With victory last week, the chances of the NSW Country Eagles repeating their 2014 finals appearance remain alive and well.
The last two undefeated sides in the 2015 Buildcorp National Rugby Championship go toe-to-toe in the nation's capital this weekend when the UC Vikings entertain Brisbane City at Viking Park, Canberra.
Captain Colby Fainga’a, Pat Leafa and Lopeti Timani all return to this week’s Melbourne Rising starting lineup, after Head Coach Zane Hilton named an experienced side to host NSW Country Eagles at Geelong’s Simonds Stadium on Thursday night.
The following Buildcorp National Rugby Championship player has been referred to the judiciary this week:
Though the NRC strives to be our equivalent of the ITM Cup, or Currie Cup, in its current infant stage it can’t compete with the traditions of those competitions.
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Brisbane City edged their way back to the top of the 2015 Buildcorp National Rugby Championship on points difference after a scintillating display of attacking Rugby saw them defeat the Sydney Stars 58-0 at Leichhardt Oval.
Perth Spirit’s finals hopes have taken a massive blow, after a 32-29 loss at the hands of the NSW Country Eagles at McGillivray Oval on Sunday.
McInnes Wilson Lawyers Brisbane City have booked a place in the Buildcorp National Rugby Championship (NRC) semi-finals after defeating the Sydney Stars 58-0 in a one-sided encounter at Leichardt Oval in Sydney on Friday night.
The UC Vikings have defeated the Melbourne Rising 42-16 in a clinical performance at Viking Park in Canberra.