Tom Cusack

Super Rugby Caps 17

 

Height Weight
191cm 102kg
Born Hometown
01 / 03 / 1993 Canberra
BIO

Tom Cusack has officially shaken off the moniker of ‘former sevens star’. He is now a fully-fledged, game-ready Super Rugby player, and he just keeps getting better.

Cusack linked up with the Brumbies in 2017, making two appearances for the side off the bench.

A born and bred Canberran, Cusack attended Marist College and represented the Brumbies in all junior age groups throughout school before representing the Australian Schoolboys.

Cusack would go on to play in the John I Dent Cup for Royals before being selected to represent the Australian U20’s at the Junior World Cup where he excelled at the tournament.

A veteran of the HSBC World Sevens Circuit, Cusack made his Australian debut at the 2013 Wellington Sevens and quickly established himself as one of the formats strongest players. Cusack would spend four years with the Aussie Sevens program, helping elevate the team to their best World Series finish in years and establishing himself as one of the sport’s most dominating players.

The 25-year old’s final appearance in sevens would come at the Rio Olympic Games, where he would earn selection in the team of the tournament for his strong performances.

2018 was a litmus test year for Cusack. Honored by his peers at the 2017 RUPA Awards as the NRC Players Player of the Year, Cusack was challenged to recreate his form at the next level.

When David Pocock went down before the start of the season, Cusack had his chance to make a mark, and he did. He didn’t start every game, but whether it was in the run-on side or off the bench, Cusack was able to translate his unique talents to Super Rugby.

A terror with ball in hand, and crafty at the breakdown, Cusack has the tools to be great, and 2018 was his opportunity to prove that. Onwards and upwards for the former ‘former sevens player’ in 2019.

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