The CA Brumbies have lost their final home match for the 2006 regular season, falling by two points to the Highlanders at Canberra Stadium tonight.
The loss places the Brumbies in jeopardy of losing their top four spot, while the Highlanders have maintained their recent dominance of the Canberra team with another determined effort.
The CA Brumbies have recorded their first shut out victory since 2000, trouncing the Reds 36-0 to retain the Rod Macqueen Cup at Canberra Stadium tonight.
The CA Brumbies have scored a confidence-building 21-16 win over the Hurricanes at Canberra Stadium tonight.
Playing without backline stars Stephen Larkham and Matt Giteau, the home side produced one of their best defensive efforts of the season to hold off the late finishing Hurricanes to secure their position in the competition's top four.
The CA Brumbies have conceded 23 unanswered second half points to fall to their second defeat of the season in tonight's blockbuster Australian derby clash with the Waratahs at Aussie Stadium.
The CA Brumbies have produced a second half blitzkreig to destroy the Cheetahs 53-20 at Canberra Stadium tonight.
The Brumbies ran in seven tries to two to secure their finest win of the season in front of 17,117 delighted fans.
The cool head of captain Stirling Mortlock has helped the CA Brumbies to a narrow 28-26 win over the Chiefs at Canberra Stadium.
With four minutes remaining and scores locked at 26-all, Mortlock calmly converted Mark Gerrard’s try from five metres inside the touchline to secure the win in front of a crowd of 17,217.
The CA Brumbies have had their unbeaten Super 14 streak snapped by a desperate Blues outfit in Auckland tonight.
The Blues converted an 18-nil half-time advantage into a 26-15 victory over the Brumbies, who payed the price for failing to capitalise on a number of scoring opportunities early in the match.
The CA Brumbies have scored a 35-30 victory over the Sharks at Canberra Stadium tonight, going on a four-try raid in the final 45 minutes to secure their first bonus point win of the season.
The Sharks stunned the 18,237-strong Canberra Stadium crowd by racing to a 21-6 first-half lead through tries to winger Henno Mentz and captain AJ Venter, before a try by Mark Chisholm ten minutes before the break sparked a powerful come-from-behind victory by the Brumbies.
The CA Brumbies have fallen desperately short of a bonus point win in their first appearance at Canberra Stadium this season, making a furious start to the match before running out eventual 28-7 winners over the Cats.
The CA Brumbies have played out a 15-all draw with the Stormers in a scrappy affair at Newlands Stadium tonight to complete their two-match tour of South Africa.
The Brumbies crossed for two second half tries, to Al Campbell and Adam Ashley-Cooper, but despite keeping the home team try-less, were unable to walk away with the four competition points.