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Hooker Moore stays with Aussie rugby – The West Australian


Hooker Moore stays with Aussie rugby
The West Australian
Injured Test hooker Stephen Moore says while Ewen McKenzie's shock resignation as Wallabies head coach was unfortunate, it had little bearing on his decision to re-sign with Australian rugby through to 2016. The Brumbies hooker's contract extension is ...

Moore extends Brumbies stay – SPORT24


SPORT24

Moore extends Brumbies stay
SPORT24
With 131 Super Rugby games and 92 Tests, the Brumbies and Wallabies captain finds himself behind only George Gregan (Super Rugby 136, Tests 139), George Smith (Super Rugby 142, Tests 111) and Nathan Sharpe (Super Rugby 162, Tests 119) at the ...

ACT Brumbies captain Stephen Moore extends contract until end of 2016 – The Canberra Times


ACT Brumbies captain Stephen Moore extends contract until end of 2016
The Canberra Times
Brumbies captain Stephen Moore is set to close in on Australian rugby records, extending his contract with the ACT and Australian rugby until the end of 2016. Moore will take over as Brumbies captain next season and, provided he stays fit and the team ...

Brumbies captain Stephen Moore commits to Australian rugby until the end of 2016 – The Canberra Times


The Canberra Times

Brumbies captain Stephen Moore commits to Australian rugby until the end of 2016
The Canberra Times
After a torrid month culminating in Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie quitting his post and star player Kurtley Beale being stood down for crude remarks to team staff member Di Patston, Brumbies captain Stephen Moore has committed to helping the rebuild.
Wallabies' Stephen Moore re-signs with ARU and Brumbies until end of 2016ABC Online
Stephen Moore re-signs with Wallabies, Brumbies until end of 2016Courier Mail
ACT Brumbies captain Stephen Moore extends contract until end of 2016Newcastle Herald
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Brumbies captain Stephen Moore commits to Australian rugby until the end of 2016 – Brisbane Times


Brumbies captain Stephen Moore commits to Australian rugby until the end of 2016
Brisbane Times
After a torrid month culminating in Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie quitting his post and star player Kurtley Beale being stood down for crude remarks to team staff member Di Patston, Brumbies captain Stephen Moore has committed to helping the rebuild.

Wallabies’ Stephen Moore re-signs with ARU and Brumbies until end of 2016 – ABC Online


ABC Online

Wallabies' Stephen Moore re-signs with ARU and Brumbies until end of 2016
ABC Online
Injured Wallabies hooker Stephen Moore has given Australian rugby a much-needed boost by re-signing with the ARU and the Brumbies until the end of 2016. With 92 Tests and 131 Super Rugby games already to his name, another two seasons in Australia ...
Stephen Moore re-signs with Wallabies, Brumbies until end of 2016Courier Mail
Hooker Moore stays with Aussie rugbyThe West Australian
Stephen Moore signs for one more yearESPNScrum.com
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ACT Brumbies’ best Jarrad Butler wins another gong with Canberra Vikings – The Canberra Times


The Canberra Times

ACT Brumbies' best Jarrad Butler wins another gong with Canberra Vikings
The Canberra Times
Jarrad Butler has collected more silverware to cap his first year in Canberra, with the ACT Brumbies loose forward voted player's player for the Canberra Vikings in their inaugural National Rugby Championship season. Butler was a surprise winner of the ...

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James Dargaville likened to Pat McCabe – The Canberra Times


James Dargaville likened to Pat McCabe
The Canberra Times
The Brumbies have all but completed their Super Rugby roster for the 2015 season by making two signings, securing hard-nosed back Dargaville and lock Blake Enever. It's understood the Brumbies have their eye on an Australian sevens representative to ...

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ACT Brumbies’ best Jarrad Butler wins another gong with Canberra Vikings – The Canberra Times


The Canberra Times

ACT Brumbies' best Jarrad Butler wins another gong with Canberra Vikings
The Canberra Times
Jarrad Butler has collected more silverware to cap his first year in Canberra, with the ACT Brumbies loose forward voted player's player for the Canberra Vikings in their inaugural National Rugby Championship season. Butler was a surprise winner of the ...

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James Dargaville likened to Pat McCabe – The Canberra Times


James Dargaville likened to Pat McCabe
The Canberra Times
He's been likened to Wallabies warrior Pat McCabe and the ACT Brumbies are backing recruit James Dargaville to force his way into a star-studded back line next year. The Brumbies have all but completed their Super Rugby roster for the 2015 season by ...

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