Brumbies have announced that head coach Dan McKellar has committed his immediate future with the club after signing a new deal until the end of the 2022 season.
McKellar's association with Brumbies started in 2013 when he joined them as an assistant coach and took in charge of the club in 2018 replacing Stephen Larkham. Under the 44-year-old, the club has registered 24 wins in the last 33 games.
Meanwhile, the club also have confirmed that assistant coaches Laurie Fisher and Rod Seib will extend their stay for the next season.
“I couldn’t be happier to be extending my time here at the Brumbies, it’s a great club and Canberra is certainly home for me and my family.
“We achieved some success here last year but as a group we know we have plenty to improve on and our goal is to make the program here at the Brumbies the best in the world.
“We have excellent staff here across the board and to know I’ll be working alongside Laurie and Rod for the next two seasons is great for the program.
“I’d like to thank Phil Thomson and the board for their endorsement and support and can’t wait for the season to kick off next week.”