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  • ACT Brumbies
    Match Review: Brumbies v. Reds – The Big Bash!

    Rarely has the opening game of a season excited the supporters as much as this Brumbies vs...

  • Rugby
    G&GR Wallaby Team of the Decade

    Well, the people have spoken. The votes are in and we have our official Green & Gold...

  • Rugby
    G&GR Wallaby Tries of the Decade #5

    Coming up with a list of the top tries of the decade was a tough one. What makes one try stand out from another? Is it individual brilliance we are gauging it on, or is it whole of team involvement? Rehearsed tries from a set piece or instinctive brilliance? Does a try...

  • Rugby
    Wallaby Outside Centre of the Decade

    Are we getting the hang of these now? Good, let’s keep them coming.  From the period 2000-2009,...

  • ACT Brumbies
    Wallaby Winger of the Decade

    From the period 2000-2009, eighteen different men have worn either the Wallaby Number Eleven or Fourteen jerseys...

  • ACT Brumbies
    Early spring cleaning for the Brumbies

      It appears the Brumbies have wasted no time in looking toward 2010 with the news that Clyde Rathbone has been released from the franchise. Effectively this is a decision that will more than likely end the 28 year-old’s Super rugby career. It’s sad, as we never quite got to see the...

  • ACT Brumbies
    Chiefs vs Brumbies preview & teams

    On the face of things the Chiefs are strong favourites for this game; they’ve won 6 out of their last 7 games, including the Canes just last week and are a try scoring machine. However, if there’s any team to take the Chiefs, its the Brumbies. There’s only one way for the...

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    Australia’s best chance with wounded horses?

    NOW WITH SAMO TRY VIDEO BELOW! The Brumbies line up to play the Hurricanes on Saturday night 5:30pm (EST) will be without: Guy Shepherdson (2 weeks, suspension),  Christian Lealiifano (3, Hamstring), Clyde Rathbone (1-3, Quad), Mark Gerrard(1, Hammy), Sitaleki Timani (atleast 3, knee), Mark Chisholm (season, wrist). They will also probably be...

  • ACT Brumbies
    Another horror show?

    From an Aussie perspective, last weekend’s super 14 was an unmitigated disaster. The Brumbies gave the Lions their 4th ever S14 win and both the Force and Tahs lost at home. Even worse was the error strewn manner in which all three teams gave away their matches. So what about this week?...

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    Tahs V Brumbies Teams

    Friday March 13, Canberra Stadium. Match start: 07:40pm Referee: Mark Lawrence (RSA) Brumbies: Nic Henderson, Stephen Moore, Guy Shepherdson, Ben Hand, Mark Chisholm, Peter Kimlin, George Smith, Stephen Hoiles, Josh Holmes, Christian Lealiifano, Francis Fainifo, Tyrone Smith, Stirling Mortlock, Adam Ashley-Cooper, Mark Gerrard. Reserves: Huia Edmonds, Ben Alexander, Sitaleki Timani, Julian Salvi,...

  • ACT Brumbies
    Australian Super 14 team of Week 2

    Australian Super 14 team of the week round 2 2009

  • ACT Brumbies
    Brumbies vs Crusaders live score

    A live score report and review of the ACT Brumbies vs Canterbury Crusaders in round 2 of Super 14 2009

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    World Ranga XV

    The World Ranga (ginger) Rugby XV as determined by Green and Gold Rugby readers

  • ACT Brumbies
    Brumbies Squad is Not Fair(banks)

    ACT Brumbies squad for their first game of Super 14 2009

  • ACT Brumbies
    Super 14 2009 predictions

    A shoot from the hip preview and prediction of the various 2009 Super 14 teams chances

  • ACT Brumbies
    Aussie match ups; Tahs/Brumbies trial

    NSW Waratahs vs ACT Brumbies 2009 Super 14 trial match preview including key player match ups

  • ACT Brumbies
    ACT Brumbies S14 2009 preview

    The Brumbies have always been flashy, show-ponies to some extent, so it has been rather sad watching the decline from Thoroughbreds to Cart-horses that has taken place in the nation’s capital over the last few years.  Retirements to key personnel and an injury plague of biblical proportions consigned our equine brothers to...

  • The return of that Campo flair?

    Love him or hate him, Campo is still Australia’s leading try scorer (64), with almost double those of his nearest rival Chris Latham (33). Looking at the footage in this clip, you can’t help but feel nostalgic about the unpredictability that he used to inject into any backline. To many Wallaby rugby...