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Chris Dutton is the sports editor at The Canberra Times.

Henry Speight in doubt, but Hawera set for family double-header

Henry Speight in doubt, but Hawera set for family double-header

The Brumbies will finalise their team for a men's and women's double header, and Wharenui Hawera will have extra reasons to arrive early on Saturday.

  • by Chris Dutton

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What do the Brumbies and Pat Cash have in common? Great sporting minds

What do the Brumbies and Pat Cash have in common? Great sporting minds

The Brumbies have recruited Pat Cash's former sports psychologist to tap into a mental preparation resource.

  • by Chris Dutton
Brumbies back flying winger Gilroy to jump from the pool into Super W

Brumbies back flying winger Gilroy to jump from the pool into Super W

Canberra schoolgirl Brooke Gilroy has been pestering her parents for a chance to play rugby. They finally said yes.

  • by Chris Dutton
A Chance on the wing as Peni and Taliauli aim for Super redemption

A Chance on the wing as Peni and Taliauli aim for Super redemption

The Brumbies will make at least two changes to their side to play the Chiefs this week and two X-factor wingers are desperate for a chance to play.

  • by Chris Dutton
Sio hopes front-row tag team drives World Cup ambitions at Brumbies

Sio hopes front-row tag team drives World Cup ambitions at Brumbies

Scott Sio is still weighing up his long-term contract options, but he's confident a new prop partnership can make him a better player this year.

  • by Chris Dutton
Brumbies cautious with Pocock injury, likely to send Wallabies request

Brumbies cautious with Pocock injury, likely to send Wallabies request

Pocock lasted just five minutes in the season-opener after a head knock, but it's unclear if it will be classified as a Wallabies resting game.

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Pulu set for surgery to repair nasty facial fracture in Brumbies debut

Pulu set for surgery to repair nasty facial fracture in Brumbies debut

The flying winger shattered his cheekbone, ruining the start to his Australian rugby career.

  • by Chris Dutton
The new and old Quade Cooper silences critics in Rebels Super debut

The new and old Quade Cooper silences critics in Rebels Super debut

Quade Cooper turned to the Canberra crowd and gave them a serve in his rugby comeback. But there was nothing flashy about his game.

  • by Chris Dutton
Pocock injured as Brumbies fall to Rebels in season-opener

Pocock injured as Brumbies fall to Rebels in season-opener

David Pocock lasted five minutes, Toni Pulu has a suspected cheekbone fracture and the Brumbies are licking their wounds after a loss.

  • by Chris Dutton
WNBL axe referee, but Capitals focus on rebirth of Canberra dynasty

WNBL axe referee, but Capitals focus on rebirth of Canberra dynasty

Tickets sold out in less than 24 hours and inaugural Capitals championship coach Carrie Graf is dreaming of a new decade of dominance.

  • by Caden Helmers and Chris Dutton
Former Brumby Naiasarani back to haunt former teammates in Canberra

Former Brumby Naiasarani back to haunt former teammates in Canberra

Isi Naisarani returns as the Brumbies and Rebels chairmen go head to head more than 30 years after they were Canberra rugby teammates.

  • by Chris Dutton