The Brumbies on Friday night will get their Super Rugby campaign underway, when they tackle domestic rivals Queensland Reds at home at GIO Stadium, Canberra.
The Brumbies lost an early lead in their pre-season trial game against the Highlanders on Saturday night in Wagga to go down to the Highlanders 24-19.
The Brumbies will take a 28-man squad to Wagga this Saturday night to face the Highlanders in their final trial game prior to the start of the 2015 Super Rugby season.
The Force have defeated the Brumbies 31-21 in the opening trial match of 2015, in Perth on Friday night.
The Brumbies will field eight Wallabies, including David Pocock, this Friday night when they head to Perth to face the Force in the first Super Rugby hit-out of 2015.
The 2015 Super Rugby season will be Nic White’s last with the Brumbies after the Wallaby scrumhalf announced he would move to France in 2016.
Nic White and David Pocock will lead the Brumbies as Vice-Captains in 2015 after Head Coach Stephen Larkham and Captain Stephen Moore made the announcement on Thursday.
The Brumbies have landed in Jindabyne for the first week of 2015 looking to set the wheels in motion ahead of season kick-off in just over a month’s time.
The Brumbies have appointed Michael Jones as the club’s Chief Executive Officer for the next three years.
Award winning ABC Grandstand Commentator Tim Gavel has the Master of Ceremony job of a lifetime, interviewing Cross of Valour recipients Tim Britten CV and Allan Sparkes CV.