Rugby Career (1982 – 1996)

Australia’s first player to reach 101 Tests
World record try-scorer with 64
Leading try scorer at 1991 World Cup with six from six games
Voted Player of Tournament at 1991 World Cup
Test debut at age 19 against New Zealand in Christchurch in 1982
Scored tries in first two Tests
Equaled Australian try-scoring record for single Test with four against USA in 1983
Member of 1984 Grand Slam winning Wallabies
Member of 1986 Bledisloe Cup winning Wallabies
Broke try-scoring world record in 1987 World Cup semi-final against France
Named in Team of the Decade by Rothmans Rugby Union Yearbook in 1989
Member of 1991 World Cup winning Wallabies
Member of 1992 Bledisloe Cup winning Wallabies
Scored 50th Test try against South Africa in Cape Town in 1992
Member of 1994 Bledisloe Cup winning Wallabies
Played in first three World Cups in 1987, 1991 and 1995
Made 100th Test appearance against Italy in Padua in 1996
Played last Test against Wales in Cardiff in 1996
Captained Australian Sevens team to Commonwealth Games bronze in 1998