Brumbies

  • Mortlock rules out early return

    Wallaby & Brumbies captain Stirling Mortlock has ruled out an early return to the Super 14 from shoulder surgery as an injury crisis forces the...

  • Fisher keeps up with knocking Deans

    Brumbies coach Laurie Fisher feels that Robbie Deans should have left the Crusaders after being appointed as Wallaby coach. Fisher's comments are the latest between...

  • Brumbies still unsure about Mortlock signing

    ACT Brumbies chief executive Andrew Fagan has resigned himself to the fact that he is unlikely to have finalised Stirling Mortlock's future before the Super...

  • Chisholm in race against time

    Injured ACT Brumbies lock Mark Chisholm will undergo a fitness test in Canberra on Friday and if he passes he will join his team-mates in...

  • Huxley happy to go fullback

    Brumbies backliner Julian Huxley is more than happy to revert to fullback if exciting youngster Christian Lealiifano shows he's ready to take over Steve Larkham's...

  • Brumbies keep stars on the sidline

    ACT Brumbies coach Laurie Fisher is keeping almost all of his big names out of Friday night's Super 14 rugby trial match against the New...

  • Brumbies & Australia likely to lose Mortlock

    Australian rugby could lose the services of Rugby World Cup captain Stirling Mortlock who has been offered an amazing $3.75 million to move to Japan...

  • Brumbies back extended Super 14

    Brumbies boss Andrew Fagan says that the Brumbies would support an expanded Super 14 tournament once the current contract agreement with broadcasters expires in 2010

  • Gerrard could move to fullback

    Wallaby and Brumby Mark Gerrard is "raring to go" and is even thinking about making a move from wing to fullback. The Brumbies winger was...

  • Mortlock not leaving town for a while

    Australia and the Brumbies look like they will have the services of 30 year old Stirling Mortlock for at least another two to three seasons...

  • Brumbies to name Smith as captain

    The ACT Brumbies will this week name George Smith as their replacement captain for the first half of the Super 14 season. Brumbies coach Laurie...

  • Fisher’s job not dependant on a place in the final

    Brumbies coach Laurie Fisher could retain his job even if his charges fail to reach the final, according to chief executive Andrew Fagan. Fisher took...

  • Gerrard fit & ready for Super 14

    Mark Gerrard is using the embarrassment of having Wallabies selectors send him home from a training camp this time last year as motivation for a...

  • Mortlock retains Brumbies captaincy

    Currently injured Wallabies and Brumbies skipper Stirling Mortlock will keep the captaincy of the Brumbies in the 2008 Super 14.

  • Mortlock set to stand down as captain

    Wallaby captain skipper Stirling Mortlock is set to step down as Brumbies captain because he claims that it would be a "smart move" to bring...

  • Holmes has high hopes in Canberra

    New Brumbies scrum-half Josh Holmes, a former Australian Under-19 and U21 star, believes that his move to the Canberra-based Super 14 franchise is perfect for...

  • Ashley-Cooper welcomes leadership role

    Wallaby utility back Adam Ashley-Cooper is relishing the prospect of playing a leadership role in the Brumbies backline next season, now that stalwarts George Gregan...

  • Gerrard back in training

    Injured Australia winger Mark Gerrard has begun pre-season training in Canberra just eight weeks after rupturing the medial ligament in his left knee in the...

  • Alexander back with the Brumbies

    Loosehead prop Ben Alexander has rejoined the Brumbies to begin pre-season training with the Canberra-based franchise. The 22-year-old returns to Canberra on a Brumbies Academy...

  • Edmonds trains with Brumbies

    Former Stormers hooker Huia Edmonds took part in his first training session for the Brumbies when the team began its Super 14 preparations in earnest...

  • Larkham set for Japan move

    Australia legend Stephen Larkham is set to spend the rest of his playing days in Japan after admitting the collapse of his move to Edinburgh...

  • Brumbies snag Stormers hooker

    Former Waratahs and Stormers hooker Huia Edmonds has signed a two-year contract to play for Australian Super 14 team the Brumbies and will join the...

  • Ashley-Cooper commits to ARU and Brumbies

    Wallabies and Brumbies utility back Adam Ashley Cooper has signed a new four-year deal with the Australian Rugby Union (ARU) and Brumbies Rugby

  • Smith is Australia’s best

    Brumbies flanker George Smith has won the Australia's 2007 Super 14 Player of the Series award, taking the individual honour for the second straight year.

  • Larkham determined to shake up the Scots

    Stephen Larkham insists he shares Edinburgh's ambitions to become a Magners League force and has vowed to "change the landscape" of Scottish rugby.

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