Gibson names unchanged NSW Waratahs starting side to play Brumbies

NSW Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson has made no changes to his starting side for this Friday’s round two blockbuster against the Brumbies in Canberra. Gibson has opted for the same run-on 15 that helped deliver a bonus point 30-10 win over the Queensland Reds in the opening match at Allianz Stadium last weekend. It will be a huge match for the Waratahs forwards with lock, Dean Mumm set to celebrate his 100th NSW provincial game, becoming the Waratahs' highest capped second rower. Mumm made his debut for NSW back in 2004 in Argentina ahead of his Super Rugby debut in 2007. Returning last year from a stint overseas, Mumm has remained a resolute talent within the NSW Waratahs and a key figure within the team’s leadership group. Tatafu Polota-Nau will become equal-second highest capped Waratah, together with Phil Waugh on 132 Super Rugby caps, behind the Waratahs’ most-capped, Benn Robinson on 145 Super Rugby caps. Tighthead prop, Angus Ta’avao will run out for his 50th Super
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