Brumbies made hat trick after a crushed Western Force 2020

Brumbies made hat trick after a crushed Western Force 2020

Brumbies made hat trick after a crushed Western Force 2020

In the Super Rugby AU, the Brumbies team took three wins out of three thanks to Sydney's 24-0 victory over Western forces.

Dan McKellar's ball-handling performance was encouraging, he passed Tom Wright and Irae Simone twice through whitewashing, leading 12-0 at the break.

The Force performed well defensively but were eventually eliminated. Pressure forced Will Miller and Conor McKinney to end two attempts against the Canberra team.

Even though Tim Sampson's men continued onward and kept their rivals from adding points, they did not have the far and away greatness to challenge last prepare's Super Rugby semi-finalists.
So far, Perth clothing has been competitive in the top leagues of Australian rugby, but compared with Australia's best teams, the quality gap has been exposed.

Brumbies - Tries Irae Simone, Tom Wright, Connal McInerney, Will Miller, Conversions: Bayley Kuenzle (2).

Western Force: Marcel Brache, Jack McGregor, Henry Taefu, Byron Ralston, Jono Lance, Brad Lacey, Brynard Stander, Nick Frisby, Tevin Ferris, Henry Stowers, Fergus Lee-Warner, Feleti Kaitu’u, Jeremy Thrush (Captain), Angus Wagner, Kieran Longbottom,

Replacements: Chris Heiberg, Andrew Ready, Ollie Atkins, Tom Sheminant, Kyle Godwin, Ollie Callan, Richard Kahui,  Jacob Abel.

Brumbies: Tevita Kuridrani, Tom Banks, Tom Wright, Solomone Kata, Nick Frost, Irae Simone, Pete Samu, Bayley Kuenzle, Joe Powell, Allan Alaalatoa (captain), Will Miller, Rob Valetini, Scott Sio, Murray Douglas, Folau Fainga’a. 

Replacements: Harry Lloyd Connal, McInerney, Andy Muirhead, James Slipper, Issak Fines, Ben Hyne, Mack Hansen, Lachlan McCaffrey, 

Referee: Damon Murphy
Assistant referees: Amy Perrett & Angus Gardner