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Larkham signs new three-year deal as Fisher bids farewell

By 29 June 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE

Stephen Larkham has committed to another three years as University of Canberra Brumbies Head Coach, taking him through to the end of the 2017 Super Rugby season.
The announcement comes as Laurie Fisher confirmed he will finish his tenure as Director of Rugby with the UC Brumbies at season’s end to join English Premiership side, [...]

Brumbies go down 39-8 to the Waratahs

By 29 June 2014

An injury-depleted Brumbies have gone down 39-8 to the Waratahs overnight in Sydney.
Missing 11 players, including 6 Wallabies, it was never going to be an easy task for the Brumbies.
To make matters worse for the Brumbies, Tevita Kuridrani left the field injured after 10 minutes.
The Waratahs pushed out to a 14-0 lead after 20 minutes. [...]

Raiders go down 19-18 to the West Tigers

By 29 June 2014

The Raiders have narrowly gone down 19-18 to the West Tigers overnight at Campbelltown Stadium.
Things started badly for the West Tigers when James Tedesco, who recently backflipped on a deal with the Raiders, was left in agony after the first tackle of the game. Tedesco clashed knees with Terry Campese. Reports have now confirmed Tedesco [...]

Record number of teams for Kanga Cup

By 28 June 2014
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The 2014 Subway Kanga Cup will be the biggest tournament yet to be staged with a confirmed entry list of 273 teams ready to take to the fields in Canberra in July. Participants will enjoy a week of fun, friendship and football creating memories and friendships that will last a lifetime.
The playing arenas of Southwell [...]

Tuggies draw South Hobart in the round of 32 in the FFA Cup

By 27 June 2014
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Tuggeranong United Football Club have just drawn South Hobart in the inaugural FFA Cup.
The FFA Cup is a national knockout tournament run by Football Federation Australia in conjunction with the State and Territory Member Federations in Queensland, New South Wales, Northern New South Wales, Victoria, Australian Capital Territory, Tasmania, South Australia and Western Australia. The [...]

Canberran Nick Kyrgios stuns 13th seed at Wimbledon

By 27 June 2014

Be proud Canberra! Local boy Nick Kyrgios has pulled off a major upset overnight beating 13th seed Richard Gasquet in a five-set-marathon at Wimbledon.
Kyrgios came from two sets down and saved nine match points in what surely will go down as the win of his career.
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Own a piece of Brumbies history – Brum for sale

By 27 June 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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It’s the end of an era as the UC Brumbies get ready to farewell one of its greatest servants, Brum. The ambulance-turn-Brumbies big mover has been on the road representing the Brumbies for almost a decade however the time has come to part ways.
Brumbies Media & Communications Officer Elliot Woods said it is said to [...]

Laurie Fisher bound for the UK?

By 27 June 2014

Reports are circulating that Brumbies director of coaching Laurie Fisher is set to announce that he has taken up the head coaching job at English club Gloucester.
Many regard Fisher as one of the best forward coaches in the world. He is highly regarded for his technical knowledge of the game. Fisher returned to Canberra in [...]

Tomane re-signs for two more seasons

By 26 June 2014

Joe Tomane will remain a Brumby until the end of 2016 after re-signing with the ARU and the University of Canberra Brumbies on Thursday.
Two more years in Canberra will take Tomane’s time with the club through to five seasons, with the winger almost certain to rack up 50 caps at some point in 2015. Ruled [...]

Canberra’s own Patty Mills wins a NBA title with the San Antonio Spurs

By 16 June 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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A proud day for local sports as Canberra’s own Patty Mills showcased his incredible talent in the US, helping the San Antonio Spurs to take the NBA title.
The 25 year old basketball player attended Marist College and served as a ball boy for the Cannons around 2000. He was selected for the ACT under 18 [...]

Capital Football Round 10 Review

By 16 June 2014

National Premier League Round 10 – Review.
Saturday 14th June
Tuggeranong United 1 v Belconnen United 3
Belconnen United went to the top of the National Premier Leagues: Capital Football ladder for at least 24 hours after defeating Tuggeranong United 3-1 at Kambah on a cool Saturday afternoon. And, whilst the Blue Devils were worthy of the three [...]

