April 09, 2021
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Lomani retained at wing for Rebels

Flying Fijians halfback is adapting well at the winger's position with the Melbourne Rebels and will again start on the right wing against the Western Force in Round 8 of Super Rugby AU tonight.

Lomani was shifted to the wing last week against the Queensland Reds and the 24-year-old did not disappoint at all as he delivered a man of the match performance and also scored a try.

Fellow Fijian Marika Koroibete will be on the left wing for the Rebels.

The Rebels will be chasing their thirteenth victory against their top-3 rival, though with eight of their last nine Super Rugby encounters being decided by single-figure margins.

The match kicks off at 7:45pm.

Rebels starting XV: Cabous Eloff , James Hanson, Pone Faamausili, Robert Leota, Trevor Hosea, Joshua Kemeny, Richard Hardwick, Michael Wells (VC), Joe Powell, Matt To’omua (C), Marika Koroibete, Lewis Holland, Stacey Ili, Frank Lomani, Reece Hodge (VC).

By Romeka Romena  

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