Scott Sio

Super Rugby Caps 85
Height Weight
187cm 115kg
Born Hometown
16 / 10 / 1991 Sydney

Brumbies fans have watched Scott Sio grow up in front of their eyes.

Since making his debut in 2012, Sio has been a pillar of excellence in the Brumbies front-row, being part of the generation of front-rows which have redefined the craft.

Heading into 2019, it could be argued that Sio is the best loosehead in the world. Injuries plagued some parts of Sio’s 2018 season, but the 85-times capped Brumby still showed why he belongs at the top table of props in World Rugby.

Born and raised in Sydney’s Western Suburbs, Sio attended Trinity Grammar School and played rugby for the West Harbour Pirates and Southern Districts in the Shute Shield.

Sio made the move to the Brumbies prior to the 2012 Super Rugby season and made an immediate impression on new Head Coach Jake White, earning his debut in Round 6 against the Sharks at GIO Stadium.

The 27-year old would go from strength to strength after his debut, establishing himself as the Brumbies first choice Loosehead in 2013 and helping the team to a famous victory over the British & Irish Lions as well as a Super Rugby Grand Final berth.

His strong Brumbies form would earn him a Wallabies call up for the 2013 Rugby Championship, Sio making his debut against the All Blacks at ANZ Stadium in Sydney at the tender age of 23.

Sio is the tip of the Brumbies scrum spear and, though any set-piece requires all-eight players working in tandem, it’s Sio who leads the attack.

In the loose, Sio is an elite defender for his position and possesses a range of passing skills rare for a loosehead prop.

The Brumbies have a genuine world-beater in Sio, and as we prepare to battle back to the top in 2019, expect him to be at the forefront of the fight.

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