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Chris Siale

Full name  Chris Siale
Name  Chris Siale
Club  Tarbes Pyrenees Rugby
Current club  Tarbes
Weight  96 kg
Position  Centre / Wing
Height  1.78 m
Role  Rugby player

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Date of birth  (1983-07-31) 31 July 1983 (age 32)
School  St Patrick's College, Strathfield
Education  St Patrick's College, Strathfield

Place of birth  Auckland, New Zealand

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Chris Siale (born 31 July 1983) is a New Zealand born Australian Rugby Union player who plays either center position or wing for Tarbes in the French Pro D2. Siale previously played for the Queensland Reds in the southern hemisphere's Super 14 competition and for the New South Wales Waratahs and the Western Sydney Rams in the now defunct Australian Rugby Championship.

School Boys Rugby

Siale attended St Patrick's College (Strathfield), playing in the 1st XV under the back-to-back championship success of Head coach Joe Barakat. In 1999, Siale was selected in the championship winning NSW Schools 1st XV.

NSW Club Rugby

Siale followed long term coach and mentor Joe Barakat to West Harbour RUFC where he continued to grow.

Australian U/21s

Siale joined the Australian U/21s squad in 2003, one of several players to be recalled in 2004.

Super Rugby

Siale debuted for the Waratahs on the 2004 development tour of Argentina. Siale continued to play up until 2007 where he made 10 appearances, until he signed with the Reds for the 2008 Super 14 season along with fellow New South Wales Waratahs player Morgan Turinui.

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Chris came of age in the ARC where his excellent footwork and line breaking ablitiy combined with his strong defence earned him a way into the depleted Queensland midfield along with 2007 Waratahs team mate and Wallaby World Cup member Morgan Turinui. He was also unlucky to be called up to the Wallabies squad for the 2007 World Cup held in France, due to an ankle injury he had suffered during the ARC tournament. The duo prove to be a strong center combination for previously midfield lacking Reds.

References

Chris Siale Wikipedia


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