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List of Australia national rugby union team captains - Wikipedia

Players to have captained the Australian rugby union team in a Test match Name First Test as ...

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Jeff McLean (rugby player) Paul McLean (rugby union) Sydney Middleton; Stephen Moore (rugby union) Herbert Moran; Stirling Mortlock; Ben Mowen

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Australia has played Test rugby since 1899. Test captains are listed chronologically from the first time they captained Australia in a Test match. Matches are exclusively those that have been granted Test status by the Australian Rugby Union regardless of whether the opposing team's governing body a

Australia national rugby union team - Wikipedia

Australia national rugby union team. Early years. The 1899 Australia team. Australia's first international match was played against the touring British Isles team in 1899. The first Test ... Post-war: 1946–1959. 1960s. The first match of the new decade was the win over Fiji at the SCG in the first ...

Australian Rugby League Captains • Rugby League Opinions

Australian Rugby League Captains. Captaining your country is one the greatest honours a sportsperson can receive. Below is the list of every Australian Rugby League captain in history. Arthur Hennessy (1908) Denis Lutge (1908) Alex Burdon (1909) Dally Messenger (1908–1910) Larry O’Malley (1909) Robert Graves (1909) Bill Heidke (1910)

Rugby Australia news 2020: Former Wallabies captains call for ...

The Australian revealed a cluster of rugby union greats – including Nick Farr-Jones, George Gregan and Phil Kearns – signed the damning letter which cited “poor administration and leadership ...

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Australia women's national rugby union team - Wikipedia

The Australia women's national rugby union team, also known as the Wallaroos, has competed at all Women's Rugby World Cups since 1998, with their best result finishing in third place in 2010. Australian women have been playing rugby since the late 1930s, in regional areas of New South Wales.