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Will Genia during Australia training yesterday

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<b>1. Ryan Grant - 4/10</b><br/>
Really struggled to cope with the unexpected power in the scrum by the Brumbies pack. Failed to set the platform for the Lions which cost them dear.

ACT Brumbies v British and Irish Lions - player ratings

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