The University of Canberra Brumbies are celebrating the acquisition of one of world rugby’s most respected players after David Pocock committed to a three year deal with the club on Saturday evening.
Joe Tomane has been named 2012 FxPro Super Rugby Rookie of the Year at the awards ceremony in Sydney on Thursday.
Fresh off his breakthrough Super Rugby season, University of Canberra Brumbies Fijian flyer Henry Speight sahved his head on Friday to raise money and awareness for WOWS, and children with cancer in Fiji.
Like a thief in the night the Brumbies Provincial team snatched a 25-23 win after the full-time siren from Australian Police XV, at Canberra Stadium on Saturday.
A dynamic Blues outfit ran its way to victory on Saturday, claiming a 30-16 point win in driving-afternoon rain at Canberra Stadium.
The 2012 University of Canberra Brumbies Player of the Year will be announced at the club’s Presentation Night on Saturday 11 August.
Jack Anderson from Holder, was this week announced as the winner of The Canberra Times 23rd Brumby competition.
The University of Canberra Brumbies have made one change to their starting side which will face the Blues at Canberra Stadium this Saturday afternoon.
If practice really does make perfect, then University of Canberra Brumbies fans can expect a typical whole-hearted performance from their star hooker Stephen Moore this Saturday afternoon in his 100th Super Rugby appearance.
The Brumbies Provincial representative team, selected form the Provincial Championships held in Wagga Wagga over the June long weekend, will take on the Australian Police National representative team at 1.10pm on Saturday, 14 of July at Canberra Stadium in the curtain raiser to the Brumbies v Blues Super Rugby clash.