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Connolly: It's now or never for the Brumbies - ARU Rugby

With two rounds to go, the Brumbies and Waratahs are still locked in a ferocious battle to secure top spot in the Australian Conference. The Brumbies were rusty out of the gate against the Reds in Canberra but finished the job well and the Waratahs ...and more »

European money too good to ignore, says Matt Toomua - The Canberra Times

It's the ACT Brumbies' double-edged golden sword putting their stars on the radar of rich overseas clubs, and playmaker Matt Toomua concedes it's almost impossible to ignore when they come knocking with big-money offers. Brumbies winger Joseph Tomane ...and more »

Tomane to make return through club rugby - ARU Rugby

Joe Tomane will return to Super Rugby via club rugby, Brumbies coach Stephen Larkham says. The winger trained on Wednesday but Larkham confirmed that he would be making his comeback from a knee injury via the John I Dent Cup. Tomane has now missed 10 ...and more »

Blues unchanged for Brumbies - Sport24

Cape Town - The Blues will take an unchanged side into their penultimate Super Rugby match of the season, against the Brumbies at Eden Park. The team that played with such flare on attack and resilience on defence against the Hurricanes lines up ...and more »

Joe Tomane not mentally ready for Super Rugby despite returning to full fitness, says Stephen Larkham - dailytelegraph.com.au

CONCERNS about Joe Tomane not being mentally ready for a Super Rugby return will see the star winger play Canberra club rugby on Saturday, and not in the Brumbies' must-win game a night earlier in Auckland. His side is locked in a tight battle with NSW ...and more »

ACT Brumbies winger Joe Tomane confirms move to French club Montpellier R - Stuff.co.nz

Brumbies winger Joe Tomane has announced he will leave the club at the end of the season. ACT Brumbies winger Joseph Tomane has confirmed he will move to France at the end of the season, but left the door open for a potential Australian rugby comeback ...and more »