In Canberra and across the ditch in New Zealand, Brumbies stars of the future have been flying the flag for Australia’s most successful franchise.
See our roundup of all the action below.
Brumbies U19’s Sparkle In Championship Opener
The Brumbies U19’s got their 2019 National Championships campaign underway, with a comprehensive 45-14 win over the Melbourne Rebels.
Seven tries including a double from Dave Teoteo and one breathtaking effort from Brendan Jimenez secured the match points for the Brumbies as they look forward to their weeklong championship run next week, starting this Sunday.
Catch the full replay above.
Brumbies 45: (T: B. Jimenez, L. Reimer, Z. Marlot, L. Chan-Tung, C. Toole, D. Teoteo 2; C: T. Haddad 3, B. Jimenez)
Aussie U18’s and Schools Two From Two To Start 2019
Brumbies backs coach Peter Hewat’s Australian U18 and Schools maintain a perfect record in their opening two fixtures of the underage calendar, taking down Fiji and the New Zealand Schools Barbarians.
First up was Fiji where Nudgee College product Reesjan Pasitoa kicked the goals in his sides 39-7 win.
Next up was the BaaBaa’s where this time it was Wests playmaker Tony Alofipo’s turn to take the kicking duties, and he was excellent, accounting for 10 of the Australian’s 30 points.
You can watch the highlights courtesy of Sky Sports NZ below.
Hawke And McGee Steering Schools Stars With Aussie Barbarians
While the Australian Schools play in New Zealand, closer to home, Queanbeyan Whites coach Dan Hawke alongside Gungahlin Eagle's Ben McGee have been taking charge of the Australian Schools Barbarians.
The pair famously stewarded the ACT Schoolboys side that took home the National Championships in 2017.
The Barbarians side will be in action on Wednesday, 2 October against Samoa Schools and it will be livestreamed on Australian Schoolboys Facebook page. (above)