Matt Giteau became one of eight Wallabies to reach 100 caps in his return to Test Rugby in 2015, after a four-year absence. Giteau added 10 Tests to his previous 92 caps, scoring a try in Australia’s emphatic Rugby World Cup pool win over England. Under the ARU’s former contracting rules, Giteau was not available for national selection, however an updated foreign player policy allowed the 2009 John Eales Medallist to return to the Wallabies ahead of the Rugby Championship. His recall into the squad followed two outstanding seasons for Top 14 side Toulon. A sensational 2013-14 where he scored 109 points from 25 matches, including 10 tries,earned him the Top 14 Player of the Year award, before he helped steer the side to the European Champions Cup-Top 14 double. Groin surgery has hindered his 2015-16 club season.
Australian Schoolboys (2000), Australian U21 (2002), Australian Sevens (2002), Barbarians (2010)