NSW playmaker Bernard Foley made the Wallabies 10 spot his own in 2015, featuring in all but two Tests through the Season. Foley stepped up and delivered as the starting flyhalf for the Wallabies during their 2014 campaign. In his 10 2015 Tests, Foley added 108 points to his career tally, including three tries, 24 conversions and 15 penalties. Foley continued to add to his “Ice Man” reputation with a last-gasp penalty goal against Scotland sending Australia through to a Rugby World Cup semi final, a year after slotting the winning penalty goal in the Super Rugby final for NSW. In April of 2015, the incumbent Wallabies and NSW Waratahs number 10 signed a three-year contract extension with the Australian Rugby Union, dividing his year between Super Rugby, Wallabies and the Japanese Top League in summer.
Australian Sevens Commonwealth Games team (2010)