Clyde Rathbone will make his 50th appearance in a University of Canberra Brumbies jersey three years after announcing his retirement from the game after Jake White announced his comeback on Monday.
Two tries to comeback king Clyde Rathbone and another to new man on the block David Pocock have highlighted a 38-7 win by the University of Canberra Brumbies over the ACT XV at Viking Park on Friday night.
Head Coach Jake White has named his side to take on the ACT XV on Friday night at Viking Park, with new recruits Clyde Rathbone and David Pocock set for their first match in Canberra as 2013 University of Canberra Brumbies.
ACT XV Head Coach Craig Robberds will assemble a strong squad to take on the Brumbies this Friday night at Viking Park, with all John I Dent Cup players available for the fixture.
A strong side, featuring six new female players competed at last week's Darwin Sevens with some promising results in both the men's and women's competitions.
The University of Canberra Brumbies have claimed their first scalp of 2013 downing the Western Force, 20-18 at Rugby Park in Darwin, in the Defence Housing Australia Top-End Trial.
Pat McCabe and Colby Faingaa have landed in Alice Springs to spread their rugby knowledge through Central Australia.
Wallaby front-rowers Ben Alexander and Stephen Moore will remain in the Australian Capital with the University of Canberra Brumbies until the end of the 2015 Super Rugby season after extending their contracts on Thursday.
The ACT Rugby Community lost a great rugby man this week when Stephen Whitelam passed away on Sunday night.
Eight University of Canberra Brumbies players have travelled to Sydney this week for a pre-season Wallabies camp that has drawn Australia’s best talent together.