ACT Women’s Premier League Round 11 Review

By 16 June 2014

ACT Women’s Premier League Football Round 11 – Review.
Sunday 15th June
Weston-Molonglo FC 7 v ANU WFC 0
Weston-Molonglo FC kept their hopes of a top four place alive after accounting for ANU WFC in a comfortable 7-0 victory. The Magpies led 2-0 at the interval and the pace of their attacks was simply too much for [...]

The real World Cup heroes are here in Canberra

By 16 June 2014 FEATURED ARTICLE
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Futbol is the talk of the town this week which is so refreshing. All of a sudden the budget, the economic downturn and the ravages of winter have been forgotten because we’re all be hypnotized by the world’s best footballers in Brazil.
We’ve panicked for the socceroos. I was one of those who feared we’d go [...]

Capital Football Round 9 Review

By 12 June 2014

National Premier League Round 9 – Review.
Sunday 8th June
Tuggeranong United 2 v FFA COE 1
A fifth win of the season from eight matches has Tuggeranong United sitting well placed in fifth on the National Premier Leagues Capital Football ladder after they downed the FFA COE 2-1 at Kambah 2 in a fiercely fought encounter. Both [...]

ACT Women’s Premier League Round 10 Review

By 12 June 2014

ACT Women’s Premier League Football Round 10 – Review.
Sunday 8th June
ACTAS 5 v Monaro Panthers 0
ACTAS romped to an impressive 5-0 victory over Monaro Panthers inflicting a second defeat of the season on the previous run-away league leaders who had no answer to the pace and movement of a young and gifted ACTAS outfit that [...]

Raiders go down 28-4 to the Broncos

By 10 June 2014

Another disappointing result for the Raiders last night in Canberra going down 28-4 against the Broncos in front of a small crowd of only 8,094.
The Raiders showed a lot of enthusiasm early and were locked in an arm wrestle with the Broncos, with the game being played between the side’s 20 metre lines.
However this enthusiasm [...]

Raiders buy or getout

By 9 June 2014

I have just sat through the most pathetic game of what is purported to be rugby league served up by Brisbane Broncos and the Canberra Raiders and Brisbane did nothing wrong, so work it out. 
Please buy some footballers Canberra or throw in the towel and get out of the NRL.
The Raiders are so slow [...]

Daramalan College and Lake Ginninderra College best in Canberra

By 5 June 2014

The Belconnen Basketball Sports Centre has played host to the Kate Tominac and John Stelzer College Cup competition. This is an annual event with the eventual winners having the opportunity to participate in the Australian Schools Championships (ASC), Basketball Australia’s national competition at the end of the year. Each state is represented by one school [...]

Stephen Moore to become the nation’s 81st Test captain

By 3 June 2014

Congratulations to Stephen Moore after it was announced yesterday that he will lead the Wallabies out against France on Saturday at Suncorp Stadium. In doing so he becomes the nation’s 81st Test captain.
“It’s extremely humbling to be given the opportunity, especially when you consider the number of exceptional leaders we have in the current [...]

Gunners pull off hard fought victories while Capitals Academy fall agonisly short

By 3 June 2014
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It was a polar opposite weekend for the Canberra Gunners and Capitals Academy as the men’s side swept the round with two victories while the women were unable to register a win.
Against the Bendigo Lady Braves on Saturday night, the Capitals Academy fell behind by 21 points at the main break. They pulled the deficit [...]

Capital Football Round 8 Review

By 2 June 2014

National Premier League Round 8 – Review.
Sunday 1st June
FFA COE 5 v Monaro Panthers 1
The FFA COE survived the dismissal of Christian Verbi to record an overwhelming 5-1 victory over Monaro Panthers on the maiden first grade match played on the new FIFA accredited synthetic pitch at the Australian Institute of Sport. Verbi was sent [...]

