List of international rugby union tries by Israel Folau

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Israel Folau, 2014

Israel Folau is an Australian international rugby player. Folau plays as a fullback primarily, however, he can, and has, played in other roles such as centre and wing. Folau plays for the New South Wales Waratahs in the Super Rugby.

Israel Folau currently has the fourth most tries for Australia. This is a significant fact given Folau has played rugby professionally domestically and internationally for five years (2013–present).[1]

Israel Folau has played other sports professionally, such as Australian rules football and Rugby League. He has played rugby union professionally since 2013.

International tries[edit]

Folau in 2017 against Scotland
Folau against New Zealand in 2017
Folau catching the ball vs. Italy, 2017
Folau in Bledisloe game I, 2017
  • Bold denotes team score that Folau was playing with
International tries[2]
No. Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition Ref
1 22 June 2013 Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, Australia British and Irish Lions 5–0 21–23 British & Irish Lions tour of Australia [3][4]
2 12–13
3 24 August 2013 Westpac Stadium, Wellington, New Zealand  New Zealand 24–14 27–16 2013 Rugby Championship [5]
4 14 September 2013 Subiaco, Perth, Australia  Argentina 11–3 14–13 [6]
5 5 October 2013 Estadio Gigante de Arroyito, Rosario, Argentina 0–5 17–54 [7]
6 3–23
7 10–30
8 9 November 2013 Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino, Turin, Italy  Italy 15–48 20–50 2013 Autumn Internationals [8]
9 23 November 2013 Murrayfield, Edinburgh, Scotland  Scotland 6–11 15–21 [9]
10 30 November 2013 Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales  Wales 16–15 26–30 [10]
11 7 June 2014 Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, Australia  France 8–3 50–23 2014 France tour of Australia [11]
12 21 June 2014 Allianz Stadium, Sydney, Australia 18–3 39–13 [12]
13 25–6
14 23 August 2014 Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand  New Zealand 44–11 51–20 2014 Rugby Championship [13]
15 6 September 2014 Subiaco, Perth, Australia  South Africa 5–0 24–23 [14]
16 8 November 2014 Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales  Wales 7–5 28–33 2014 Autumn Internationals [15]
17 7–12
18 15 August 2015 Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand  New Zealand 41–11 41–13 2015 Rugby World Cup warm-up match [16]
19 11 June 2016 Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, Australia  England 10–0 28–39 2016 England tour of Australia [17]
20 25 June 2016 Allianz Stadium, Sydney, Australia 30–28 40–44 [18]
21 10 June 2017 AAMI Park, Melbourne, Australia  Fiji 5–0 37–14 2017 June Internationals [19]
22 23–0
23 17 June 2017 Allianz Stadium, Sydney, Australia  Scotland 5–10 19–24 [20]
24 12–17
25 24 June 2017 Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, Australia  Italy 12–3 40–27 [21]
26 19–6
27 19 August 2017 ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia  New Zealand 32–54 34–54 2017 Rugby Championship [22]
28 26 August 2017 Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin, New Zealand 0–5 35–29 [23]
29 16 September 2017 GIO Stadium, Canberra, Australia  Argentina 8–10 45–20 [24]
30 22–13
31 30 September 2017 Toyota Stadium, Bloemfontein, South Africa  South Africa 0–5 27–27 [25]
32 21 October 2017 Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, Australia  New Zealand 12–13 23–18 2017 Beldisloe Cup, Game III [26]
33 15 September 2018 Cbus Super Stadium, Gold Coast, Australia  Argentina 14–10 19–23 2018 Rugby Championship [27]
34 6 October 2018 Estadio Padre Ernesto, Salta, Argentina 31–19 34–45 [28]
35 27 October 2018 Nissan Stadium, Yokohama, Japan  New Zealand 32–18 37–20 2018 Autumn Internationals [29]
36 24 November 2018 Twickenham, London, England  England 13–8 37–18 [30]
37 37–16

References[edit]

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  3. ^ "Australia 21–23 British and Irish Lions". The Scotsman. 22 June 2013. Retrieved 11 February 2019.
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  7. ^ "Wallabies humble Pumas in Rosario". ESPN. 6 October 2013. Retrieved 11 February 2019.
  8. ^ "Australia's Nick Cummins scores two tries to help defeat Italy". The Observer. 10 November 2013. Retrieved 11 February 2019.
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  10. ^ Rees, Paul (1 December 2013). "Wales fail to end Australia hoodoo despite George North double". The Observer. Millennium Stadium. Retrieved 11 February 2019.
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  13. ^ "All Blacks thump Wallabies 51-20 to retain Bledisloe Cup in thumping bonus point win". ABC. 23 August 2014. Retrieved 11 February 2019.
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  27. ^ "Australia 19–23 Argentina: Pumas victorious in Australia". Sky Sports. 16 September 2018. Retrieved 11 February 2019.
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