Connor O'Byrne says it was the worst pain he'd ever felt, but he put the team before himself when he broke his thigh last week.
The challengers have come thick and fast for Brumbies flyhalf Wharenui Hawera in his debut season.
The axe will fall in Perth or Melbourne, but what will be the ripple effect in Canberra?
ACT Brumbies to inject Tom Banks at fullback, move Aidan Toua to bench for Blues clash.
Blues fear a Brumbies backlash in Canberra, despite missing Wallabies prop Scott Sio.
Teen Nick Jooste hopes his injury demons are behind him to earn a Super Rugby debut.
The Brumbies are hopeful Scott Sio's knee injury isn't as bad as first thought.
Rory Arnold has been keeping a close eye on Super Rugby developments as twin brother Richie waits to learn his fate.
ACT Brumbies boss Michael Thomson says Melbourne Brumbies merger will kill rugby in two cities.
Brumbies centre Andrew Smith is looking forward to taking on Blues superstar Sonny Bill Williams.
Karen Hardy might have surprised the Brumbies with her ball skills and tackling intensity
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The Brumbies scored a miracle try against the Hurricanes, but Joe Powell says they need to find balance in their game.
The Tuggeranong Vikings stamped themselves as premiership favourites on Saturday.
Former Auckland prop Nic Mayhew could be thrown in against the Blues next weekend if Scott Sio is ruled out.
Brumbies vow to make amends in back to back Kiwi challenge against the Auckland Blues
The Brumbies showed some first-half resistance, but then it all fell away.
It got ugly for the Brumbies against the Hurricanes. But how did it get so bad?
John I Dent Cup: Gungahlin Eagles star Pat Tuidraki scores Japan contract to work with Jake White
The Brumbies hope to topple the Wellington Hurricanes and end Australian rugby's New Zealand hoodoo.
Former Wallabies coach Bob Dwyer has slammed on the NSW side after their loss to the Kings.
It's back to the Super Rugby penthouse for the Crusaders following their 57-24 bonus-point clobbering of the Stormers in Christchurch on Saturday night.
Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson has come out swinging by suggesting four local Super Rugby teams is the right way forward and that Australian rugby has a major problem when it comes to developing players and coaches.