ACT Women’s Premier League Round 9 Review

By 2 June 2014

ACT Women’s Premier League Football Round 9 – Review.
Sunday 1st June
Canberra FC 1 v Weston-Molonglo FC 0
A solitary goal from Grace Gill nine minutes from time earned Canberra FC a 1-0 victory over Weston-Molonglo FC in Round 9 of the ACT Women’s Premier League at Deakin Stadium. Gill struck with time running out to decide [...]

Brumbies 37-10 over the Rebels in Canberra

By 1 June 2014
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A classy Brumbies dominated the Rebels last night in Canberra strolling to a 37-10 win.
A first half double to Matt Toomua saw the Brumbies go to the break with a 25-3 lead.
Nic White put in a man of the match performance as national coach, Ewen McKenzie watched from the stands.
A six-try bonus point win [...]

Raiders go down 26-12 to the Roosters

By 1 June 2014

The Roosters showed their class against a struggling Raiders with a 26-12 win at Allianz Stadium Sydney.
The Roosters strolled to a 18-0 lead after 33 minutes.
However to the Raiders credit they played a much more competitive second half, getting rid of defensive errors and completing their sets.
Ricky Stuart said after the match that he was [...]

Raider Rubbish

By 31 May 2014

Shame the National Rugby League (NRL) doesn’t have promotion and relegation.  That way it would at least force Canberra to put a decent team out there, or you would hope so. I have just suffered enough at 22 nil against Easts when I turned off. It appeared Easts were only going through the motions, it [...]

Good luck to Canberra referee Ben Williams

By 30 May 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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37 year old Canberra referee Ben Williams flies out to Brazil tomorrow and goes straight into a referee camp in preparation for the game’s showpiece event.
Williams was selected as one of 25 referees from around the globe to officiate at the World Cup in Brazil which starts 12 June.
Williams will most likely only find out [...]

Warren Miller’s Ski & Snowboard Film – One night only!

By 29 May 2014 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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[ 30 May 2014 at 7:30 pm; ]

This Friday, celebrate winter with Warren Miller’s Ticket to Ride. The newest chapter in the legendary film series, Ticket to Ride will take you on an action packed journey with the world’s best skiers and snowboarders. Witness athletes at their career best, and discover the paths that put them at the top of the steepest [...]

James Tedesco signs with the Raiders

By 27 May 2014

Promising West Tigers fullback James Tedesco has agreed a 3 year deal with the Raiders.
Last ditch attempts by the West Tigers to keep the 21 year old have failed after a lucrative offer was put forward by the Raiders – believed to be nearly $2 million over 3 years.
What do you think Raiders fan’s?
Further details [...]

Capital Football Round 7 Review

By 27 May 2014

National Premier League Round 7 – Review.
Sunday 25th May
Canberra FC 5 v Canberra City 0
Canberra FC ensured they remained top of the National Premier Leagues: Capital Football after defeating a belligerent Canberra City 5-0 at Deakin Stadium. The home team was always in control of the match but City made them work hard for their [...]

ACT Women’s Premier League Round 8 Review

By 27 May 2014

ACT Women’s Premier League Football Round 8 – Review.
Thursday 22nd May
ANU WFC 0 v Canberra FC 11
Canberra FC romped to their fifth win of the season as they crushed ANU WFC 11-0 in a match brought forward from Round 10 and switched to Deakin Stadium under lights in midweek. The victory moved Canberra FC into [...]

Raiders 42-12 over the Cowboys in Canberra

By 25 May 2014

The Canberra Raiders have bounced back after a month to forget with a dominant 42-12 win over the North Queensland Cowboys this afternoon in Canberra.
The Cowboys, missing Johnathan Thurston, Matt Scott and James Tamou, all on origin duty, were the first to score when Ethan Lowe crossed after 18 minutes.
However a try to Paul Vaughan [...]

Brumbies go down 44-23 to the Bulls

By 24 May 2014

The Brumbies have surrendered top spot in the Australian conference after going down 44-23 overnight in Pretoria.
The result kept the Brumbies winless on their two-game trip to South Africa.
The Brumbies were never in the game as the Bulls run out to a 31-6 lead by the 44th minute.
“The Bulls put on a display tonight they [...]

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