Land Rover Australia and the Aquis Brumbies on Tuesday launched the Land Rover Cup, a primary schools rugby union competition for the ACT & Southern NSW area.
The ACT Under 15’s and Under 17’s will both contest the Junior Gold Cup Final having both defeated Victoria in the Semi-Finals last weekend.
Despite a valiant effort, the Aquis Brumbies have gone down 28-13 in Sydney to defending champions, the NSW Waratahs, on Sunday afternoon.
As players from across Australia become increasingly lured by the financial incentives of plying their trade overseas, Australian Rugby can as a whole breathe a sigh of relief that Tevita Kuridrani has re-signed with the Aquis Brumbies.
Australian rugby teams have always produced light-footed outside backs, but having the ammunition and nuts and bolts up front hasn’t necessarily been as easy to find.
The John I Dent Cup’s 77th season gets underway this weekend with seven premier clubs all eyeing to be the one who lifts the Cup on Saturday 8 August.
Wallabies flanker David Pocock will return via the Aquis Brumbies bench this Sunday when the team travels to Sydney to take on the Waratahs.
Aquis Brumbies and Wallabies outside centre Tevita Kuridrani will remain in Canberra and Australian rugby for the next two years having re-signing on Tuesday morning.
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