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Brumbies vs Force: Super W live scores, blog

7th April, 2018
When: 5pm AEST
Where: GIO Stadium
Tv: Fox-delayed

1. Brittney-Lee Bedford
2. Louise Burrows
3. Peta Cox
4. Charlene Gubb
5. Shellie Milward
6. Jess Howard
7. Georgia O’Neill
8. Tayla Stanford
9. Jane Garraway
10. Ash Kara
11. Darcy Read
12. Michelle Perry
13. Paremo Marsh
14. Talei Wilson
15. Sammie Wood

16. Skeda Marsh
17. Anna Koravata
18. Merrin Starr
19. Michaela Leonard
20. Skye Churchill
21. Kiara Meredith-Brown
22. Tania Afamasaga
23. Kiahn Bellchambers

1. Darryl Wickliffe
2. Tara Reed (vc)
3. Tai Marshall
4. Katie Barnes
5. Rebecca Clough
6. Taylor Waterson
7. Vesinia Schaaf-Taufa
8. Katherine Outred
9. Kendra Fell
10. Trilleen Pomare (c)
11. Courtney Hodder
12. Huia Swannell
13. Zakiya Kereopa
14. Zion Taurima
15. Caitlyn Edwards

16. Antoinette Jago
17. Alex Bannon
18. Gillian Forde
19. Kate Alexander
20. Terau Pasene-Grennell
21. Natalia Tearoa
22. Ariana Carnachan
23. Tui Cope
Sammi Wood of the Brumbies kicks a conversion during the round four Super W match between the Rebels and the Brumbies at AAMI Park on March 30, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)
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7th April, 2018

Match result:

The Force closed out the Super W home-and-away season with a 19-point win over the Brumbies.

Final score
Brumbies 10
Force 29

Match preview:

The Brumbies and the Force are doing battle from the nation’s capital, as a prelude to Super Rugby. Join The Roar for live scores and a blog of the match, starting from 5pm AEST.

You could be forgiven for thinking this game was no more than a bronze medal game so to speak, but the teams won’t look at it like that, as pride goes on the line tonight from Canberra.

The Brumbies form leading into this game has been here and there, with large losses to Queensland and New South Wales, but played a strong second half to beat the Rebels 37-8.

As for the Force, well they’ve dropped off following a 72-point win to start the competition, with losses to NSW and Qld being their downfall. The Women from the west currently hold third place, but will surrender it with a loss in Canberra tonight.

In team news: the Brumbies make four changes, as Brittany-Lee Bedford takes over from Voleta Tupuola in the front row, and Charlene Gubb comes into the lock position for Canberra, while Jane Garraway replaces Remi Wilton.


For the Force, one change in the forwards, Tai Marshall comes in for Alex Bannon, and we have a major backline shuffle as Huia Swannell moves to inside centre.

Force to be too strong in Canberra, but don’t expect a Round 1-esque scoreline.

Force by 11.

Join The Roar for live scores and a blog of the match, starting from 5pm AEST.