World-class players to set Suncorp field alight

Four massive stars are already guaranteed to play at the 2018 Brisbane Global Rugby Tens.

Four massive stars are already guaranteed to play at the Brisbane Global Rugby Tens, ahead of the 14 clubs naming their full squads for the 2018 tournament.

Hurricanes centurion and 54-test All Black Julian Savea is sure to be one of the headline acts at next year’s tournament.

The prolific points-scoring winger will be joined by his compatriot and former All Blacks team-mate Liam Messam.

But these Kiwi fan favourites will be lining up against, not next to, each other at the Tens – Savea for the Hurricanes and Messam for the Chiefs.

Messam and his Chiefs team-mates will be looking to lift the Tens trophy high again, after clinching victory at the inaugural event.

But cross-code talent Karmichael Hunt will be an integral part of the Queensland Reds challenge which the Chiefs will have to overcome to win again.

Injecting some equally impressive pace – but for the rival east coast state – will be Hunt’s Wallabies team-mate Kurtley Beale.

The Tens offers the ultimate pre-season sneak peak of Beale, Hunt, Messam and Savea and 300 other world-class players in a highly entertaining format that will showcase outstanding skills.

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Based in Canberra, the Brumbies have become a central part of Australia’s rugby landscape since the club’s Super 12 tournament debut in 1996. They have reached five Super Rugby finals in that time, claiming overall victory on two occasions.