Australia Rugby World Cup Team 2015

2015 Australia Fixtures & Results at Rugby World Cup

23 September 2015 Australia 28-13 Fiji Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
27 September 2015 Australia 65-3 Uruguay Villa Park, Birmingham
3 October 2015 England 13-33 Australia Twickenham Stadium, London
10 October 2015 Australia 15-6 Wales Twickenham Stadium, London

Points Table

Team Pld W D L TF PF PA +/− BP Pts
Australia 2 2 0 0 14 93 16 +77 1 9

2015 Squad

Player Position Date of Birth Caps Club/province
Stephen Moore (C) Hooker 20 January 1983 96 Brumbies
Tatafu Polota-Nau Hooker 26 July 1985 54 Waratahs
Greg Holmes Prop 11 June 1983 18 Queensland Reds
Sekope Kepu Prop 5 February 1986 56 Waratahs
Scott Sio Prop 16 October 1991 10 Brumbies
James Slipper Prop 6 June 1989 68 Queensland Reds
Toby Smith Prop 10 October 1988 1 Melbourne Rebels
Kane Douglas Lock 1 June 1989 16 Queensland Reds
Dean Mumm Lock 5 March 1984 37 Waratahs
Rob Simmons Lock 19 April 1989 53 Queensland Reds
Will Skelton Lock 3 May 1992 12 Waratahs
Scott Fardy Flanker 5 July 1984 24 Brumbies
Michael Hooper Flanker 29 October 1991 46 Waratahs
Sean McMahon Flanker 18 June 1994 4 Melbourne Rebels
David Pocock Flanker 23 April 1988 50 Brumbies
Ben McCalman Number 8 18 March 1988 41 Western Force
Wycliff Palu Number 8 27 July 1982 56 Waratahs
Will Genia Scrum-half 17 January 1988 60 Queensland Reds
Nick Phipps Scrum-half 9 January 1989 32 Waratahs
Quade Cooper Fly-half 5 April 1988 57 Queensland Reds
Bernard Foley Fly-half 8 September 1989 21 Waratahs
Kurtley Beale Centre 6 January 1989 53 Waratahs
Matt Giteau Centre 29 September 1982 96 Toulon
Tevita Kuridrani Centre 31 March 1991 24 Brumbies
Matt Toomua Centre 2 January 1990 25 Brumbies
Adam Ashley-Cooper Wing 27 March 1984 108 Waratahs
Rob Horne Wing 15 August 1989 27 Waratahs
Drew Mitchell Wing 26 March 1984 65 Toulon
Henry Speight Wing 25 March 1988 4 Brumbies
Joe Tomane Wing 11 February 1990 16 Brumbies
Israel Folau Fullback 3 April 1989 33 Waratahs

Facts

Union Australian Rugby Union
Nickname(s) Wallabies
Emblem(s) Wallaby
Coach(es) Michael Cheika
Captain(s) Stephen Moore
Most caps George Gregan (139)
Top scorer Michael Lynagh (911)
Most tries David Campese (64)

 

First international
Australia 13 – 3 British Isles 24 June 1899
Largest win
Australia 142 – 0 Namibia 25 October 2003
Largest defeat
South Africa 53 – 8 Australia 30 August 2008
World Cup
Appearances 7 (First in 1987)
Best result Champions 1991, 1999

Australia at Rugby World Cup 2011

Fixtures & Results

Date & Time Team vs Team Stadiums
11/09 - 15:30 AustraliaAustralia 32-6 ItalyItaly Auckland
17/09 - 20:30 AustraliaAustralia 6-15 IrelandIreland Auckland
23/09 - 20:30 AustraliaAustralia 67-5 USAUSA Wellington
01/10 - 15:30 AustraliaAustralia 68-22 RussiaRussia Nelson
09/10 - 18.00 South Africa 9-11 Australia Wellington
16/10 - 21.00 Australia 6-20 New Zealand Auckland
21/10 -20.30 Wales 18-21 Australia Auckland

2011 Squad

Player Position Caps Franchise
Huia Edmonds Hooker 3 Brumbies
Saia Fainga'a Hooker 9 Reds
Stephen Moore Hooker 51 Brumbies
Tatafu Polota-Nau Hooker 23 Waratahs
Ben Alexander Prop 19 Brumbies
Ben Daley Prop 3 Reds
Salesi Ma'afu Prop 10 Brumbies
Benn Robinson Prop 37 Waratahs
James Slipper Prop 9 Reds
Mark Chisholm Lock 53 Brumbies
Van Humphries Lock 0 Reds
Dean Mumm Lock 30 Waratahs
Nathan Sharpe (vc) Lock 88 Western Force
Rob Simmons Lock 4 Reds
Rocky Elsom (c) Flanker 59 Brumbies
Scott Higginbotham Flanker 0 Reds
Matt Hodgson Flanker 3 Western Force
Pat McCutcheon Flanker 0 Waratahs
David Pocock Flanker 25 Western Force
Richard Brown Number 8 22 Western Force
Ben McCalman Number 8 4 Western Force
Luke Burgess Scrum-half 27 Waratahs
Will Genia Scrum-half 18 Reds
Nick Phipps Scrum-half 0 Melbourne Rebels
Berrick Barnes Fly-half 26 Waratahs
Quade Cooper Fly-half 19 Reds
Adam Ashley-Cooper Centre 46 Brumbies
Anthony Fainga'a Centre 4 Reds
Matt Giteau Centre 87 Brumbies
Pat McCabe Centre 0 Brumbies
Rod Davies Wing 0 Reds
Drew Mitchell Wing 50 Waratahs
Luke Morahan Wing 0 Reds
James O'Connor Wing 23 Western Force
Lachlan Turner Wing 12 Waratahs
Kurtley Beale Fullback 9 Waratahs
Peter Hynes Fullback 22 Reds

Australia Rugby Team Coaches:

  • John Connolly (rugby)
  • Alan Jones (radio broadcaster)
  • Eddie Jones (rugby union)
  • Greg Smith (rugby coach)
  • Rod Macqueen
  • Rod Macqueen