MEET THE BMW WALLABIES AMBASSADORS PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY BMW AUSTRALIA AND OUR DEALER NETWORK.

Michael Hooper (North Shore BMW)
Michael Hooper (North Shore BMW)
Position: Flanker
Profile: Michael Hooper is applauded as one of the most coveted flankers in the game. As a leader both on and off the field, Hooper has been the recipient of Australia’s Choice Player of the Year. Hooper is a genuine character and his hard work will be put to good use with the team.
Stephen Moore (Rolfe Classic BMW)
Stephen Moore (Rolfe Classic BMW)
Position: Hooker
Profile: Stephen Moore’s captaincy is testament to his standing in the game and highlights the immense respect he holds among his teammates. As Australia’s most-capped hooker of all time, Moore has joined one of the most elite clubs in Australian Rugby having captained his country and achieving 100 Test Caps.
Israel Folau (BMW Australia)
Israel Folau (BMW Australia)
Position: Full back
Profile: Israel Folau’s transition to Rugby reaped swift rewards, with the fullback becoming the first player to win back-to-back John Eales Medal and just the third to win the award twice in just his third season in Rugby. Folau has quickly become one of the focal points for the Wallabies.
James Hanson (BMW Melbourne)
James Hanson (BMW Melbourne)
Position: Hooker
Profile: James Hanson’s strong on-field presence and determination has earnt him a number of Test caps for the Wallabies. Hanson continues to display his ability to adapt to different styles of play and match his opponents, and as an uncompromising scrummager he offers value to the team around the field.
Stirling Mortlock (BMW Australia)
Stirling Mortlock (BMW Australia)
Test Rugby Caps: 80
Profile: Stirling Mortlock made his debut for the Wallabies in 2000. From that moment on, Mortlock became one of the most successful players in Wallabies history. With a series of career milestones, including being the first Australian to reach 20 points or more in four consecutive Tests during his debut year, multiple player of the year awards, and being inducted into the Gordon Rugby Hall of Fame in 2011. Stirling Mortlock is one of Australia’s most celebrated rugby union players and BMW Australia is honoured to have him as an ambassador.
Nathan Sharpe (Motorline)
Nathan Sharpe (Motorline)
Test Rugby Caps: 116
Profile: After beginning his rugby union career at the age of 18, Nathan Sharpe made his debut for the Wallabies in 2002. Over the course of a long and illustrious career with the Wallabies Sharpe was an influential figure both on and off the field, with a knack for leadership and a genuine fan favourite. Sharpe enjoyed 20 Test matches as captain, with his strong work ethic a contagious personality trait appreciated by his fellow Wallabies. Sharpe has maintained a strong link to rugby union after retiring from the game, and his warm nature and charisma make him a wonderful addition as Motorline’s ambassador.
Kurtley Beale (BMW Sydney)
Kurtley Beale (BMW Sydney)
Position: Fly half
Profile: Kurtley Beale has proven himself as a key force in the Wallabies’ back line. As an elite Wallaby, Kurtley’s on-field presence and versatility has been a strong influence in major matches. With a unique ability to form critical in-play relationships with fellow Wallabies, the playmaker has been a consistent performer.
Bernard Foley (Trivett Classic)
Bernard Foley (BMW Australia)
Position: Fly half
Profile: Bernard Foley proved to be an outstanding playmaker and a vital cog for the Wallabies throughout the past few campaigns. Foley is primed for a big season in the gold jersey.
Sean McMahon (South Yarra BMW)
Sean McMahon (South Yarra BMW)
Position: Flanker
Profile: The prodigious backrower burst onto the international scene showing class and maturity well beyond his age. Sean proved his abilities as a successful and celebrated player. Considered one of the brightest young talents in the game, Sean has shown he has what it takes to be a Wallaby.
Rob Simmons (Bruce Lynton)
Rob Simmons (Bruce Lynton)
Position: Lock
Profile: Rob Simmons has become a mainstay in the Wallabies starting line-up. The lineout general was a crucial part of the Wallabies’ forward pack, directing the set piece during the Rugby World Cup.
James Slipper (Brisbane BMW)
James Slipper (Brisbane BMW)
Position: Prop
Profile: James Slipper has rapidly developed into one of the elite prop forwards in Australian Rugby, becoming Australia’s most-capped Test prop in 2015. His great leadership and skills make him invaluable to the Wallabies.
Nick Phipps (Macarthur BMW)
Nick Phipps (Macarthur BMW)
Position: Scrum half
Profile: Nick Phipps emerged from a talented crop of young scrumhalves and has become a key strength for the Wallabies during their campaigns. As a consistent performer, Phipps always shows his true depth of character when he puts on the jersey to represent the Green and Gold. The future is bright for Phipps as he looks to build on his successful career with the Wallabies.
Dean Mumm (Trivett Classic)
Dean Mumm (Trivett Classic)
Position: Lock
Profile: Dean Mumm has had a long and fruitful career both in Australia and the UK. After returning to Australian soil, Dean was quickly noticed by selectors after only a handful of local appearances, and his skill and determination meant he was an easy choice for the national team. Dean shows what it really means to wear the green and gold.
Nathan Grey (Sylvania BMW)
Nathan Grey (Sylvania BMW)
Profile: Nathan Grey is a former Australian Rugby Union footballer, who played mostly at centre, sometimes fly half. As a former Wallaby, he is currently the defence coach for the Australian national team and is responsible for developing excellent plays attributable to the Wallabies success.

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