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It's all over! The referee has blown their whistle to end the game.

83'

This is dangerous for the defence as Pete Samu bursts through to advance the Australia A attack.

83'
Conversion

James Tuttle converts the try.

81'
Try

Australia A are stopped just a few metres from the try line but Ned Hanigan picks up from the base of the ruck to score the try.

80'

James Tuttle sets up the try.

80'

Joao Belo comes on.

75'

Samuel Marques comes off.

75'

Australia A decide to make a substitution, with James Tuttle getting some game time.

73'

Australia A decide to make a substitution, with Ryan Lonergan being replaced.

73'

Australia A decide to make a substitution, with Corey Toole getting some game time.

73'

Australia A decide to make a substitution, with Dylan Pietsch being replaced.

73'
Penalty Goal

Ryan Lonergan has kicked a penalty goal.

72'

A gap opened in the defence and Darcy Swain took full advantage.

70'

Portugal make a substitution with Duarte Diniz coming on.

68'

Portugal make a substitution with Mike Tadjer coming off.

68'

Portugal make a substitution with Kevin Batista coming on.

68'

Portugal make a substitution with Duarte Torgal coming off.

68'
Penalty Goal

The Australia A supporters go wild as Ryan Lonergan successfully kicks the penalty goal.

68'

Samuel Marques takes the penalty but the ball didn't come round, staying right of the posts.

65'

Portugal sub David Costa comes onto the field.

61'

Francisco Fernandes departs for Portugal.

61'

Australia A sub Folau Fainga'a comes onto the field.

61'

Lachlan Lonergan departs for Australia A.

61'
Penalty Goal

The touch judges raise their flags as Samuel Marques kicks the penalty goal.

61'

Tomas Appleton comes on for Portugal.

58'

Jose Lima leaves the field.

58'

Hunter Paisami comes on.

54'

Bernard Foley comes off.

54'

David Wallis de Carvalho comes on.

54'

Rafael Simoes comes off.

54'

Ned Hanigan comes on.

52'

Seru Uru comes off.

52'

Josh Flook comes on.

51'

Filipo Daugunu comes off.

51'

Rhys Van Nek comes on.

51'

Sam Talakai comes off.

51'

Matt Gibbon comes on.

51'

Tom Lambert comes off.

51'

Manuel Cardoso Pinto comes on.

51'

Raffaele Storti comes off.

51'

Raffaele Storti makes the break as the defence re-enacts the parting of the red sea.

48'

Ryan Lonergan has hooked the conversion to the left of the posts.

45'
Try

Slick passing by Australia A leads to a try for Dylan Pietsch.

43'

Dylan Pietsch makes the break as the defence re-enacts the parting of the red sea.

43'

Tom Lambert played a key part in that try.

43'

Lachie Anderson makes the break as the defence re-enacts the parting of the red sea.

43'

Portugal make a substitution with Diogo Hasse Ferreira coming on.

40'

Portugal make a substitution with Anthony Alves coming off.

40'

The second half kicks off.

40'

The half-time whistle blows and both teams head for the dressing rooms.

41'
Conversion

Samuel Marques does the business as their conversion attempt goes over.

32'
Try

Silky skills by Portugal ends with a try for Raffaele Storti.

31'

Spellbinding play by Pedro Bettencourt is finished off with a try.

31'

Trouble here as Pedro Bettencourt breaches the defence.

31'
Conversion

Samuel Marques makes no mistake with that conversion attempt.

21'
Try

A wonderful passing move by Portugal is finished off by Nicolas Martins

20'

This is dangerous for the defence as Nicolas Martins bursts through to advance the Portugal attack.

19'

Pedro Bettencourt sets up the try.

19'

This is dangerous for the defence as Nuno Sousa Guedes bursts through to advance the Portugal attack.

19'

This is dangerous for the defence as Dylan Pietsch bursts through to advance the Australia A attack.

19'
Conversion

Ryan Lonergan converts the try.

17'
Try

Dylan Pietsch scores the try from close range.

16'

Ryan Lonergan sets up the try.

16'

A gap opened in the defence and Lachlan Swinton took full advantage.

16'

Ryan Lonergan hits the left post with the conversion, failing to add the two points.

3'
Try

Great hands by Australia A leads to a try for Tom Wright

1'

Lachie Anderson sets up the try.

1'

The defensive line has been broken as Lachie Anderson goes through the gap.

1'

We are underway as the referee blows their whistle.

0'
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Match Details

Australia A v Portugal

Sat 26th August 2023, 02:00pm EDT

Points Flow Chart

Australia A win +13
Portugal
Australia A
Portugal
Time in lead
Australia A
12
Mins in lead
61
14%
% Of Game In Lead
73%
33%
Possession Last 10 min
67%
0
Points Last 10 min
10

Key Events

Full Time
Tuttle
81'
17 - 30
Hanigan
80'
17 - 28
Lonergan
72'
17 - 23
Lonergan
68'
17 - 20
Marques
17 - 17
61'
Pietsch
43'
14 - 17
Half Time
Marques
14 - 12
32'
Storti
12 - 12
31'
Marques
7 - 12
21'
Martins
5 - 12
20'
Lonergan
17'
0 - 12
Pietsch
16'
0 - 10
Wright
1'
0 - 5
Start

22m Entries

Avg. Points Scored
3.5
4
Entries
Avg. Points Scored
1.3
18
Entries

Attack Profile

Portugal
Australia A
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Defence Profile

Portugal
Australia A
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Ruck Speed

0-3 secs
36%
65%
3-6 secs
38%
16%
6+ secs
19%
12%
57
Rucks Won
98

Other Fixtures

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