Nic White

Scrumhalf

Super Rugby Caps:
62
Super Rugby Points:
156
Super Rugby Debut:
2011 v Reds, Brisbane
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Height: 173cm
Weight: 84kg
Date Of Birth: 13/9/1990
Place of Birth: Scone, NSW
Senior Club  
Club Queanbeyan Whites, ACT
Nic White enters his sixth season of rugby in the Australian Capital having been a member of the Brumbies Academy since way back in 2010.

An Australian A Schoolboy out of St Greg’s in Campbelltown and an Australian U20s rep just two years later, White was quickly snapped up by the Brumbies as a colt and has remained in Canberra ever since.

The 19-time Wallabies has since become one of the Brumbies leaders both on and off the field and was made the club’s youngest Captain when he led the team against the Hurricanes in 2013 at just 22 years of age.

He is the Brumbies second most experienced scrumhalf in history, trailing only George Gregan for the honour, and is just the fourth Brumbies No.9 to have been chosen to start in that position for the Wallabies.

White’s pass is rated amongst the best in Australia, he’s the fastest player in the country between rucks and has become a proven goal kicker in both provincial and international rugby.

At a time when Australian rugby is blessed with a bounty of quality scrumhalves like Will Genia and Nick Phipps, White continues to push the envelope ad will almost certainly feature in Wallaby gold during the 2015 Rugby World Cup in England.

White was the Brumbies highest point-scorer in 2014 and will continue to lead his team on the park and the score board over the next 12 months.