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    ACT Brumbies

    The ACT Brumbies, based out of Canberra, were formed in 1996 and are Australia's most successful Super Rugby side. They are two-time Super Rugby winners (2001 and 2004) as well as four-time runners up (1997, 2000, 2002 and 2013).

    They are named after the wild horses which inhabit Canberra's hinterland, and represent both the ACT and southern NSW regions.

    The ACT Brumbies, based out of Canberra, were formed in 1996 and are Australia's most successful Super Rugby side. They are two-time Super Rugby winners (2001 and 2004) as well as four-time runners up (1997, 2000, 2002 and 2013).

    They are named after the wild horses which inhabit Canberra's hinterland, and represent both the ACT and southern NSW regions.

    Eight players have reached a century of apperarances for the Brumbies, including all-time record appearance maker George Smith (142) as well as George Gregan, Stephen Larkham and Jeremy Paul.

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    Melbourne Rebels

    The Melbourne Rebels are Australia's newest Super Rugby team, joining the competition in 2011 and playing their matches out of AAMI Park in the Melbourne & Olympic Parks precinct.

    The Rebels were led in their inaugural season by 1999 Rugby World Cup winning Coach Rod Macqueen, with Stirling Mortlock AM appointed as their foundation Captain.

    The Melbourne Rebels are Australia's newest Super Rugby team, joining the competition in 2011 and playing their matches out of AAMI Park in the Melbourne & Olympic Parks precinct.

    The Rebels were led in their inaugural season by 1999 Rugby World Cup winning Coach Rod Macqueen, with Stirling Mortlock AM appointed as their foundation Captain.

    Lachlan Mitchell was the first player to reach a half century of appearances for the Rebels, with others including Mitch Inman, Luke Jones, Hugh Pyle and Laurie Weeks joining him within the Club's first six seasons.

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    NSW Waratahs

    The New South Wales Waratahs, based out of Sydney and playing their home matches at Allianz Stadium, joined the Super Rugby competition in 1996 and won their first title in 2014.

    Prior to the birth of professional Rugby in 1996, the Waratahs had historically been the name for the NSWRU representative team, and their name and emblem comes from the state flower for New South Wales, the waratah.

    The New South Wales Waratahs, based out of Sydney and playing their home matches at Allianz Stadium, joined the Super Rugby competition in 1996 and won their first title in 2014.

    Prior to the birth of professional Rugby in 1996, the Waratahs had historically been the name for the NSWRU representative team, and their name and emblem comes from the state flower for New South Wales, the waratah.

    The most capped player in Waratahs history is Benn Robinson (148), while other notable centurions include Al Baxter, Matt Burke and Phil Waugh.

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    Queensland Reds

    The Queensland Reds, based out of Brisbane and playing their home matches at Suncorp Stadium, joined the Super Rugby competition in 1996 and won their first title in 2011.

    Prior to the birth of professional Rugby in 1996, they were a representative team selected on merit from Queensland Club Rugby competitions.

    The Queensland Reds, based out of Brisbane and playing their home matches at Suncorp Stadium, joined the Super Rugby competition in 1996 and won their first title in 2011.

    Prior to the birth of professional Rugby in 1996, they were a representative team selected on merit from Queensland Club Rugby competitions.

    The most capped player in the Reds' history is Sean Hardman (148), while other centurions include the likes of John Eales, Will Grigg, Chris Latham and Jason Little.

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    Western Force

    The Western Force entered the Super Rugby competition in 2006, playing their matches out of Perth's nib Stadium.

    In 2015 they celebrated ten years of existence and named a Team of the Decade, which featured twelve Wallabies with inaugural Captain Nathan Sharpe to lead the side.

    The Western Force entered the Super Rugby competition in 2006, playing their matches out of Perth's nib Stadium.

    In 2015 they celebrated ten years of existence and named a Team of the Decade, which featured twelve Wallabies with inaugural Captain Nathan Sharpe to lead the side.

    Matt Hodgson and Pek Cowan have each reached a century of caps for the Force, while the likes of Nathan Charles, Adam Coleman, Tetera Faulkner and Dane Haylett-Petty have each made their Wallabies debut on the back of performances out west in recent years.

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