Michael Cheika

Australian Rugby Union - Head Coach Wallabies @ Head Coach Wallabies

Michael Cheika is the head coach of the Wallabies, Australia’s national Rugby Union team and was World Rugby Coach of the Year in 2015 after leading Australia to the 2015 Rugby World Cup Final and winning the 2015 Rugby Championship after only one year in the job. He also coached Leinster to the 2009 Heineken Cup trophy, the NSW Waratahs to the 2014 Super Rugby title and Stade Francais to the 2011 Challenge Cup Final. Michael is also a former player having played for the Australian U21 side, NSW state side and he also played more than 300 games for Randwick winning the Shute Shield seven times and captaining the side from 1997-1999.