Jordan Jackson-Hope puts hand up for Brumbies game time in 2017

Not a whole lot seems to faze Brumbies inside back Jordan Jackson-Hope. Despite scoring a try on debut with his first touch in Super Rugby last year, the laid back 20-year old doesn’t seem eager to reminisce on the past. “I really didn’t expect the Super Rugby stuff to come this quick but I’m trying my best to focus on what’s to come. I’ve got a new set of goals that I want to accomplish, so I don’t want to think too much about 2016 now,” he told Rugby News at the annual RUPA camp for Super Rugby rookies. “It came out of the blue to be honest. I was with the under 20s at the time and had a dodgy AC (joint), then I got called back to train with the Brumbies and a few guys got injured and I got to debut from the bench. “It was a pretty special moment to play a Super Rugby game in a Brumbies jersey but I just tried to take the opportunity with both hands.” Jackson-Hope finished the 2016 season with two Super Rugby caps, both from the bench, but could see a lot m
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