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Thursday, May 29, 2014

CANBERRA - The Brumbies are out to rediscover their "mojo" where they last left it: Canberra Stadium.

Three games left, three wins required.

That's the only way the Brumbies can be a Super Rugby force come finals after a disastrous two-week tour in South Africa that yielded just one competition point. Fortunately two of those matches will be at their fortress where they've won five in a row.

And it's a ground where Saturday's opponents the Melbourne Rebels have never tasted victory.

"Hopefully we'll get our mojo back," said Brumbies winger Henry Speight, who will spend the June Test window training with the Wallabies ahead of his September eligibility.







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