Sam Carter
Position Lock
Date of birth 10 September 1989
Height 200cm
Weight 116kg
Debut 2014 vs France, Brisbane
Caps 12 Tests


Sam Carter is now regarded as one of Australia’s premier locks and the Brumbies’ go to man in the tight-five. Carter's 2015 season was hampered by a long-term knee injury, but returned from the injury and was an injury replacement in the 2015 Rugby World Cup squad. It was a long time coming for the son of Wallaby David Carter, but Sam took his opportunities in 2014 to earn 11 caps for Australia including a man-of-the-match effort on debut against France in Brisbane. Carter’s time in a gold jersey was the culmination of three seasons of quality Super Rugby where he emerged into one of the most devastating locks in the competition. Carter carries like a back-rower, tackles like a flyhalf and jumps like a basketballer. He has become a leader of the Brumbies both on and off the field, linking superbly with his some-time locking partner and close friend, Scott Fardy, to steer the club in the right direction.

International 2017 season

Points 0
Carries 9
Metres 14
Successful Tackles 17
Missed Tackles 2