Canberra United star Sally Shipard has joined forces with the Brumbies Rugby boys to raise money and awareness for Movember in the ACT.
Brumbies flyer Henry Speight is looking to push into his second year of Super Rugby after turning in some eye catching performances on the wing during the 2011 season.
As part of their commitment to provide players with the best rugby program in the world, Brumbies coaching staff have introduced the Eye Gym in an effort to sharpen responses and improve vision.
The Brumbies have welcomed aboard their 6000th member for 2012, Patrick Robertson, who received a pleasant surprise today with Stephen Moore and Ben Alexander visiting the retiree at his Rivett home.
McHappy Day has been celebrated right around Canberra with Brumbies players crossing under the famous golden arches to lend a hand and raise money for sick children.
All first year Brumbies have returned from their annual induction camp this week having been given a crash course on what it takes to be a professional rugby player and positive influence for the community off the field.
Joe Tomane and Kimami Sitauti have given two thumbs up to Voices in the Forest, with the first performance by Anne Sophie von Otter to take place at the National Arboretum Saturday, 12 November.
Week three of preseason has been a tough one as the boys contend with wet and humid conditions.
As one of his first points of business as Brumbies Head Coach and supporter of rugby in Canberra, Jake White has announced that all contracted players will be allocated an ACT club to play and train with when they are not with the main team.
The ACT’s 2012 McHappy Day campaign was given two thumbs up by Brumbies players on Tuesday morning, with Stephen Hoiles officially launching the event outside the Civic restaurant.