The Aquis Brumbies will be in Cape Town on Saturday evening facing their toughest challenge so far this year - a do or die match against the hometown Stormers who beat the Brumbies by just one point earlier in the season.
Aquis Brumbies captain Stephen Moore has put in a splendid performance in his 100th cap for the side as the Brumbies went down to the Crusaders 37-24.
The Crusaders have spoilt the Aquis Brumbies hopes of securing a top two finish in the Super Rugby after losing 37-24 in Canberra.
With a ticket to the finals already secured the Brumbies take on last year’s Super Rugby finalists the Crusaders on Saturday afternoon at Canberra Stadium.
Stephen Moore will make his 100th Super Rugby appearance for the Brumbies when he leads his side out on Saturday afternoon in Canberra against the Crusaders.
In possibly his last game at Canberra Stadium, Brumbies halfback Nic White is excited by the return of his long standing halves partner, Matt Toomua, in the lead up to their important match against the Crusaders.
The Aquis Brumbies take on the Crusaders at GIO Stadium on Saturday afternoon and will field an unchanged starting line-up from the team that defeated the Western Force last week.
David Pocock has grabbed his second hat-trick of the 2015 Super Rugby season to help steer the Aquis Brumbies to a 33-20 win over the Western Force in Perth.
Blake Enever will make his fourth start for the Aquis Brumbies tomorrow evening against the Western Force in Perth.
Fijian-born Brumbies winger, Henry Speight, has revealed that a brief return home played a significant part in his sparkling display last Friday night.