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Super 15 rugby 2012

Date : Friday 24 February
Brumbies vs Force
Venue : Canberra Stadium, Canberra
Time : Fri 24 Feb 19:40(AEDT)
HEAD TO HEAD: Played 8 – Brumbies 3, Force 3, Draw 2.
LAST TIME: May 21, 2011 (Perth) – Force 13-13 Brumbies (round 14).
REFEREE: Bryce Lawrence (NZ)

WALKING WOUNDED: Brumbies utility and incumbent Wallabies inside centre Pat McCabe is still a few weeks away from a return following post-World Cup shoulder surgery. Force lock Sam Wykes will miss the season opener with a nagging hamstring injury, however veteran Nathan Sharpe returns after being rested from the club’s trial matches.

Brumbies Past Five:
Week 18: Loss, 41-7 v Waratahs, Sydney
Week 17: Win, 32-17 v Rebels, Canberra
Week 16: Win 22-14 v Reds, Brisbane
Week 15: Loss, 16-3 v Stormers, Canberra
Week 14: Draw, 13-13 v Force, Perth

Force Past Five:
Week 18: Win, 27-24 v Rebels, Melbourne
Week 17: Loss, 24-21 v Reds, Perth
Week 16: Win, 21-14 v Highlanders, Dunedin
Week 15: Loss, 34-28 v Hurricanes, Wellington
Week 14: Draw, 13-13 v Brumbies, Perth

The Brumbies beat the Force in their opening pre-season hit-out before a hard-fought 27-20 loss against the Reds. New coach Jake White faces a tough challenge this season after no less than 14 players – including Adam Ashley-Cooper, Matt Giteau, Rocky Elsom and former skipper Stephen Hoiles – left the club at the end of last season. Wallabies Stephen Moore, Ben Alexander and McCabe are still on the books, but with so many youngsters on the roster it’s sure to be a roller coaster ride for Brumbies fans in 2012. The Force hardly set the world on fire in the pre-season, registering a 25-0 loss to the Brumbies and a 40-10 defeat at the hands of defending champions the Reds. Granted, new skipper David Pocock didn’t play in the first trial against the Brumbies and it’s always dangerous to focus on pre-season form. But with young superstar James O’Connor now wearing a Melbourne Rebels jumper after the Force inexplicably let him walk out the door last year, and with no recognised No.10 in the ranks to replace him, it shapes as a long year for the men from the west.

WE THINK: The Force have never won their opening game of the Super Rugby season and we expect that trend to continue on Friday night. The visitors boast a brilliant back-row and a strong forward pack, but their backline is about as lethal as labrador puppy and it’s hard to see where their points are going to come from. The new-look Brumbies are an unknown quantity but youthful enthusiasm and their willingness to impress new coach Jake White should be enough to secure the points at home. Brumbies by 8.


BRUMBIES: 1. Ben Alexander, 2. Stephen Moore, 3. Dan Palmer, 4. Leon Power, 5. Sam Carter, 6. Peter Kimlin, 7. Ita Vaea, 8. Ben Mowen (c), 9. Nic White, 10. Matt Toomua, 11. Jesse Mogg, 12. Christian Lealiifano, 13. Andrew Smith, 14. Henry Speight, 15. Robbie Coleman.

Reserves: 16. Anthony Hegarty, 17. Ruaidhri Murphy, 18. Scott Fardy, 19. Michael Hooper, 20. Ian Prior, 21. Zack Holmes, 22. Joe Tomane.

FORCE: 1. Pek Cowan, 2. Nathan Charles, 3. Salesi Ma’afu, 4. Toby Lynn, 5. Nathan Sharpe, 6. Matt Hodgson, 7. David Pocock (c), 8. Ben McCalman, 9. Brett Sheehan, 10. James Stannard, 11. Napolioni Nalaga, 12. Rory Sidey, 13. Winston Stanley, 14. Nick Cummins, 15. Alfie Mafi.

Reserves: 16. Elvis Taione, 17. Kieran Longbottom, 18. Phoenix Battye, 19. Angus Cottrell, 20. Justin Turner, 21. Ben Seymour, 22. Sam Wara.

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