Christian Lealiifano says he's feeling as fit as he was before his battle with leukaemia and can give more value to the Brumbies in the upcoming Super Rugby campaign.
The Wallabies playmaker received a bone marrow transplant in October 2016 and resumed playing on a regular basis with Irish side Ulster in the 2017‑18 season.
He played almost all of the Brumbies 2018 Super Rugby campaign and returned to Australia on Christmas Eve, the day after playing his last match in a stint with Japanese club Toyota Jido Shokki.
The 31‑year‑old five‑eighth feels he now has the right balance in his workload.
The Super Rugby competition will kick off on the 15th of next month.
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