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Brumbies grind out win over Stormers

Winger Robbie Coleman scored a try double as the ACT Brumbies downed the Western Stormers 25-15 to go back to the top of the Super 15 conference.

Brumbies edge Cheetahs to reach Super semifinals

Cheetahs flyhalf Riaan Smit hit the upright with a last minute conversion attempt to hand ACT Brumbies a 15-13 victory on Sunday.

Brumbies triumph over Blues in Super Rugby clash

Brumbies have built a 14-0 lead with a strong wind behind them in the first half to beat the Auckland-based Blues 20-13 in Super Rugby.

Brumbies beat the Bulls through last-minute penalty

Centre Christian Lealiifano's 45-metre penalty goal after the siren gave the ACT Brumbies a 23-20 win over the Bulls in their Super Rugby encounter.

White says Larkham return a ‘real option’ for Brumbies

Coach Jake White says a potential comeback of Wallaby great Stephen Larkham is a "real option" to answer an ACT Brumbies injury crisis at fly-half.

Highlanders to face testing times against Brumbies

New Zealand's Highlanders, who have been the surprises of the Super Rugby season, are due to have their unbeaten run tested against the ACT Brumbies.

Jake White’s going nowhere, say Brumbies

The ACT Brumbies say there's no way former Springbok coach Jake White will be leaving them to take up the reins of England's national side.

Lions maul woeful Brumbies in Canberra

The bottom-placed Lions used a controversial sin-binning to help inspire them to a 29-20 victory over the ACT Brumbies on Saturday.

White to coach ACT Brumbies

World Cup-winning ex-Springboks rugby coach Jake White has been appointed head coach of the ACT Brumbies for the next four years.

Brumbies snap losing streak by edging Hurricanes

The ACT Brumbies ground out a 17-16 victory over the Wellington Hurricanes on Saturday to snap a five-match losing streak.

Brumbies to interview Jake White

South Africa's World Cup-winning coach Jake White has applied and will be interviewed for the head coaching job at Australia's ACT Brumbies.

Long arm of Timani gives NSW win over Brumbies

Replacement lock Sitaleki Timani scored a last-gasp try to give the New South Wales Waratahs a 29-22 victory over the ACT Brumbies.

Reds tame Brumbies to end 15-year Canberra drought

The Queensland Reds ground down the ACT Brumbies 31-25 in a workmanlike performance on Saturday to end 15 years without a win at Canberra Stadium.

Friend fired as ACT Brumbies coach

Andy Friend has been fired as ACT Brumbies coach, two matches into the Super 15 rugby season, and has been replaced by Tony Rea.

Cipriani fined for taking bottle of vodka from bar

Former England flyhalf Danny Cipriani has been fined by the Melbourne Rebels for taking a bottle of vodka from behind the bar at a nightclub.

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