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 127 Australian Male Representatives, of which 105 are Wallabies. Our most recent Wallaby is Folau Fainga'a who made his debut in June 2018. The Club has produced 13 Australian Female Representatives of which 9 are Wallaroos, our more recent debutant being Emily Chancellor (August 2018). 

Wallabies - 2018 

Folau Fainga'a
Israel Folau
Bernard Foley
Jake Gordon
Tolu Latu
Nick Phipps
Tomas Robertson

Wallaroos - 2018 

Emily Chancellor
Grace Hamilton
Fi Jones* 

*Part of Extended Squads, yet to take the field

2018 Representatives

The Club has seen a number of our stars playing at higher representative honours this year; 

James Armstrong
Aussie 7s

Illiseva Batibasaga
NSW Women


Sam Carter
Brumbies


Emily Chancellor

Wallaroos

James Dargaville
ACT Brumbies

Tom English
Melbourne Rebels

Folau Fainga'a
Wallabies & ACT Brumbies

 
Israel Folau
Wallabies & NSW Waratahs

Bernard Foley
Wallabies & NSW Waratahs 


Jake Gordon
Wallabies & NSW Waratahs 

Grace Hamilton
Wallaroos & 
NSW Women

Ash Hewson

NSW Women

Matthew Hood
Aussie 7s 

Sam Jeffries
Melbourne Rebels 

Harry Johnson-Holmes
NSW Waratahs

Fi Jones
Wallaroos & NSW Women

Tolu Latu

Walabies & NSW Waratahs 

Kirrily Laws
NSW Women


Matt Philip
Melbourne Rebels

Nick Phipps
Wallabies & NSW Waratahs
 
Tom Robertson
Wallabies & NSW Waratahs

Paddy Ryan
NSW Waratahs

Matt Sandell
NSW Waratahs

 Tasmin Sheppard
NSW Women


Lachlan Swinton
NSW Waratahs

Sam Talakai 
Melbourne Rebels

Laurie Weeks
Melbourne Rebels

Brad Wilkin
NSW Waratahs
     

Wallabies and Australian representatives 1899-2018

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