The Blues have dominated the first 40 minutes to down the Aquis Brumbies 16-14 for their first win of 2015 in Auckland on Friday.
They might not have tasted glory yet in 2015, but the Aquis Brumbies won’t be taking the win-less Auckland Blues lightly when they travel across the ditch to meet them at Eden Park on Friday night.
Scott Sio is already a Wallaby, but with each completed Super Rugby match, the loose-head prop is proving that he can be the solution to the wobbly Wallabies scrum woes.
The Aquis Brumbies make their way over to New Zealand on Friday night looking to make it two wins on the trot against a determined Blues at Eden Park in Auckland.
The Aquis Brumbies starting side is unchanged for its clash against the Blues on Friday having come through last week’s win over the Cheetahs unscathed.
The Aquis Brumbies have launched a special edition jersey to commemorate 100 years since the Anzac landing.
Having been beaten at the collision point in their last hit-out against the Waratahs two weeks ago in Sydney, the team of Brumby forwards responded to dominate their South African rivals, the Cheetahs, winning 20-3.
The Aquis Brumbies have cruised to a 20-3 victory over the Cheetahs in their round 8 clash at GIO Stadium in Canberra.
Stephen Larkham has reshuffled both his forwards and backs for this weekend’s clash with the Cheetahs as David Pocock returns to open-side flanker and Tevita Kuridrani has been ruled out through injury.
Ita Vaea and Rory Arnold have both signed two-year contract extensions and will remain with the Aquis Brumbies through to the end of 2017.