Canberra Vikings (@1.44) vs Brisbane City (@3.0)

Our Prediction:

Canberra Vikings will win

Canberra Vikings – Brisbane City Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 00:00

The Canberra Vikings played in the Australian Rugby Championship, known as the ARC, in 2007. The ARC was terminated at the end of 2007 after only one season of competition, with the Australian Rugby Union citing higher costs than budgeted and further projected financial losses.[79] The Canberra Vikings team was disbanded with the end of the ARC competition. Nick Scrivener returned as coach.[78] The Vikings failed to progress beyond the robin-round stages after just three wins from eight matches; 178 against Perth Spirit, 538 over the Ballymore Tornadoes and a 296 win away against Sydney Fleet.

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With everything up for grab the Vikings will no doubt leave nothing on the park after what is sure to be an exhilarating and nerve-shredding eighty minutes of rugby. Its as if the knockout rounds have come a week earlier and, for one of these proud opponents, theyll be left on the canvas for 2018 come the final whistle.

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The name "Canberra Kookaburras" was used for the ACT representative team from 1989,[31][32] but it was to be a further five years before the Canberra Kookaburra club was officially founded.

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Canberra Vikings Head Coach Nick Scrivener has made five changes for the visit to UNE Bellevue Oval, Armidale, to tackle the New South Wales Country Eagles this Sunday afternoon.The selection of Wallaby scrum-half Joe Powell headlines the changes with the four-times capped international who came off the bench during the 29-19 win over Western Force, switching places with Ryan Lonergan for the NRC Round 4 clash.There are two further changes in the backline as the free-running Mack Hansen gains his first start of the season, having been a replacement in Rounds 2 and 3, coming in for Tom Banks, whilst theres also a maiden start for Irae Simone who has been on the bench in the opening three matches.Up front, Scrivener brings in young Tom Ross for the injured Leslie Leuluaialii-Makin, his run-on debut, with Rob Valetini selected at flanker in place of BJ Edwards, the latter reverting to a strong-looking bench.Onto that replacements bench are Noah Lolesio, in line for a Vikings NRC debut, and young prop Max Bode, the Uni-Norths Owls front rower having played half-a-dozen matches in Vikings colours during the 2017 march to the Grand Final.Ross joins Connal McInerney and Sione Taula in a powerful looking front three with locks Darcy Swain and Blake Enever reacquainting themselves in the second row after their excellent performance in tandem in the defeat of the Force.Ben Hyne will, once more, captain the side from number eight with Michael Oakman-Hunt and Valetini on the flanks providing power, mobility and speed in a backrow that will look to rampage in the loose against their Country counterparts.Behind the pack, Powell forms an all Plus500 Brumbies halfback partnership with top points scorer Wharenui Hawera with the in-form Jordan Jackson-Hope inside Simone a centre.

The much-anticipated clash will see Canberra Vikings try and avenge last years Grand Final heartbreak.


Last years runners up, Queensland Country start their campaign in Perth against the Western Force, whilst the Vikings take on Melbourne Rising. The 2019 season will open with a NSW derby between Sydney and the NSW Country Eagles at Apex Oval in Dubbo. Defending champions, Fijian Drua will be looking to start their 2019 campaign strongly when they meet Brisbane City at GPS in Brisbane to headline the opening round fixtures.