Byron Field joined the Brumbies medical team as a physiotherapist in 2012 having carved a reputation in Canberra as a quality operator among a range of sports.
Most recently Field worked with the Western Districts Lions during the 2011 John I Dent Cup. Field has previously worked with Brumbies players Peter Kimlin and Jesse Mogg and is looking to expand his knowledge and expertise during the 2012 Super Rugby season and beyond.
Field completed his studies at the University of Canberra in 2004 and then went back for more completing his maters of physiotherapy in 2008.
Dr Kate Gazzard
Warrick Harrington is responsible for taking, collating and cutting all training and match vision, and attending to all IT and research needs of the University of Canberra Brumbies coaching staff.
Harrington has completed a Bachelor of Human Nutrition, Bachelor of Coaching Science and Honours in his Bachelor of Sports Studies all through the University of Canberra.
Warrick, aka the Hammer, has claimed several Australian kick-boxing titles prior to starting fulltime work with the Brumbies.
Media and Communications Manager
Elliot Woods joined the University of Canberra Brumbies in 2011 having come from a sub-editor role in the sports department of the Canberra Times. Prior to that Woods completed a Bachelor of Journalism and Communications at the University of Canberra followed by stints at the Queanbeyan Age and The Chronicle. In 2010, Woods worked with the Australian Olympic team as Media Liason Officer for the inaugural Youth Olympic Games in Singapore.
Elliot can be contacted on 0449 252 120.
Eleven Aquis Brumbies players have been named in the Wallabies 40 man train-on squad today following the completion of their Super Rugby season.
With the Aquis Brumbies 2015 Super Rugby season now over, the players and coaches will enjoy a short break before preparations begin for Season 2016.
The Aquis Brumbies season is over after going down to the Hurricanes 29-9 at Westpac Stadium.