Fiji born Brumbies duo, Henry Speight and Tevita Kuridrani were influential in their 33-0 win over the Sunwolves last night.
The pair were back to their devastating best against the Sunwolves and helped the Brumbies top the Australian Super Rugby conference.
Kuridrani set up two tries on return from a knee injury and said he felt like he was working towards his best form in time for the World Cup.
Winger Henry Speight scored a double in the five‑try onslaught.
Meanwhile, the Crusaders continue to lead the Super Rugby standings after Round 13 of competition with 47 points, in second place are the Brumbies with 29 points while the Sharks are third with 29 points, the Hurricanes are in fourth place with 40 points.
In Super Rugby this week, the Hurricanes meet the Jaguares at 7.35pm Friday and the Rebels meet the Bulls at 9.4pm Friday.
On Saturday, the Blues meet the Chiefs at 7.35pm, Reds meet the Waratahs at 9.45pm.
On Sunday the Lions face the Highlanders at 1.05am while Stormers will take on the Crusaders at 3.15am.