REPRESENTATIVE PLAYERS

SUFC has the proud tradition of producing representative players. The Club has produced the most Australian Representatives of any Club in Australia - 109 Wallabies and 16 Wallaroos. Check out our list of SUFC's Representative Players

Currently in the national squads we have - Angus Bell, Folau Fainga'a, Jake Gordon and Lachlan Swinton plus we had 10 women amongst the Wallaroos squad - Iliseva Batisbasaga, Emily Chancellor, Lori Cramer, Piper Duck, Fi Jones*, Grace Hamilton, Jemima McCalman, Tiarah Minns*, Sera Naiqama, Bridie O'Gorman and Adiana Talakai.

A further three represented Australian for the Aussie 7s (Tim Clements, Stuart Dunbar  and Jakiya Whitfeld

*Denotes uncapped

AUSTRALIAN REPRESENTATIVES  

2021 WALLABIES

2022 WALLAROOS

Angus Bell

Iliseva Batisbasaga

Folau Fainga'a

Emily Chancellor

Jake Gordon

Lori Cramer 

Tom Horton *

Piper Duck 

Harry Johnson-Holmes

Grace Hamilton

Matt Philip

Fi Jones *
Lachlan Swinton Jemima McCalman 

Tom Robertson

Sera Naiqama 

Adiana Talakai 
2022 JUNIOR WALLABIES 2022 AUSSIE 7S
Paddy Burns Tim Clements
Jamie Clarke Stu Dunbar
Clem Halaholo Jakiya Whitfeld
Dan Nelson
Henry O'Donnell
George Poolman
Paddy Tagg

* Included in training squad, not yet made debut 

Full List of Australian Representatives  Australian Representatives click here

2022 SUPER RUGBY / SUPER W REPRESENTATIVES 

NSW WARATAHS

MELBOURNE REBELS

Angus Bell

Josh Kemeny

Tom Horton

Brad Wilkin

Jake Gordon (c)

 

Harry Johnson-Holmes

MELBOURNE REBELS WOMEN
Henry Robertson

Tiarah Minns 

Lachlan Swinton

Hugh Bokenham

ACT BRUMBIES
Folau Fainga'a
NSW WARATAHS WOMEN
Iliseva Batibasaga ACT BRUMBIES WOMEN 
Emily Chancellor Jemima McCalman 
Lori Cramer
Piper Duck  WESTERN FORCE

Grace Hamilton (c)

Tom Robertson

Brianna Hoy

Fi Jones

Sera Naiqama

Bridie O'Gorman

Faliki Pohiva 

Adiana Talakai

Georgina Tuipulotu