|Debut||2005 vs South Africa, Perth|
|Date of birth||27 March 1984|
|Debut||2007 vs Japan, Lyon|
Already part of an elite group of to have recorded 50 Test wins for the Wallabies, Adam Ashley-Cooper became the sixth player to play 100 Wallabies Tests, during the 2014 season. The versatile back started in all but two 2015 Wallabies Tests in, through the Rugby Championship and Rugby World Cup. One of the best finishers in the game, Ashley-Cooper scored eight tries in his 10 2015 Tests, becoming Australia’s equal highest try scorer against the All Blacks (8) and the standalone highest Australian try scorer in the Rugby Championship (13). Ashley-Cooper’s Rugby World Cup semi-final hat-trick helped Australia to its first RWC final in 12 years. He has been a Wallabies vice-captain for the past two seasons and a star of Super Rugby for both the ACT Brumbies and NSW Waratahs, racking up 139 caps over his career. The 32-year-old is currently playing in the French Top 14 for Bordeaux.