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April 05, 2008 12:00 AM

The CA Brumbies have had a night of celebrations spoiled by a 42-28 loss to an in-form Chiefs outfit tonight at Canberra Stadium.

 
The home side welcomed back captain Stirling Mortlock from a shoulder injury for his 100th Super Rugby match, while team mates Guy Shepherdson and Stephen Hoiles ran on for their 50th appearance.


March 18, 2008 12:00 AM

 CA Brumbies flanker George Smith will join a distinguished club this week when he runs on for his 100th Super Rugby appearance against the Cheetahs at Canberra Stadium on Friday night.

 
The 27-year-old becomes the fifth CA Brumby to reach the milestone, joining George Gregan (136 matches), Stephen Larkham (116), Jeremy Paul (112) and Bill Young (100) as ACT players to achieve the 100 mark.


March 15, 2008 12:00 AM

The CA Brumbies’ 2008 unbeaten run at Canberra Stadium has ended on the back of a 33-15 loss to the Hurricanes in their Investec Super 14 Week Four match tonight.

 
The CA Brumbies, who had won their last six home matches, trailed 7-3 at the break before the Hurricanes turned on four second half tries to take the bonus-point result.
 


March 08, 2008 12:00 AM

The CA Brumbies will return to Canberra with a lone bonus point after narrowly falling to the Waratahs, 24-17, in their Investec Super 14 Week Four match at the Sydney Football Stadium tonight.

 
A late points surge in the dying minutes of the first term allowed the visitors to hold a 17-10 half-time lead, before conceding two unanswered tries in the second half.


The CA Brumbies have continued their unbeaten home record over the Queensland Reds with a convincing 43-11 win in their Investec Super 14 Week Three match at Canberra Stadium tonight.

 
Missing the likes of regular starting players Stirling Mortlock, Adam Ashley-Cooper, Gene Fairbanks and Clyde Rathbone, the ‘baby CA Brumbies’ retained the Rod Macqueen Cup with their six-tries-to-one victory and were rewarded with rapturous full-time applause from the 15,244-strong Canberra crowd.


February 24, 2008 12:00 AM

The CA Brumbies made a triumphant return to Canberra Stadium with a 22-20 win over the Highlanders in their Investec Super 14 Week Two match tonight.

With Stirling Mortlock and Clyde Rathbone already sidelined and first-round injuries to Adam Ashley-Cooper and Gene Fairbanks, the home side fielded their youngest backline in the club’s history, with scrumhalf Josh Holmes, flyhalf Christian Lealiifano, and centre combination of Tyrone Smith and Anthony Faingaa sharing just 10 Investec Super 14 caps between them.


February 15, 2008 12:00 AM

The CA Brumbies are counting the cost of their 34-3 loss to the Crusaders in their Investec Super 14 Week One clash at AMI Stadium with Gene Fairbanks and Adam Ashley-Cooper forced off field with injury tonight.

Fairbanks (shoulder) and Ashley-Cooper (ankle) were left the field midway through the first half with the Crusaders going on to take the match four tries to none.


Paediatrics at the Canberra Hospital (PatCH) will return as the CA Brumbies’ number one season ticket holder in 2008.                                            

 
The children’s ward held the position during 2006 and 2007 with the CA Brumbies raising more than $80,000 for PatCH through various fundraising projects during the season, including match day collections and generous donations by sponsors, including naming-rights sponsor, CA.


January 03, 2008 12:00 AM

The CA Brumbies have returned to training ahead of the start of the 2008 Investec Super 14 season.

 
The CA Brumbies resumed their pre-season training with a weights and field session this morning after a short break over the Christmas period.
 


  The CA Brumbies have done everything in their power to keep their Investec Super 14 season alive with a 29-10 bonus-point win over the Highlanders at Carisbrook tonight.

 
Following wins to the Chiefs and Blues on Friday night, the ACT-based side required a bonus-point win by a margin of 11 or more to have any chance of progressing to the 2007 finals series. The CA Brumbies now require the Queensland Reds to defeat the Bulls in Pretoria tomorrow (Sunday) morning to qualify for the play-offs.


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