Perth’s second allocated Wallabies marquee player in 2015, Godwin was able to string together some impressive performances toward the end of the season, after missing selection in Michael Cheika’s Rugby World Cup squad.
Continuing in the centres for the Spirit, where he’s become established for the Western Force, the Zimbabwe-born and Perth-raised Godwin remains a player to watch in which ever jersey he happens to be the wearing, and is regarded as one of the most naturally-talented players to emerge through the RugbyWA pathways.
Local talent Kyle Godwin continues to forge his reputation as one of the most promising prospects in Australian rugby. The exciting inside back was one of the Force’s most consistent performers in 2015, starting in all 16 of the franchise’s matches after an injury ravaged 2014 campaign. Godwin was a stand-out performer for the Perth Spirit in the National Rugby Championship in 2015, keeping his scintillating year going. Blessed with a powerful running game, along with spectacular vision to put his teammates through gaps, he has a bright future.