Joe Roff is a retired Australian rugby union footballer and a product of the Tuggeranong Vikings Rugby Union Club in Canberra, who played on the wing or at fullback for ACT Brumbies and Australia and played 5 tests as a centre in the early part of his Test career. He also had a spell at the French club Biarritz and in 2005–6 at Kubota Spears in Japan's Top League Of his 86 caps, 62 were won in consecutive games from 1996 to 2001. His final game saw him captain Oxford against Cambridge in the 2007 Varsity Match.
About Joe Roff
Wing and fullback for Australia from 1996 to 2004; played in the 1995 and 1999 Rugby World Cups.
He attended The Armidale School in Armidale New South Wales and was selected for the World Cup at age 19.
He set a record for most tries in a Super Rugby season with 15 in 1997.
His father was principal of St John's College, Woodlawn.
He won the Rugby World Cup alongside Australian vice-captain George Gregan in 1999.
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- University of Southern Queensland alumni
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- Australian Institute of Sport rugby union players
- Australian expatriate sportspeople in Japan
- Biarritz Olympique players
- Australian expatriate rugby union players
- Brumbies players
- Oxford University RFC players
- Expatriate rugby union players in Japan
- Expatriate rugby union players in France
- Australia international rugby union players