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Jesse Mogg wants to stay with the ACT Brumbies – Sydney Morning Herald


Sydney Morning Herald

Jesse Mogg wants to stay with the ACT Brumbies
Sydney Morning Herald
Fullback Jesse Mogg wants to stay at the ACT Brumbies because of their strong culture and hopes off-contract teammates will choose to do the same. Mogg's contract runs out at the end of the season but he signalled his intention to remain in Canberra ...
Brumbies to prove there's life after Jake WhiteThe Australian

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Brumbies to prove there’s life after Jake White – The Australian


Brumbies to prove there's life after Jake White
The Australian
A win against the Chiefs would show the Brumbies have progressed from last year, when they led the Chiefs for 60 minutes of the final in Hamilton only to succumb in the last 20. And it would also lighten the long shadow of former coach Jake White, who ...

ACT Brumbies lock Sam Carter likely to return after knee injury – Sydney Morning Herald


Sydney Morning Herald

ACT Brumbies lock Sam Carter likely to return after knee injury
Sydney Morning Herald
SANZAR might have ruled out national anthems but the ACT Brumbies could be bolstered by 200-centimetre lock Sam Carter for their grand final rematch against the Waikato Chiefs at Canberra Stadium on Anzac Day. Carter injured his knee in the Brumbies' ...

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ACT Brumbies lock Sam Carter likely to return after knee injury – Sydney Morning Herald


Sydney Morning Herald

ACT Brumbies lock Sam Carter likely to return after knee injury
Sydney Morning Herald
SANZAR might have ruled out national anthems but the ACT Brumbies could be bolstered by 200-centimetre lock Sam Carter for their grand final rematch against the Waikato Chiefs at Canberra Stadium on Anzac Day. Carter injured his knee in the Brumbies' ...

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RugbyU: Sharks open Super 15 lead over Brumbies, Chiefs – GlobalPost


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RugbyU: Sharks open Super 15 lead over Brumbies, Chiefs
GlobalPost
The Coastal Sharks opened a six-point break at the top of Super Rugby with a South African derby win as champions Waikato Chiefs lost narrowly at home this weekend. The Sharks, seeking a first southern hemisphere inter-provincial championship title ...
Rugby: Steyn's boot key for SharksNew Zealand Herald
Sharks beat CheetahsFiji Times

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Sharks open Super 15 lead over Brumbies, Chiefs – Yahoo!7 News


Sharks open Super 15 lead over Brumbies, Chiefs
Yahoo!7 News
Australia's ACT Brumbies remain in second place on 25 points despite their weekend bye, ahead on points differential over the Chiefs. Back-to-back champions Waikato were nudged out 18-17 by the Canterbury Crusaders in a New Zealand cliffhanger in ...

Wild horses couldn’t tear you away: Ride with the brumbies and retrace the … – The Daily Telegraph


Wild horses couldn't tear you away: Ride with the brumbies and retrace the ...
The Daily Telegraph
Snowy Wilderness was set up as a sanctuary for wild brumbies and a resort for people who want to share the wilderness with them. It is the perfect place for outback adventures, and has a special rugged and wild beauty. Snowy Wilderness has 34 riding ...

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ACT Brumbies mid-season report card – Sydney Morning Herald


ACT Brumbies mid-season report card
Sydney Morning Herald
The Chiefs, like the Brumbies, have managed to survive injury because of strong depth in the squads. Chiefs play-maker Aaron Cruden is out for a month with a broken thumb and it's a significant loss, but Gareth Anscombe has stepped up extremely well.

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ACT Brumbies mid-season report card – Sydney Morning Herald


ACT Brumbies mid-season report card
Sydney Morning Herald
The Chiefs, like the Brumbies, have managed to survive injury because of strong depth in the squads. Chiefs play-maker Aaron Cruden is out for a month with a broken thumb and it's a significant loss, but Gareth Anscombe has stepped up extremely well.

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ACT Brumbies mid-season report card – Sydney Morning Herald


ACT Brumbies mid-season report card
Sydney Morning Herald
The Chiefs, like the Brumbies, have managed to survive injury because of strong depth in the squads. Chiefs play-maker Aaron Cruden is out for a month with a broken thumb and it's a significant loss, but Gareth Anscombe has stepped up extremely well.

and more »