Butt, a former Brumbies A team member, comes from being the First Grade Defence Coach for Royals Men’s Team that went undefeated in claiming the 2017 John I Dent Cup competition. 

“With the way the that the women’s game is growing and developing, I am looking forward to the challenge this competition brings," Butt said.

"We have a very strong coaching group who are looking forward to getting the squad together and working hard to achieve success this season,” he said.
Butt’s backroom staff will be led by Tevita Siulangapo in the Assistant Coach role with Dave Anable announced as Resource Coach.
“We would like to welcome Adam to the Brumbies family and congratulate him on his appointment as Super W Head Coach,” Brumbies CEO Phil Thomson commented.
“We are committed to providing a supportive environment for the Super W team which is an important and integral part of our club. 
The second season of the Super W is set to click into gear in late February as the Brumbies lock horns with their peers from New South Wales, Queensland, the Rebels and the Western Force to find the national champions.