The most notable news in the rugby sevens category right now is the fact that ACT Brumbies are seeking redemption at the next World Cup which will be held in Twickenham later this weekend.

Skipper Robbie Coleman is very confident with the team, and he feels that the proper combination of experience and youth in the team will enable them to come out on top at the 7s at Twickenham. He has not played a 7s in quite a while. He last played a 7s game at the Delhi Commonwealth Games which was held in 2010. Coleman is a former Australian under 20s star player, and he clinched the silver the Commonwealth Games in Delhi.

The ACT Brumbies had been defeated at the last Super Rugby games at Hamilton, which they had played against the Chiefs, and everyone is of the opinion that this time around, it just might spell victory for the Brumbies at the rugby sevens match, where they have Stephen Larkham at the helm to help them along the way.

For the rugby sevens this time, the Brumbies have a very strong squad, and the team includes the likes of Colby Faingaa, Ian Prior, Zack Holmes and Andrew Smith. And many of the players have never yet played at Twickenham before, so it will be a first time for them at the venue, and it is truly an honor representing the ACT Brumbies, and most importantly, Australia, according to Coleman. And when asked what they think of the opposition, Coleman said that they do not know a great deal about the opponent team, but then the team is strong and in full form, and they have played a fair number of rugby sevens games for the past few weeks, so things should not be too hard for them.