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January 18, 2010 12:00 AM

The CA Brumbies have announced their leadership group to guide the side through the 2010 Investec Bank Super 14 season.
 
Stephen Hoiles will again captain the side after taking over the reins from Stirling Mortlock for the 2009 season. He will be joined in the five-man leadership team by Stephen Moore, Mitchell Chapman, Justin Harrison and Matt Giteau, who returned to training this morning along with fellow Wallabies Rocky Elsom, Adam Ashley-Cooper and George Smith.

CA Brumbies name 2010 leadership group

May 15, 2009 12:00 AM

The CA Brumbies continue to walk the finals tightrope after claiming a bonus point from their 10-7 loss to the Chiefs in Hamilton tonight.

 
The three-point defeat lifts the CA Brumbies into the Investec Super 14 top four but they must now await the outcome of matches featuring the Crusaders, Waratahs and Sharks to fall their way.


The CA Brumbies will hold onto the Rod Macqueen Cup for another year following their 52-13 win over the Queensland Reds at Suncorp Stadium tonight.

 
The ACT side crossed for seven tries to reverse their record 56-7 loss to the Hurricanes the previous week and keep their finals aspirations alive with two rounds remaining.


The CA Brumbies have fallen victim to an in-form Hurricanes outfit, going down 56-7 at Wellington’s Westpac Stadium tonight.

 
In recording their eight-tries-to-one victory, the Hurricanes inflicted the CA Brumbies’ biggest defeat in Super Rugby, eclipsing their 44-10 loss to the Waratahs in 1996. The loss also marked the most points the CA Brumbies have conceded in a match, with the previous record of 49 points also held by the Wellington side from their 49-37 win in 2005


The CA Brumbies have claimed a dramatic bonus-point win over the Bulls, 32-31, at Canberra Stadium tonight.

 
The Canberra-based side came from behind to score nine unanswered points in the last 10 minutes, culminating in flyhalf Christian Lealiifano crossing under the posts to give Stirling Mortlock a straightforward match-winning conversion four minutes from full time.
 


The CA Brumbies have ended an emotional week by defeating the Stormers 17-10 at Canberra Stadium tonight.

 
The home side paid tribute to lock Shawn Mackay, who passed away on Monday in a Durban hospital, with black armbands, a moment’s applause, flags at half mast, embroidery on their jerseys and by retiring the ‘18’ jersey – worn by Mackay – before rounding out the evening with a seven-point victory over the Cape Town-based side.


The CA Brumbies have completed their three-week South African tour with a 40-27 win over the Cheetahs at Vodacom Park this afternoon. 

 
The ACT-based side outscored the Cheetahs four tries to three to secure the bonus-point win and push themselves to within five competition points of the top four. 
 


March 29, 2009 12:00 AM

The CA Brumbies have gone down to an in-form Sharks outfit, 35-14, at Absa Stadium in Durban tonight.

 
The visitors crossed for two tries but were outscored by the Sharks who scored five on the back of quick turnover possession.
 


March 22, 2009 12:00 AM

The CA Brumbies have missed an opportunity to climb into the Investec Super 14 top four after going down to the Lions, 25-17, at Johannesburg’s Coca-Cola Park tonight.

 
After trailing 15-10 at the break, the visitors received a brief taste of the lead early in the second term before the Johannesburg-based side scored a last minute try to secure the three-tries-to-two


March 13, 2009 12:00 AM

The CA Brumbies have returned to the winners’ list with a 21-11 win over local rivals, the Waratahs, at Canberra Stadium tonight.

 
The two-tries-to-one win was the CA Brumbies’ 100th victory in Super Rugby and capped off a memorable ACT double with the Canberra Capitals claiming the WNBL title in the adjoining AIS Arena just minutes prior to kick-off.


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