Robbie Coleman

Biography

 After bursting on the scene as a prolific aged-grade representative in 2010, Robbie Coleman has racked up more than 50 games at Super Rugby level and was the Brumbies equal-top try-scorer in 2014 with eight. Light on his feet and electric off the mark, Coleman is one of the Brumbies’ toughest players to tackle and alongside Joe Tomane and Henry Speight, forms one of the most devastating outside back combinations in the competition.Schooled at St Edmunds College in Canberra, Coleman developed his game as a flyhalf, moving through the Australian Schools, U20s and Sevens squads taking on the playmaking role but more recently, Coleman has shown his ability at fullback and on the wing, scoring plenty of points from broken play.He comes from a long list of St Edmunds College play-makers to feature for the Brumbies including the likes of Matt Giteau and Matt Henjak.Coleman will be working hard to maintain his starting spot with the Brumbies in 2016.