Brumbies DIY player ratings vs Reds: The results

We asked you to rate every Brumbies player out of 10 following their heartbreaking loss to the Reds in the Super Rugby AU final. Here are the results. He might have spent time off following a second-half yellow card, but Rob Valetini was your clear standout for the Brumbies. The number eight had an average […]

Brumbies DIY player ratings vs Reds: The results

We asked you to rate every Brumbies player out of 10 following their heartbreaking loss to the Reds in the Super Rugby AU final. Here are the results.

He might have spent time off following a second-half yellow card, but Rob Valetini was your clear standout for the Brumbies. The number eight had an average rating of 8.11 to cap off an outstanding Super Rugby AU season. He looks set to add to his sole Test cap in the near future.

Perhaps summing up why they went down, Noah Lolesio was the only other Brumby to post an average rating of above 7 for the night. The 21-year old also enjoyed a breakout campaign, the fly-half helping set up the Brumbies’ sole try and proving lethal from the spot to score the rest of their points.

Here are the full Brumbies player ratings from the Super Rugby AU final.

Brumbies Super Rugby AU final player ratings

1. Scott Sio
Average score: 5.65
Most common rating: 5 (33.3%)

2. Lachlan Lonergan
Average score: 6.46
Most common rating: 7 (28.6%)

3. Alan Alaalatoa (c)
Average score: 6.68
Most common rating: 7 (31.5%)

4. Darcy Swain
Average score: 6.64
Most common rating: 7 (35.6%)

5. Cadeyrn Neville
Average score: 6.63
Most common rating: 6 (31.5%)

6. Nick Frost
Average score: 6.41
Most common rating: 7 (44.1%)

7. Rory Scott
Average score: 6.06
Most common rating: 6 (35.9%)

8. Rob Valetini
Average score: 8.11
Most common rating: 9 (39%)

9. Nic White
Average score: 6.91
Most common rating: 7 (28.8%)

10. Noah Lolesio
Average score: 7.21
Most common rating: 8 (31%)

11. Tom Wright
Average score: 6.69
Most common rating: 7 (30.1%)

12. Irae Simone
Average score: 6.36
Most common rating: 6 (37%)

13. Len Ikitau
Average score: 6.31
Most common rating: 6 (37%)

14. Andy Muirhead
Average score: 6.32
Most common rating: 6 (26.7%)

15. Tom Banks
Average score: 6.84
Most common rating: 7 (38.6%)

16. Folau Fainga’a
Average score: 5.64
Most common rating: 6 (34.5%)

17. Harry Lloyd
Average score: 4.98
Most common rating: 5 (36.1%)

18. Tom Ross
Average score: 4.69
Most common rating: 5 (37%)

19. Henry Stowers
Average score: 4.95
Most common rating: 44 (38.6%)

20. Luke Reimer
Average score: 4.93
Most common rating: 5 (38.7%)

21. Ryan Lonergan
Average score: 5.51
Most common rating: 5 (33.6%)

22. Reesjan Pasitoa
Average score: 4.77
Most common rating: 5 (39.4%)

23. Mack Hansenu
Average score: 5.55
Most common rating: 5 (32%)

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The Brumbies don’t have long to lick their wounds after a gutting Super Rugby AU final loss, set to face New Zealand champions the Crusaders on Saturday. Allan Alaalatoa was hoping to compare title-winning tales with brother Michael when the pair clash in Round 1 of the Super Rugby Trans-Tasman competition this coming Saturday. Instead, […]

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The Brumbies don’t have long to lick their wounds after a gutting Super Rugby AU final loss, set to face New Zealand champions the Crusaders on Saturday.

Allan Alaalatoa was hoping to compare title-winning tales with brother Michael when the pair clash in Round 1 of the Super Rugby Trans-Tasman competition this coming Saturday.

Instead, the Brumbies captain will quickly lick his wounds and prepare for another mammoth task after his men lost a gutting Super Rugby AU final 19-16 to Queensland Reds on Saturday.

The Brumbies led 16-12 at fulltime and, with two men in the bin, defended mightily for five minutes until the Reds finally crossed through James O’Connor for the match-winner in front of almost 42,000 fans at Suncorp Stadium.

The Brumbies were crushed and frustrated at a 20-8 penalty count but quickly need to move on ahead of three consecutive away games against the Crusaders, Chiefs and Blues.

Allan’s brother Michael’s Crusaders defied a similar two-man shortage late in their clash with the Chiefs to defend their Super Rugby Aotearoa crown on Saturday.

“The boys were flying in everywhere; we’re all shattered, emptied the tank for 85 minutes,” the Brumbies prop said.

“Down to 13 men and holding them out for so long; it’s important that the boys get around each other tonight to enjoy, reflect.

“We’ll jump back on the horse and what a challenge we have, to verse the champs of Super Rugby Aotearoa, the team that’s been setting the standard in Super Rugby.”

Coach Dan McKellar applauded the Reds and the rivalry driving the spectacle but was again left puzzled by some late officiating after losing a third close game to Queensland this season.

“Just as long as everyone’s accountable for their performance out there tonight,” he said.

“I know the players are and the coaches are.

“With 13 blokes in the end it just became incredibly tough to hold them out…it was an interesting game to watch.”

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