The CA Technologies Brumbies have made further inroads to securing a competitive playing roster past 2011 by inking the signatures of Robbie Coleman, Ita Vaea and Jono Owen until the end of 2013.
While Owen is yet to make his Super Rugby debut, Coleman and Vaea have both been standouts for the CA Technologies Brumbies in 2011, having scored tries in the first and third games respectively.
The CA Technologies Brumbies have been soundly beaten by the Crusaders in Nelson, with Cantabrian winger Sean Maitland scoring a record-equalling four tries in the 52-10 loss.
Having been competitive throughout the entire first-half and going into the sheds just nine points down, the CA Technologies Brumbies were outplayed in the second-half with the Crusaders piling on 33 unanswered points.
The CA Technologies Brumbies have been penalised out of the contest at Canberra Stadium despite scoring four tries to one, eventually losing 31-25 to the Queensland Reds.
The match was a carnival of penalties, with referee Mark Lawrence breathing through his whistle to keep the CA Technologies Brumbies on one win from three games in 2011.
The Brumby Runners have claimed a two-point win over the Fijian Warriors to claim the Pacific Nations Cup at Viking Park.
The Warriors had a chance to grab the win after the final siren with a penalty goal from past half-way, but the shot was short leaving the Runners in final control with the score 30-28.
The CA Technologies Brumbies have been beaten by newcomers the Melbourne Rebels after a see-sawing match where the lead changed hands six times.
It was a penalty goal in the final minute by English recruit Danny Cipriani which sealed the fate of the CA Technologies Brumbies, who had held the lead by two points with one minute left on the clock.
The CA Technologies Brumbies will field the same run-on XV against the Rebels after pulling through the victory over the Chiefs last Saturday uninjured.
Concerns over halfback Josh Valentine’s scratched cornea and a hip twist to prop Dan Palmer have been put to bed, with both players receiving the all clear from CA Technologies Brumbies medical staff on Sunday and Monday respectively.
The CA Technologies Brumbies have fought off a late charge from the Chiefs to open their 2011 Super Rugby campaign with a hard-fought win at Canberra Stadium, 28-20.
Classy tries to Franky Fainifo and rookie Robbie Coleman highlighted a fixture where the CA Technologies Brumbies controlled play for the majority of the game.
CA Technologies Brumbies Head Coach Andy Friend has named his team to take on the Chiefs this Saturday night at Canberra Stadium.
Tongan born Ita Vaea at No 8 and Henry Speight on the wing will both make their Super Rugby debuts, while Dan Palmer makes his first for the CA Technologies Brumbies at tighthead prop.
The Hurricanes salvaged a draw from their trial match with the CA Technologies Brumbies at Tuggeranong last night, scoring a try four minutes after the siren to claw level.
The CA Technologies Brumbies had the upper hand for the majority of the match, claiming victory at the set piece and through the inside backs.
The CA Technologies Brumbies playing roster will field another star Wallaby until at least the end of 2013, with versatile prop Ben Alexander announcing a two-year contract with both the ARU and Brumbies Rugby today.
At 120kg and with 24 Test caps to his name, Alexander’s signature was one of the most sought after both in Australia and further abroad.