

The Rebels made too many errors to put concerted pressure on the Waratahs.

Read the full match report at the Super XV website.

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