James Dargaville relishing Super Rugby opportunity

Former Sydney Uni and Warringah winger James Dargaville is relishing his opportunity to start in the Brumbies backline in the run towards the Super Rugby finals. With Henry Speight on Sevens duties and Joe Tomane still returning from injury, the 24-year old has received plenty of game time in recent weeks and hasn't looked out of place. “The last four rounds has been really exciting for Nigel (Ah Wong) and myself getting a decent opportunity with some game time,” Dargaville told Brumbies media. “I think it’s more of a week to week process especially with Joe (Tomane) on his way back you’ve just got to perform well and if Bernie (Larkham) feels that you’re the right fit for the team at that time of the year then so be it. “We’ve just got to keep performing well and whoever gets the spot at the end of the season I’m sure will do a good job.” The Brumbies lead the Australian conference with two rounds remaining, but face the Auckland Blues at Eden Park tonight in
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