|100%||Kick Percent Success||50%|
|24||Kicks From Hand||29|
|48% / 42%||Possession 1H/2H||52% / 58%|
|49% / 40%||Territory 1H/2H||51% / 60%|
|91 / 92 (98%)||Rucks Won||112 / 115 (97%)|
|4 / 7 (57%)||Mauls Won||5 / 5 (100%)|
|0||Total Free Kicks Conceded||1|
Veteran centre Tevita Kuridrani has signed with Western Force, with the Brumbies Super Rugby AU champion looking to freshen up his career after nine years in Canberra.
The Brumbies claimed the inaugural Super Rugby AU with a gripping 28-23 triumph over the Reds on Saturday night, but it was the performance of Noah Lolesio, in his first game back from injury, that really set tongues wagging.
The Brumbies have claimed their first trophy since 2004 after they held of a dogged, but ill-disciplined, Queensland Reds side in the Super Rugby AU final in Canberra.
The Brumbies have the ability to smother teams at home but a trip to Canberra should hold few fears for a Reds side riding a wave of momentum and self-belief. The Super Rugby AU decider promises to be incredibly tight.
While the make-up of next year's Super Rugby competition is still to be determined, Western Force have announced a new contract for coach Tim Sampson.
Dave Rennie's Wallabies stocks have taken a beating as the Queensland Reds beat the Melbourne Rebels 25-13 to book their spot in the Super Rugby AU final.