Rory Arnold

Super Rugby Caps 51


Height Weight
208cm 120kg
Born Hometown
1 / 7 / 1990 Wagga Wagga

Rory Arnold is the biggest man in Australian rugby and the lock might have one of the biggest futures in the sport too. Standing at 208cm tall and weighing 120kg, Arnold was at one stage the tallest player to ever play in the Super Rugby competition, his colossal frame terrorising opponents across the globe.

Arnold got his start with the Brumbies following a successful stint with Griquas in the Currie Cup during the 2013 season, the lock making six appearances and scoring two tries for the South African side.

Despite suffering a season ending injury in Africa, Arnold was given a chance to shine with the UC Vikings in 2014 before being signed to a fulltime contract by the Brumbies prior to the 2015 Super Rugby season.

The 27-year old would make his Brumbies debut against the Reds in Round 1 of that season, going on to cement his position in the locks alongside Sam Carter. 2016 was a breakout year for Arnold, the big lock putting in consistent Super Rugby performances and making his Wallabies debut against England in June.

Arnold was also selected for the Rugby Championship and end of year European Tour. Arnold took his game to a new level in 2017, dominating games with his carrying and upping his work rate to a new level. He will be a key player for the Brumbies in 2018.

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