Nic White

  • 30 Age
  • 84kg Weight
  • 173cm Height


A nippy half-back with a sharp pass, long-range kicking game and a good sense of spatial awareness, Nic White has performed with distinction for both the ACT Brumbies and the Wallabies. White played fly half during his early schoolboy days but made the switch to scrum half when he was 15.

A medial ligament injury ruled him out of contention for Australian Schools in 2008 however his talents were clearly identified as he won selection to successive Junior World Championships in 2009 and 2010.

As a graduate of the Brumbies Academy, White then made his Super Rugby debut against the Queensland Reds in 2011. Two years later he was named in the Wallabies first squad for the 2013 Rugby Championship and went on to win his first Test cap, against New Zealand in Sydney.

With Will Genia out of action following ankle surgery, White consolidated his position within the Wallabies over the course of 2014 before missing out on a spot in the 2015 Rugby World Cup squad. He then made the decision to leave Australia after he signed a two-year contract with Montpellier in France.

White moved to the Exeter Chiefs for the 2017-18 season and looked set to remain in the U.K. for some time. Then, on the eve of the 2019 English Premiership final, White confirmed that he had signed a contract with the Brumbies. That saw him return home, where he played a huge role in Australia’s record breaking win over New Zealand in Perth, and win selection to the Rugby World Cup in Japan.

In 2020 White played a prominent role in the Brumbies Super Rugby AU victory. His experience, he is the most capped halfback in the Wallaby squad, will be crucial to the team’s success in The Rugby Championship.


Selected in the Australian squad for the second-annual IRB U20s Junior World Championships in Japan.


Selected in the Australian squad for the third-annual IRB U20s Junior World Championships in Argentina.


White won his first Test cap off the bench when he replaced Will Genia in the 27-49, 1st Test loss to New Zealand in Sydney. He won a total of 10 caps over the course of the year including a first run-on XV appearance in the 14-13 victory over Argentina in Perth.


White started at halfback in the opening five Tests and won a total of nine caps for the year.


He won a further three caps over the course of the Rugby Championship including a match-winning cameo off the bench in the 27-19, 1st Test win over New Zealand. A see-sawing Test turned in the 66th minute when Wallabies half Nick Phipps was given a yellow-card and subsequently did not return.

White, Phipps’ replacement, landed a booming penalty goal from halfway to edge the Wallabies ahead 20-19 before he both scored and converted the match-winning try.


White earned nine Test caps, six as the run-on XV halfback, and only missed the pre-World Cup win over Samoa.