ACT Brumbies coach Stephen Larkham to come out of retirement for Brisbane Tens However, World Cup winning coach Jake White tried to lure Larkham out of retirement to help the Brumbies in the 2012 Super Rugby season when Lealiifano and Toomua were injured.
Larkham has been on the Brumbies' coaching staff since retiring in 2011, but will end his tenure at the end of next year to become a full time Wallabies' assistant coach. The Brumbies are still searching for a playmaker rb sunglasses shop to fill the sizeable hole left by Lealiifano (illness) and Toomua (England) for the 2017 Super Rugby campaign. Contract hopefuls Isaac Thompson and Wharenui Hawera will likely learn in the coming weeks whether they've done enough to impress while emerging star Nick Jooste is also an option. The Brumbies were also keen to lure Matt Giteau back to Canberra, ray bands but the Wallabies veteran is committed to next season in France and ray ban sunglasses with price unlikely to return to the capital. Larkham's brief return will come as no surprise to most given the 42 year old regularly trains in opposed sessions and can't shake his competitive spirit.
Larkham also still plays in the Canberra club competition when his schedule allows him to suit up for the Wests' fourth grade side. The Queensland Reds have turned for Larkham's former Wallabies teammate Chris Latham as their wildcard player for the Brisbane 10s. Meanwhile, interim Brumbies boss Phil Thomson will end a 24 year career in rugby at the end of the year after opting not to return to where can i buy ray ban glasses his role as ARU Integrity Manager.
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