|Date of birth||19 September 1992|
|Debut||Gold Coast, Australia (October 2011)|
Born: Brisbane, Queensland
After staking a claim to the Australian Men's Sevens jersey with appearances for the Aussie Thunderbolts in Noosa and Samoa for two years, Con Foley made the move to international Sevens with a debut at the inaugural Gold Coast Sevens in 2011.
Con is one of the most consistent players in the squad and is a regular on the World Series circuit. Con also toured South Africa with the Australian Under 20s for the Junior World Championship – along with Sevens teammates Tom Cusack, Sean McMahon, Allan Fa'alava'au and Lewis Holland.
Con represented Australia at the Rio 2016 Olympics, scoring two tries in the competition.
Representative Honours: Australian Under-19 (2011), Australian Under-20 (2012), Commonwealth Games (2014), Olympic Games (2016)
SWS Career Points: 309 (61T, 2C)
2015-16 SWS Points: 42 (8T, 1C)