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Tevita Kuridrani of the Brumbies breaks through a tackle to score a try against the Rebels. (Getty)
The ACT Brumbies have bounced back from their heartbreaking loss to the Crusaders to hold out a gritty Melbourne Rebels side at AAMI Park.

James O'Connor. (Getty)
James O'Connor will only be better for his first run in a Queensland Reds jersey, Richard Graham says.

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