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Brumbies finals tickets on sale

By johnboy - 11 July 2013 8

The Brumbies have one more regular season game to go, but they’re confident enough to be selling finals tickets:

Tickets for the University of Canberra Brumbies first home final are now on sale for the general public.

Brumbies supporters are advised that the home qualifying/semi-final will take place on either be the Friday 19, Sunday 21, Friday 26 or Saturday 27 July, with the opponent to be finalized closer to the completion of the Super Rugby regular season.

Going on sale now also enables Brumbies Rugby to:

1. Provide a longer exclusive sale period for Brumbies members – one week v two days
2. Maximize the chances of a capacity crowd at Canberra Stadium.

If you have any questions, please contact the membership hotline on 1300 733 899
A full information pack is provided to guide you through the process of purchasing your seats and any additional tickets you may wish to secure.

We look forward to seeing you at the game. Go Brumbies.

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Brumbies finals tickets on sale
beardedclam 1:55 pm 12 Jul 13

Heavs said :

How are you all thinking about going to the game? I was thinking about using the bus but the bandwagon seems like a much better idea.

Free Action bus for you it is, the bandwagon is broken, too many people tried to get on board late and it crumbled, in typical Canberra fashion.

Eyeball In A Quart J 12:28 pm 12 Jul 13

The Reds are missing Horwill and Genia, and are fielding a pretty underwhelming lineup for their match against the Tahs.

Looks like they’re possibly saving themselves for the finals.

watto23 11:57 am 12 Jul 13

ah yes forgot the 4 points for the bye! Never understand this myself, same in the NRL and AFL.

Anyway Brumbies have a home final, or there will be a match fixing scandal. That said I won’t be surprised if the Waratahs choke for the Reds.

Heavs 8:49 am 12 Jul 13

How are you all thinking about going to the game? I was thinking about using the bus but the bandwagon seems like a much better idea.

Eyeball In A Quart J 11:14 pm 11 Jul 13

che said :

The Cheetahs have a bye so 4 points for them.
The final 6 are locked in for the first time in many years, just a matter of who ends up where.e

Yep. The top 6 teams are locked in and now this week determines where they end up.

The Brumbies will want to hope either the Chiefs or Bulls falter so they can achieve a top 2 spot and have next week off, granted they win this week.

The Brumbies can’t slip below 3rd as they’ve essentially wrapped up the top spot in the Australian conference.

It should also be noted (as many people don’t realise) that two years ago the rules were changed so that “Wins” now trump “points differential” when teams are equal on competition points. Fortunately in this case not only do the Brumbies have the extra win, but the points differential is so massive that it would require one or two record breaking results for the Reds to overtake them.

Last year the Brumbies would’ve actually won the conference under the old rules as they did finish with a higher points differential, but less wins than the Reds.

che 6:38 pm 11 Jul 13

The Cheetahs have a bye so 4 points for them.
The final 6 are locked in for the first time in many years, just a matter of who ends up where.e

watto23 3:10 pm 11 Jul 13

yeah the difference is 118, that said if the Crusaders lose (unlikely, but possible and is the first game of the final round), then the worst they could finish is 4th and they’d still be hosting a final. In fact the only spot up for debate is whether the Cheetahs or Stormers will finish 6th. Yes some shuffling of the other 5 teams is possible.
Also the Reds have players out with injury, basically conceding they will be away first week of the finals.

You could go as far as saying if the Reds ended up coming first, that the two Aussie games would be looked at for match fixing.

CrocodileGandhi 11:35 am 11 Jul 13

While an unfortunate series of events has conspired in the past to deny the finals to the Brumbies, it’s extremely unlikely in this case. The Brumbies will have to lose to the Force by 50 points and the Reds will have to beat the Waratahs by 50 points in order for the Brumbies to miss out on a home final. The Crusaders also have to win, though I suspect at least that part will eventuate.

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