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The ACT Brumbies have asserted their status as Australian rugby’s top dogs with a 20-19 win over the Queensland Reds in Brisbane on Saturday night.

Stephen Larkham’s side (5-1) showed tremendous resilience and composure to close the game out and jump up to third on the Super Rugby Pacific standings.

The Reds (3-3) have now lost two in a row and remain fifth on the ladder.

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But Wright got around Reds halfback Tate McDermott for his second try and Lolesio nailed another clutch penalty to give the visitors the Rod Macqueen Cup.

“Every team’s attacking our breakdown at the moment,” Reds coach Les Kiss told Stan Sport.

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