Will Miller has interrupted day by day milking on his farm to reply an SOS from the injury-hit Brumbies as they push towards back-to-back Tremendous Rugby AU titles.
Flanker Miller retired to his farm south of Sydney on the finish of the 2020 season after serving to the Brumbies win the grand remaining towards the Queensland Reds.
However the 28-year-old is returning to Canberra for the rest of this season to cowl the lack of Jahrome Brown, who suffered a shoulder harm within the Brumbies’ win over the Western Power a fortnight in the past.
Miller mentioned he was excited by the chance to get again to the Brumbies, who tackle the unbeaten Reds at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday evening.
“I definitely wasn’t anticipating a chance like this after I retired final yr and I will be doing every little thing I can to profit from it and contribute the place I can,” Miller mentioned.
Brumbies coach Dan McKellar mentioned whereas they have been disenchanted for Brown, they have been delighted to have Miller again amongst the troops.
“We could not be happier to have Will again on the Brumbies; he is a very well favored member of the group and a stable footballer with nice expertise,” McKellar mentioned.