Brumbies - a brief rugby history
Colours: Jersey: White with Navy Blue & Gold trim Shorts: Navy Blue with Gold trim Socks: Navy Blue
Home Ground: GIO Stadium, Canberra
Chairman: Matthew Nobbs
CEO: Phil Thomson
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The Brumbies were formed in 1996. They represent the Australian Rugby Regions of Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and Southern New South Wales (Sthn NSW).
The 2020 head coach is Dan McKellar. The assistant coaches are Laurie Fisher & Peter Hewat.
The 2020 squad is:
Forwards: Allan Ala'alatoa; Jahrome Brown; Tom Cusack; Murray Douglas; Blake Enever; Folau Fainga'a; Nick Frost; Leslie Leuluaialli-Makin; Harry Lloyd; Lachlan Lonergan; Lachlan McCaffrey; Connel McInerney; Will Miller; Caderyn Neville; Tom Ross; Pete Samu; Scott Sio; James Slipper; Darcy Swain; Shambeckler Vui; Rob Valetine.
Backs: Tom Banks; Issak Fines; Mack Hansen; Len Ikitau; Solomone Kata; Bayley Kuenzie; Tevita Kuridrani; Noah Lolesio; Ryan Lonergan; Andrew Muirhead; Reesjan Pasitoa; Guy Porter; Joe Powell; Toni Pulu; Irae Simone; Tom Wright.
They play 8 Home games against: Reds; Rebels; Highlanders; Waratahs; Hurricanes; Jaquares; Stormers; Sunwolves.
They play 8 Away games against: Chiefs; Sunwolves; Blues; Reds; Sharks; Bulls; Rebels; Waratahs.
They finished in 3rd position at the end of the 2019 round-robin stages, losing in a Semi Final.
They are 9th= on the New Zealand TAB fixed odds to win the competition @ NZ$34.00