Kellaway and Hilterbrand added to Waratahs side to play Rebels

Four changes have been made to the NSW Waratahs starting team to face the Melbourne Rebels in round six of Super Rugby this Sunday afternoon at Allianz Stadium. Benn Robinson and Hugh Roach have been brought into the starting squad for the first time in 2016, linking up with Angus Ta’avao in the front row. David Horwitz and Matt Carraro move back into the starting side in place of Kurtley Beale and Rob Horne respectively, who have both been ruled out with injury this week. Will Skelton re-joins the squad as a solid bolster off the bench together with Andrew Kellaway who has the opportunity to make his Super Rugby debut. Former Western Force representative, USA international and current Manly Marlins Captain, James Hilterbrand has also been brought into the squad with the potential to play his first game for NSW as replacement hooker. Fullback Israel Folau, who currently sits just one behind Lote Tuqiri as the highest try-scorer ever for NSW (29), will earn his 50th Super Rugby c
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