Adam Ashley-Cooper
Position Utility Back
Date of birth 27 March 1984
Height 182cm
Weight 98kg
Debut 2007 vs Japan, Lyon
Caps 17


Adam Ashley-Cooper has played in three Rugby World Cups, featuring in 17 matches, behind only George Gregan. The veteran outside back  debuted in the tournament in 2007, scoring a try in Australia's 91-3 demolition of Japan, playing on the right wing. The 114-Test Wallabies back has scored 11 tries across the three tournaments, the equal second-most of any Australian players.  His 55 points at the tournaments makes up almost one-third of his 185 total international points over an 11-year international career so far.. Ashley-Cooper's 2015 hat-trick against Argentina helped propel the Wallabies to their fourth Rugby World Cup final.


Rugby World Cup 2020 season

Tries 1
Points 5
Carries 6
Metres 73
Kicks In Play 1
Successful Tackles 3
Missed Tackles 1