Papua New Guinea-born scrumhalf Will Genia is one of the greats of Australian and Queensland Rugby. In 2015, the 66-Test veteran produced one of his finest Super Rugby seasons in recent years, putting himself back at the top of Australia’s scrumhalf pile. Injury affected his Rugby Championship campaign, with a knee niggle ultimately requiring surgery. Genia is the second most-capped Wallabies scrumhalf, behind former skipper George Gregan. Known for his leadership and sniping ball-running ability, the one-time Wallabies Captain will be looking to end his 10-year career for Australia on a high, playing in his second Rugby World Cup in England.
Australia U19s (2006), Australia U20s (2008)