As the Brumbies prepare for the 2012 Super Rugby season, several key battles are being fought to see who will claim starting spots for Week One of the competition.
The Royal Military College Rugby Club has celebrated 100 years of rugby in Canberra with the unveiling of a plaque.
With Week Two of preseason almost finished the Brumbies are already looking leaner and more athletic under the new coaching structure.
Brumbies tighthead technician Dan Palmer has come through a positive recovery process having suffered a plantar fascia tear late last season.
At 2m tall, the Brumbies newest towering lock Leon Power has never been one to get lost in a crowd.
Brumbies scrumhalf Nic White has packed his razor away for Movember to raise some cash and awareness for men’s health.
The Brumbies have slipped into their new Kooga kit after returning to preseason training on Monday last week. The boys will train in canary yellow for 2012 having had the last few years in predominantly navy outfits.
The Brumbies have almost made it through their first week of preseason training having been put through their paces by the club’s Athletic Performance Department. Two of the team’s newest faces, Joe Tomane and Tevita Kuridrani will be in the hunt for a starting spot in the outside backs once the 2012 season kicks off.
Brumbies Head Coach Jake White has been inducted into the IRB Hall of Fame in recognition of his work with the 2007 World Cup winning Springboks team.
Brumbies Rugby and the local rugby community are deeply saddened by the tragic death of an exceptional referee talent. Will Boyle will be remembered as an extremely impressive man, who belied his youthful looks as a referee, showing a feeling for the game well beyond his years.