Already part of an elite group of players who have recorded 50 Test wins for the Qantas Wallabies, veteran outside back ADAM ASHLEY-COOPER became the sixth player in history to reach the milestone of 100 Tests in the gold jersey during the 2014 season. In that same season Ashley-Cooper was named as one of the two vice-captains to lead the Wallabies team that made a clean sweep of France in June. The prolific centre also made history in the Rugby Championship when he tied David Campese’s record of eight tries against the All Blacks. He now stands alone as Australia’s highest try-scorer in the Rugby Championship with 10 tries. The versatile back started in every match for the Wallabies in 2014 except for one, rotating between centre and wing. Having played over 130 Super Rugby matches, Ashley-Cooper has remained an integral part of the NSW Waratahs in their run to claiming the Super Rugby Championship in 2014 and the Australian Conference title in 2015. He was rewarded for his leadership with the Qantas Wallabies vice-captaincy alongside flanker Michael Hooper.