George Musarurwa Gregan AM is a retired Australian rugby union player, and is currently Australia's highest ever internationally capped player. Gregan was born in Lusaka, Zambia formerly called. He played Super 12 for the Brumbies from the inception of that competition in 1996 through 2007, helping to lead them to overall victories in 2001 and 2004. He is a foundation Brumbies player and one of the few players whose career spans both the amateur and professional eras. His appearances as Australian captain include a Bledisloe Cup win in 2002 and an extra-time loss to England in the 2003 Rugby World Cup final. As a member of the Wallabies team, Gregan has attained the zenith of the rugby world, winning the Rugby World Cup in 1999. Gregan and his longtime Wallabies teammate, fly-half Stephen Larkham, also hold the all-time record for Test appearances by a halfback partnership with 79.
About George Gregan
Zambian-Australian halfback who helped Australia's national team win a World Cup title in 1999.
He made his domestic rugby debut for the Wallabies in 1994.
He scored over 100 points in 1936 caps with Brumbies in the Super Rugby League.
He had three children with his wife Erica: Max, Charlie and Jazz.
He was teammates with Mark Gerrard on Australia's national team from 2005 to 2007.
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