David Pocock

Super Rugby Caps 109
Height Weight
183cm 103kg
Born Hometown
23 / 04 / 1988 Zimbabwe

David Pocock is one of World Rugby’s very best players, the flanker having the ability to affect a game like few others in the sport.

A veteran of the Super Rugby competition, Pocock made his debut for the Western Force in 2006 against the Sharks in Durban, the flanker had turned 18 less than a month earlier.

Considered a master of the breakdown, Pocock made his Wallabies debut in 2008 was one of the star players for Australia in the 2011 Rugby World Cup, his pilfering ability single handedly swinging games in the Wallabies favour during the tournament.

Having amassed 69 caps with the Force over seven seasons, Pocock made the move to the Brumbies in 2013. Injuries derailed his first couple of years in Canberra but 2015 saw the transcendent player return to the field, Pocock winning the Brett Robinson Award for the Brumbies Player’s Player of the Year, Best Forward, the fan voted Stallion of the Year and the Australian Super Rugby player of year.

He followed his strong Brumbies season up by being the star of the 2015 Rugby World Cup, leading the Wallabies all the way to the final and scoring three tries in the process.

Following a grueling 2016 season Pocock took a year’s sabbatical from rugby, he returns to the Brumbies in 2018 refreshed and ready to lead a charge towards a Super Rugby title.

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