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Melbourne Rebels centre Mitch Inman has signed with newly promoted Top 14 outfit Oyonnax.
Rebels coach Tony McGahan will finish his tenure at the end of the season, the struggling Super Rugby team said.
The Melbourne Rebels have secured talented Australian Under-20s scrumhalf Harrison Goddard for two years, signing until the end of 2019.
The Rebels have signed Australian Sevens star Henry Hutchison for the 2018 and 2019 Super Rugby seasons.
Former England lock Geoff Parling has signed to play for the Melbourne Rebels in 2018, even though they are facing the Super Rugby axe.
The Brumbies secured first place in the Australian Conference with a 32-3 bonus-point victory over the Rebels in Canberra.
The Rebels welcome back Lopeti Timani from a head knock for Saturday night’s game against the Brumbies.
Brumbies head coach Stephen Larkham has made one enforced change to the starting line-up for the clash against the Melbourne Rebels.
Rebels and Wallabies back rower Sean McMahon has been ruled out of the June Test series and could be out for up to eight weeks.
Rebels flank Sean McMahon's injury woes continue as he suffered a dislocated elbow in the 41-19 loss to the Crusaders on Saturday.
The Crusaders made it 13 wins out of 13 when they beat the Rebels 41-19 at AAMI Stadium in Melbourne on Saturday.
The Rebels have made five changes to the starting line-up for Saturday night's clash with the undefeated Crusaders at AAMI Park in Melbourne.
Wallabies and Melbourne Rebels backrow Sean McMahon is set to make a decision on his future within the next few weeks.
The Waratahs have beaten the Rebels in an all Australian Super Rugby derby, running out easy winners in Sydney.
The Melbourne Rebels have played another card in their efforts to preserve their Super Rugby status for 2018.
The Melbourne Rebels have made nine changes for Sunday's game against the Waratahs at Allianz Stadium in Sydney.
5 talking points: Super Rugby Week 15
SA Rugby need to cut two Super Rugby teams for next year's tournament. Help them out!
Cut the Cheetahs and Kings and divide their players among the other 4 franchises
Cheetahs to join the Lions to form the Cats, Kings axed
Cheetahs to join the Lions to form the Cats, Kings to join either Sharks or Stormers
Kings to join the Sharks or Stormers, Cheetahs axed
Merge the Lions & Bulls and Cheetahs & Kings
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