Stirling Mortlock AM
Former Wallabies Captain -
Rugby union legend Stirling Mortlock is considered one of Australia’s greatest ever players. In 2000, Stirling made his Wallabies Test debut and became the first Australian to score 20 points or more in four consecutive Tests. Regarded by many as the hardest running centre in world rugby, Stirling proved himself to be a born leader and match winner. In 2006, Stirling became the 73rd player to captain the Wallabies and on 26 January 2012 was awarded the Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for service to rugby. Stirling is now a motivational speaker who presents on topics including goal setting, teamwork and overcoming obstacles.