After a breakout Super Rugby season leading to his Test debut against England in the June Test Series, Adam Coleman has firmly established himself and a cornerstone of the Road Safety Western Force pack and the future of the Wallabies’ second row. The 204cm giant took on a leadership role in 2016 as the head lineout caller and thrived under the responsibility. Coleman carried his spectacular Super Rugby form into the Test arena playing nine Tests and earning many admirers thanks to his powerful ball running, set-piece expertise, strong work ethic and uncompromising nature. A knee injury against Scotland on the Spring Tour cut Coleman’s international season short but entering his fourth year with the club expect Coleman to take his game to new heights in 2017.
Plays and starts 12 matches for the Western Force, makes Test debut against England in Sydney and went on to star for the Wallabies in the Rugby Championship and Spring Tour.
Plays 12 matches for the Western Force and scores his maiden Super Rugby try against the Bulls in Round Six.
Makes his debut for the Western Force in the Round Four, 32-7 victory over the Rebels in Perth, playing 14 matches in total for the Western Force.
Heads west to join the Western Force in the wider training squad during pre-season for four weeks; playing one match for Force ‘A’; called up to the NSW Waratahs squad as an injury-replacement; makes his Super Rugby debut off the bench in Round 17 against the Western Force in Perth.
Represents Parramatta in Sydney's Shute Shield.
Selected in the National Academy joins Parramatta in the Shute Shield
Moves to Canberra and joins the Brumbies Academy.
Represents Tasmania in the Under 18s at the National Championships; selected in the Under 18s Combined States side that loses to Queensland in the final of the Division One Championship, 41-17.