Ben Alexander

Super Rugby Caps 154
Height Weight
189cm 120kg
Born Hometown
13 / 11 / 1984 Sydney

The highest capped Brumby of all-time, Ben Alexander is a club legend who has plenty more to give to the Brumbies in 2018.

Alexander has been with the Brumbies since 2008, making his debut against the Reds at GIO Stadium in 2008. The 32-year old has gone on to make 145 appearances for the club, eclipsing legendary flanker George Smith’s record at the end of the 2017 season.

One of the most decorated props in Australian Rugby history, Alexander has represented the Wallabies 72 times and scored four tries for his country. The former Knox Grammar student was Australia’s highest ever capped prop before being overtaken by James Slipper in 2015.

A versatile prop with great skills, Alexander’s ability to play either side of the scrum will be extremely useful for the Brumbies in 2018, allowing Head Coach Dan McKellar the flexibility to try several different front row combinations.

The most experienced player in the Brumbies squad, Alexander has shown no signs of slowing down, the 32-year old citing veteran teammate Josh Mann-Rea as a reason why he has no excuse to hang up the boots just yet.

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