Nic White makes late move into second place
June 2, 2014
Brumbies trio Nic White, Stephen Moore and Matt Toomua are making a concerted charge towards the lead of the Greg Growden Medal. White, Moore and Toomua all received points in the Brumbies thrashing of the Rebels, and are now within touch of the leader- Waratahs openside flanker Michael Hooper.
White is now in second place, just two points behind Hooper, after yet another excellent performance behind the Brumbies pack earnt him 7.5 votes on the weekend White has now polled in eight Super Rugby matches, which sees him putting pressure on Will Genia for the Test No 9 jersey.
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