Representative Players

SUFC has the proud tradition of producing representative players and they have all contributed significantly to the Club both on and off the field as players and mentors. The Club has produced 123 Australian Representatives, of which 102 are Wallabies and between them they have played 1311 test matches. Our most recent Wallabies are Tomas Robertson and Tolu Latu who both made their debuts in 2016.

 

Ben McCalman

 

Bernard Foley

 

Isreal Folau

Will Skelton

 

Nic Stirzaker

 

Laurie Weeks

 

Tom Robertson

 

Tolu Latu

 

Tom English

 

Matt Philip

 

Nick Phipps

 

Jake Gordon

Ed Jenkins

Sam Carter

Mitch Inman

Sam Jeffries


Matt Sandall

Brad Wilkin

     

Super Rugby

The Club will see a number of its stars participate in the 2017 Super Rugby competition.

NSW Waratahs

Bernard Foley
Israel Folau
Jake Gordon
Tolu Latu
Dave McDuling
Dean Mumm
Nick Phipps
Tomas Robertson
Paddy Ryan
Matthew Sandell
Will Skelton
Brad Wilkin

Brumbies

Sam Carter
James Dargaville

Western Force

Ben McCalman
Matt Phillip

Melbourne Rebels

Tom English
Mitch Inman
Sam Jeffries
Nic Stirzacker
Laurie Weeks

Queensland Reds

Sam Talakai

Australian Sevens

SUFC had three players participate in the 2016 Rio Olympic where the team finished 8th. – Ed Jenkins (c), Pat McCutcheon and Tom Kingston

Wallabies and Australian representatives 1899-2017

Wallabies and Australian Representatives 1899-2017