PERSONAL DETAILS
FULL NAME Stirling
SURNAME Mortlock
HEIGHT 191 cm
WEIGHT 100 Kg
BIRTH DATE 20 May 1977
BIRTH PLACE Sydney
PRIMARY SCHOOL Lindfield Juniors
SECONDARY SCHOOL The Kings School, Sydney
PLAYER WRITE-UP
Playing Position: Outside Centre
Club: Gordon
Test Debut: 2000 v Argentina
State Debut: 1998 v Warratahs
Super 14 NSW Waratahs 2003-2007
ACT Brumbies 2005 (Captain):
A world-class outside centre and now a proven leader, Stirling Mortlock guided the Brumbies to the semifinals in his first season as captain before injuring his knee and missing out on the Super 12 final. A strong and clever centre who reads the game as well as any player, Mortlock uses his powerful leg drive to consistently break the opposition defence line. He'll be determine to lead his beloved Brumbies to another championship.
RUGBY CAREER
TRIES 72
CONVERSIONS 197
PENALTIES 190
DROP GOALS 0
TOTAL POINTS 1324
 
SQUAD LIST
Rebels Vodacom Super Rugby - 2012
Melbourne Rebels Vodacom Super Rugby - 2011
Brumbies Vodacom Super 14 - 2010
Australia Vodacom Tri-Nations - 2009
Brumbies Vodacom Super 14 - 2009
Australia Vodacom Tri-Nations - 2008
Brumbies Vodacom Super 14 - 2008
Australia IRB Rugby World Cup - 2007
Australia Vodacom Tri-Nations - 2007
Brumbies Vodacom Super 14 - 2007
Brumbies Vodacom Super 14 - 2006
Australia Vodacom Tri-Nations - 2006
Australia Nelson Mandela Challenge - 2005
Australia Vodacom Tri-Nations - 2005
Brumbies Vodacom Super 12 - 2005
Australia Vodacom Tri-Nations - 2004
Brumbies Vodacom Super 12 - 2004
Australia IRB Rugby World Cup - 2003
Australia IRB Rugby World Cup - 2003
ACT Brumbies Vodacom Super 12 - 2003
Australia Vodacom Tri-Nations - 2002
ACT Brumbies Vodacom Super 12 - 2002
Brumbies Vodacom Super 12 - 2001
Australia Nelson Mandela Challenge - 2000
Australia Vodacom Tri-Nations - 2000
Brumbies Vodacom Super 12 - 2000
ACT Brumbies Winfield Super 12 - 1999
Australia U/21 South Hem. U21 - 1998
ACT Brumbies Winfield Super 12 - 1998
Australia U/21 South Hem. U21 - 1997

MATCH CENTRE
FIXTURES
     
RESULTS
     
Vodacom Super Rugby
Friday, March 31 2017
08:35 - Highlanders vs Rebels
Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin
Saturday, April 01 2017
06:15 - Blues vs Force
Eden Park, Auckland
08:35 - Chiefs vs Vodacom Bulls
FMG Stadium, Hamilton
10:45 - Reds vs Hurricanes
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
15:05 - DHL Stormers vs Toyota Cheetahs
DHL Newlands, Cape Town
17:15 - Emirates Lions vs Cell C Sharks
Emirates Airline Park, Johannesburg
Sunday, April 02 2017
08:05 - Waratahs vs Crusaders
Allianz Stadium, Sydney
FNB Varsity Cup presented by Steinhoff International
Monday, April 03 2017
16:45 - FNB Maties vs FNB UJ
Danie Craven Stadium, Stellenbosch
19:00 - FNB Tuks vs FNB Shimlas
Tuks Stadium, Pretoria
Vodacom Super Rugby
Friday, April 07 2017
09:35 - Hurricanes vs Waratahs
Westpac Stadium, Wellington

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