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2014 Wallabies squad

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Wallabies LogoThe 2014 Wallabies squad for the Rugby Championship. It follows another year of disappointment in the Bledisloe Cup after the Wallabies’ loss to the All Blacks at Eden Park, a relatively successful Spring Tour for the Australian side, who won three of their four matches.

Fly-half Quade Cooper, halfback Will Genia are notable absentees, while Pat McCabe’s medical retirement has led to his position being filled by uncapped winger Kyle Godwin of the Western Force.

The 30-man Wallabies squad for the 2014 Rugby Championship

Player Super Rugby team Position Age Test Caps
Ben Alexander ACT Brumbies Prop 29 64
Pek Cowan Western Force Prop 28 8
Sekope Kepu NSW Waratahs Prop 28 43
James Slipper Queensland Reds Prop 25 54
Saia Fainga’a Queensland Reds Hooker 27 29
James Hanson Queensland Reds Hooker 25 2
Tatafu Polota-Nau NSW Waratahs Hooker 29 49
Sam Carter ACT Brumbies Lock 24 3
James Horwill Queensland Reds Lock 29 51
Rob Simmons Queensland Reds Lock 25 42
Will Skelton NSW Waratahs Lock 22 3
Scott Fardy ACT Brumbies Flanker 30 15
Scott Higginbotham Melbourne Rebels Flanker 27 26
Matt Hodgson Western Force Flanker 33 6
Michael Hooper (c) NSW Waratahs Flanker 22 33
Ben McCalman Western Force Number 8 26 32
Wycliff Palu NSW Waratahs Number 8 31 53
Luke Burgess Melbourne Rebels Scrum-half 31 37
Nick Phipps NSW Waratahs Scrum-half 25 19
Nic White ACT Brumbies Scrum-half 24 15
Kurtley Beale NSW Waratahs Fly-half 25 44
Bernard Foley NSW Waratahs Fly-half 24 9
Tevita Kuridrani ACT Brumbies Centre 23 12
Christian Leali’ifano ACT Brumbies Centre 26 13
Matt Toomua ACT Brumbies Centre 24 15
Adam Ashley Cooper NSW Waratahs Wing 30 95
Peter Betham NSW Waratahs Wing 25 1
Israel Folau NSW Waratahs Fullback 25 20
Rob Horne NSW Waratahs Wing 25 18
Kyle Godwin Western Force Wing 22 0