A detailed insight of new Melbourne Rebels signing Dane Haylett-Petty

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Dane Haylett-Petty will make his Melbourne Rebels debut  during a trial match tomorrow night against the ACT Brumbies.

He is one of several new signings where he is re-united by his old Western Force coach Dave Wessels.

The trial match will be held tomorrow night held at Sieffert Oval at 6 PM AEDT in Queanbeyan, NSW where D. Haylett-Petty will start out the match on the wing.

His 2017 season was interrupted by a bicep injury which restricted him to only nine Super Rugby games and most of the 2017 Wallabies tour.

An Overview of Dane Haylett-Petty

Position: Full Back/ Winger

Date of Birth: 18th June 1989 in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa (age 28)

Height: 190 CM

Weight: 100 KG

Teams

Domestic

Western Force (2008-2010, 2014-2017)

Barritz (2010-2013)

Tokyo Shokki Shuttles (2013-2014)

Perth Spirit 2014-present

Melbourne Rebels 2018-present

International

Australian Schoolboys (2007)

Australia U20 (2008-2009)

Australia 7s (2008-2009)

Qantas Wallabies 2016-present

Statistics

Throughout the 2017 Super Rugby season, Dane Haylett-Petty made:

Legend: Total/Summary

Attack

  • 3 tries /0. 3
  • 4 try assists/0.4
  • 15 points/1.7
  • 188 possessions/20.9
  • 85 runs/9.4
  • 698 run metres/77
  • 1 pick and drive/ 0.1
  • 5 line breaks/0.6
  • 8 LB Assists/0.9
  • 24 tackle busts/ 2.7
  • 6 offloads/0.7
  • 58 passes/ 6.4
  • 0 lineout wins own/0
  • 0 lineout wins opposition/0
  • 41 kicks/ 4.6
  • 1, 475 kick metres/ 163

Kicking

  • 41 kicks/ 4.6
  • 4 kick errors/ 0.4

Defence

  • 5 turnovers/ 0.6
  • 4 handling errors/ 0.4
  • 4 penalties conceded/ 0.4
  • 1 yellow card/ 0.1
  • 25 tackles/ 2.8
  • 18 missed tackles/2
  • 0 ineffective tackles
  • 58% tackle efficiency
  • 0 Pilfers
  • 0 forced penalties
  • 0 forced ruck and maul penalties

Summary

He played 9 games with 651 minutes on the field throughout the 2017 Super Rugby Season where he played against:

  • NSW Waratahs on 25th February at Allianz Stadium, Sydney (80 minutes)
  • Queensland Reds on 2nd March at NIB Stadium, Perth (80 minutes)
  • ACT Brumbies on 10th March at GIO Stadium, Canberra (80 minutes)
  • Auckland Blues on 1st April at Eden Park, Auckland (80 minutes), 1 try in the 77th
  • Southern Kings on 9th April at NIB Stadium, Perth (80 minutes), 1 try in the 47th
  • Chiefs on 22nd April at NIB Stadium, Perth (22 minutes)
  • Hurricanes on 3rd June at NIB Stadium, Perth (79 minutes), 1 try in the 43rd
  • Melbourne Rebels on 7th July at NIB Stadium, Perth (80 minutes)
  • NSW Waratahs on 15th July at NIB Stadium, Perth (65 minutes)

References: http://www.itsrugby.co.uk/player-zoom-12194-superrugby-2016-game.html

https://www.foxsports.com.au/rugby/super-rugby/stats/players?teamId=50017&category=summary&position=backs&sortBy=minsPlayed

http://www.rugby.com.au/players/9678#Super-Rugby

https://www.rugby.com.au/players/dane-haylett-petty#Super-Rugby

Image is sourced from: https://www.rugby.com.au/players/dane-haylett-petty#The-Rugby-Championship

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