A Henry Speight double against the Bulls has kept the Aquis Brumbies 2015 Super Rugby hopes alive.
The Aquis Brumbies have defeated the Bulls 22-16 in a tough match at GIO Stadium in Canberra on Friday.
With their season on the line against the Bulls this Friday night, the Brumbies are set to thrust Test prop Scott Sio straight back into the firing line.
Nic White knows his career at the Brumbies is coming to an end, but the tenacious No. 9 is looking to squeeze out every last drop of sweat into the jersey as possible before the season is over.
Fresh after having the bye-round over the weekend, the Brumbies are confident ahead of their important match against the Bulls this Friday.
A two month stint on the sideline is over for Scott Sio as the Samoan giant returns to the Aquis Brumbies starting line-up to face the Bulls on Friday in Canberra.
Ben Alexander will remain with the Aquis Brumbies until the end of 2016 after agreeing to a one-year contract extension on Wednesday.
A bonus-point win in Johannesburg sends the Brumbies home with six points from their tour of South Africa. The Front running Lions stuck with the Brumbies and gave them a shake on Saturday but in the end they couldn’t match it with the ACT locals.
It’s not quite do or die, but for the Aquis Brumbies a win against a vastly improved Lions in Johannesburg is imperative.
Allan Alaalatoa makes his first career start while Matt Toomua returns to the fray at inside-centre when the Aquis Brumbies take on the Lions this Saturday night in Johannesburg.