Can the Reds and Chiefs finally get a win in Super Rugby? They have tough assignments in Round 5 while the Southern Derby looms large on Saturday. Full squad lists here.
Goodness gracious, Will Genia's still got it. After a poor finish to 2018, the Rebels halfback is seemingly back to his best. Meanwhile, are the All Blacks inching closer to a Ngani Laumape-Jack Goodhue midfield combination?
The Rebels remain unbeaten after three games of their Super Rugby season, overcoming an ugly first half to beat the Brumbies 29-26 in Melbourne.
Round 4 kicks off in Wellington and continues with the undefeated Rebels and Crusaders hosting the next games, against the Brumbies and the Chiefs respectively, but the best might just be coming last with the Bulls hosting the Sharks at Loftus Versfeld.
Brumbies back-rower Lachie McCaffrey has taken a round-a-bout course to regular Super Rugby starter. His story is one of persistence, with a worthwhile message for Rugby Australia bosses, too.
Wallabies star David Pocock has been named to boost a buoyant Brumbies team for their Super Rugby clash with the Hurricanes.
Three big trans-Tasman clashes headline Round 3 of Super Rugby, including a double-header to get us started on Friday evening. Read on for all of this week's team lists.
The Brumbies put seven tries past the Chiefs in their Super Rugby encounter in Canberra, smashing the Waikato-based franchise 54-17 on Saturday.
In Super Rugby round two we see two trans-Tasman clashes as well as a New Zealand derby. Read for all of this week's team lists.
Round 1 of Super Rugby is in the books and there were already some interesting takeaways for each team and the big question mark hanging over their heads in 2019. We address the key execution, or personnel issues, here.
The Brumbies are licking their wounds from a costly Super Rugby season-opening defeat to the Melbourne Rebels.
The Waratahs will again start favourites for the Australian Super Rugby conference, but with the Brumbies, Rebels and Reds all boasting improved squads, it promises to be a keenly fought division in 2019. Full preview here.
The Brumbies and the NSW Waratahs are facing injury concerns ahead of the Super Rugby season following their final trial game on Thursday night.
It is high time Super Rugby picked up its act. So too numerous Australian players, who have for too long got away with going through the motions. The World Cup is a mere eight months away, Greg Growden writes.
Quade Cooper's Melbourne Rebels debut was put on hold by an injury that forced him out of the 52-38 trial loss to the ACT Brumbies in Canberra.
As the countdown to the 2019 season begins we look ahead to our four big women's winter codes: AFLW, Super Netball, Super W and rugby league. What will be the same in 2019? What has changed? Read our bold predictions for the season ahead.
The Brumbies are confident they can rejuvenate the career of veteran Wallabies prop James Slipper after signing him on a two-year Super Rugby deal.
Versatile former Wallabies prop Ben Alexander has retired from professional rugby after a record 154 appearances for the Brumbies in Super Rugby.
Brumbies recruit Toni Pulu is immediately eligible for Wallabies duties due to a World Rugby dispensation, after he signed a two-year deal with the Canberra-based side on Tuesday.
The Waratahs might have made the Super Rugby semifinals but their rating reflects their easy ride to the finals, while another team's year can only be described as a "missed opportunity", writes Greg Growden.
Excitement about the Brumbies future was the big factor in convincing co-captain Christian Lealiifiano to sign a new one-year deal with the Super Rugby club.
The Wallabies are facing a big problem at outside centre for the Rugby Championship with Tevita Kuridrani to miss the next three months due to a pectoral injury.
Melbourne Rebels have landed a ready-made replacement for departing back-rowers Amanaki Maki and Lopeti Timani, signing Isi Naisarani from the Brumbies.
There was plenty on the line in the final regular season round yet two Australian teams were unable to perform when it mattered most. The Brumbies did, however, exposing the Waratahs for exactly what they are.
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- BRUMB2ndTRIES SCORED 1st Crusaders : 23 Tries ScoredCRUS1st2123
- BRUMB7thPOINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Bulls : 63 Points DifferenceBULLS1st363