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Full name  Matthew Carraro
Years  Team
Weight  93 kg
Current club  Waratahs
Height  1.85 m

Role  Rugby Player
Relatives  David Carraro (Uncle)
Name  Matthew Carraro
Date joined  2014
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Born  4 August 1984 (age 31) Gosford, Sydney, Australia (1984-08-04)
School(s) attended  St Joseph's College, Hunters Hill
School  St Joseph's College, Hunters Hill
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Playing position  Outside-Centre / Wing

Matthew Carraro (born 4 August 1984) is an Australian professional rugby union player. His usual positions are at centre or on the wing. Carraro has played for the Waratahs and Brumbies in Super Rugby, as well as for Bath in England, and Montpellier and Toulon in France.


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Family and early life

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Matthew Carraro was born in Gosford, New South Wales. He is the nephew of former Avoca and Manly player at tighthead prop David Carraro. He attended St Joseph's College, Hunters Hill and was selected for the Australian Schools team in 2002.

Rugby career

After signing a rookie contract with the Brumbies for one season, he joined the Waratahs in 2008. Carraro was selected for the Australia A team to play in the 2008 Pacific Nations Cup.

He joined Bath Rugby in 2009, signing a two-year extension in summer 2011. In March 2012, he confirmed that he would be leaving Bath for Montpellier at the end of the season.

Carraro returned to the Waratahs for the 2014 Super Rugby season. He played in Sydney until the end of the 2016 Super Rugby season.

He joined with French club Toulon as a replacement for the injured Ayumu Goromaru for the 2016–17 Top 14 season, but was then signed on to a full season contract.


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