Caps for Australia
Utility back (Wing / Centre / Fullback)
100 Test Cap Stadium
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, Australia
Nicknamed Mr Versatile due to his position as a utility back, Adam Ashley-Cooper earned his
100th cap for Australia in 2014. Since making his international debut for the Wallabies in 2005,
Ashley-Cooper won 116 caps for Australia, making him the third most capped player for his
During the 2011 Rugby World Cup, Ashley-Cooper scored five tries which saw him finish in the
tournament’s top five try-scorers.
A pinnacle moment of Ashley-Cooper’s career includes being named ‘Man of the Match’ in the
2015 Rugby World Cup semi-final after scoring the second hat-trick of his career. This brought
his career try tally to 37 and his World Cup tally to 11.