Foxsports tells the tale of a remarkable smashing of a top flight team in South Africa by our own Brumbies.
They’ve also set a new record for consecutive away wins.
How far can this rag tag team of misfit renegades go?
The Brumbies are sure to win it this year. I’ll be overseas for the whole finals series. They will win it just to spite me.
I hope the winning streak continues for at least another few months. Despite my many and deep reservations about professional sports, I’ve won a couple of free tickets to the members stand for a home game in May. I just couldn’t resist a load of free food and grog, comfy seats and the sight of large blokes crashing into each other, so me and Mrs LSWCHP will be heading over there to watch it all happen.
This is all the more sweeter as it shoves it in the face of the majority of Australian rugby journos, who over the past week claimed that the Reds were the top Australian team, and that the Brumbies were not a serious contender for the Super Rugby season as they began their season with three victories against Australian teams.
As much as I’d love to say I’ll be waiting for them to eat their words this week, in reality I’m on edge to see what excuse they can come up with for the Reds having a shocker and why the Brumbies don’t have what it takes.
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