Matt Lucas

Super Rugby Caps 49


Height Weight
172cm 82kg
Born Hometown
29 / 01 / 1992 Gold Coast


A veteran scrumhalf with game breaking ability, Matt Lucas joins the Brumbies for the 2018 season looking to establish himself in Canberra.

Born on the Gold Coast, Lucas attended St. Josephs College in Brisbane before graduating and playing for Sunnybank in the Queensland Premier Rugby competition.

The dynamic scrumhalf represented the Australian U20’s in both the 2011 and 2012 Junior World Cups, excelling on the world stage alongside several current Brumbies teammates.

His impressive performances earned him selection in the Australian Sevens team as well as an EPS contract with the Waratahs for the 2013 Super Rugby season. Lucas would make his Waratahs debut in Round 2 that year, coming off the bench against his home state Queensland Reds in Brisbane.

The Queenslander represented Manly in the Shute Shield during his time in Sydney, he became one of the club’s most popular players and leading them to a Grand Final berth in 2014.

The 25-year old would go on to make 33 appearances across four seasons for the Waratahs, impressing fans with his crisp service and strong goal kicking.

Lucas has played for the Sydney Rays in every season of the National Rugby Championship, captaining the side from 2015 onwards.

Now with his second Super Rugby club, Lucas will push for regular game time with the Brumbies in 2018.

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