Two of the ACT’s most iconic organisations have joined forces with the University of Canberra being named as the Brumbies’ Principal Partner for the 2012 Super Rugby season.
Despite being one of the more camera shy members of the Brumbies squad and sporting a difficult name to spell, Jerry Yanuyanutawa is ready to step into the spotlight in 2012 and put in the biggest season of his career.
The Brumbies FRU (Front-Rowers Union) have launched the first episode in a new series of restaurant reviews on their Social Media pages YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.
Since joining the club in late 2001, Player Careers Development Officer Sue Crawford has provided countless players, past and present, with a pathway to a successful life after rugby.
In support of the top flight Brumbies team, the ACT XV have announced their schedule for the 2012 season with the regular fixtures against Pacific Island A teams highlighting the calendar.
With just over three weeks until the Brumbies play their first trial in Darwin, Jake White and the rest of the coaching staff have almost finalised their plans to tour Australia’s Top End.
Pat McCabe continues to make quality progress 11 weeks after having surgery on his damaged shoulder.
If the luck of the Irish is on the Brumbies side in 2012, then ACT supporters can shoot a big thank you to one of their newest recruits, Ruaidhri Murphy.
After a gruelling World Cup campaign, a successful spring tour of Wales and England and his own wedding in Durban, Wallabies and Brumbies hooker Stephen Moore returned to training with the Brumbies this week ready to tackle 2012.
Lunch with Jake, fully signed 2012 Brumbies jersey and two tickets to each home game on offer.