Brumbies confirm 2021 Super W squad

Tue, 18/05/2021, 05:21 am
Brumbies Media
by Brumbies Media
Michaela Leonard of the Brumbies competes for a lineout during the round five SuperW Rugby match between the Brumbies and the Reds at GIO Stadium on March 15, 2020 in Canberra, Australia. (Photo by Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images)

The ACT Brumbies have confirmed their squad for the 2021 Buildcorp Super W season with 18 of the 28 strong group returning in Brumbies colours this year.

A total of 10 new faces will join newly-unveiled head coach Dan Hawke's group, including Wallaroos star Lilyann Mason-Spice, coming off three titles in a row with the Waratahs.

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Five members of the inaugural Brumbies group from the 2018 season remain in 2021, front-rowers Louise Burrows and Harriet Elleman, Locks Michaela Leonard and Emily Sogal and halfback Jane Garraway. 

Having co-captained the group in 2020, Leonard and Garraway are likely to continue in leadership roles, with confirmation on captaincy to be confirmed soon. 

Competition details will also be confirmed soon, after the inclusion of a sixth team, the President’s XV was confirmed by Rugby Australia.

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Brumbies head coach Dan Hawke said: "It's exciting for us to be able to confirm our squad for the 2021 season."

"We're happy with the makeup of the group, with the experience we have and also the youth, we feel we can grow into the year. 

"There's plenty of players in the squad who will be pushing for higher honours and that all starts with this team, this group and we can't wait to get started."


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Brumbies 2021 Buildcorp Super W squad


Kimberly Fyfe, Dubbo Kangaroos

Iris Verebalavu, Uni-Norths Owls

Niki Paterson, Canberra Royals

Tayla Stanford, Tuggeranong Vikings


Harriet Elleman, Wagga Aggies

Louise Burrows, Canberra Royals

Montana Ojeda, Gordon Rugby


Ash Fernandez, Canberra Royals

Grace Kemp, Canberra Royals

Michaela Leonard, Tuggeranong Vikings

Emily Sogal, Tuggeranong Vikings


Pearl Rakete, Goulburn Dirty Reds

Rebecca Symth, Narromine Gorillas

Zali Waihape-Andrews, Tuggeranong Vikings


Jane Garraway, Uni-Norths Owls

Susannah Cooke, Eastern Suburbs Sydney


Ash Bishop, Canberra Royals

Ella Ryan, Canberra Royals


Teliya Hetaraka, Tuggeranong Vikings

Apryll Green, Wagga City

Pesi Palu, Uni-Norths Owls


Halley Derera, Canberra Royals

Tamsin Barber, Eastern Suburbs Sydney

Makayla Morris, Tuggeranong Vikings

Claudia Obst, Uni-Norths Owls

Talei Qalo Wilson, Uni-Norths OwlsBrooke Gilroy, Canberra Royals

Lillyann Mason-Spice, Dubbo Kangaroos

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