Michael Hooper

Openside Flanker

Height: 182cm
Weight: 101kg
Date Of Birth: 29/10/1991
Place of Birth: Manly, NSW
Club: Manly Roos / Manly Marlins / Sydney Rays

Michael Hooper

Openside Flanker

Bio

Stepping up as the NSW Waratahs Team Captain in 2016, Michael Hooper once again proved why he is renowned as one of the worlds most talented and consistent rugby players.

Hooper played in all 80 minutes of every single match for the NSW Waratahs in 2016 and in 2017 played in 15 games for the Club. He finished 2017 as the State’s leading forward and captained the Wallabies to a Bledisloe Cup win against the All Blacks in Brisbane.

Earlier in his Super Rugby career, he was recognised, together with teammate Israel Folau, as the joint winner of the 2014 Super Rugby Player of the Year in a season that saw him named in the run-on side for the Waratahs during their Super Rugby Championship title winning campaign.

A product of the Manly Marlins, Hooper made his Super Rugby debut for the Brumbies in 2010, replacing Wallabies legend George Smith. 

Last updated: 06/02/2018

Player Caps

Super Rugby

Super Rugby Caps:
124 [NSW Waratahs 93; Brumbies 31]
Super Rugby Points:
120 [NSW Waratahs 95 (19t); Brumbies 5t]
Super Rugby Debut:
v Chiefs [Round 7 2010, Canberra] - Brumbies

International Rugby

Test Rugby Caps:
79
Test Rugby Points:
75 (15t)
Test Rugby Debut:
v Scotland [5 June 2012, Newcastle]
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