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ACT Brumbies captain Ben Mowen backs Robbie Coleman to make next step

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In a star-studded ACT Brumbies backline with Wallabies in almost every position, Robbie Coleman is easily overlooked.

But Brumbies skipper Ben Mowen has backed the diminutive winger to be ready to take the next step to representative rugby after he continued his brilliant season against the reigning Super Rugby champions at Canberra Stadium on Friday night.

While Coleman did not add to his season tally of six tries, he put in another brilliant display on the left wing and will start to cause head coach Stephen Larkham headaches at the selection table with the imminent return of Henry Speight (jaw).

Having been hampered by groin problems in recent years, Coleman is reaping the benefits of a full pre-season and he’s seized his chance through injuries to both Speight and Joe Tomane (foot).

Now he has made the No.11 jersey his own in the absence of the highly fancied Speight.

While Coleman is a natural finisher, it is his work ethic that Mowen said has been most impressive since he grabbed his chance with both hands.

He chases kicks like a man possessed and is almost impossible to knock down, despite being one of the smallest wingers in Super Rugby.

Mowen joked it was his upbringing in Queanbeyan that made him such a hard nut.

“I don’t think size is ever going to be an issue, it’s how physical you are and he’s a physical bloke,” Mowen said.

“He’s hard to tackle because of how quick he is and … he’s tough, and as he tells you all the time, Queanbeyan’s the toughest place on earth.”

Coleman’s growth this season has created just one of a raft of selection dilemmas facing Larkham.

It is a problem Brumbies director of rugby Laurie Fisher doesn’t envy, although he admits it is one of those pesky good problems.

Not only does Larkham have to decide what to do on the wing when Speight returns, possibly before the South Africa tour in a fortnight, but there is competition in almost every position.

Christian Lealiifano made his first start since ankle surgery last year at the expense of Pat McCabe, who has been in fantastic form at inside centre.

When McCabe came off the bench, the courageous back slotted in seamlessly at fullback and displayed his trademark courage, as well as the deft touch he has added to his game this year.

He attacked the line with his usual gusto before flicking the pass wide to put Coleman away at the very last second, wearing the thunderous tackle like a badge of honour.

“We spoke after last year’s final about improving our depth, playing a good match-day 23, having 30 guys who can all do a job for you,” Fisher said.

“We’ve done well, we’ve had quite a few injuries over the last five-six-seven weeks and we’ve come through it reasonably well, we’ve grown depth, given guys opportunity and now we’ve got selection dilemmas.”

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