Western Force

Colours: Jersey: Ocean Blue with Black trim Shorts: Ocean Blue Socks: Ocean Blue with Black top
Home Ground: NIB Stadium, Perth
Chairman: Tony Howarth
CEO: Mark Sinderberry

Website:        www.westernforce.com.au

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The most appearances is by Matt Hodgson (120).
The most points scored is by Cameron Shepherd (372).
The most tries scored is by Cameron Shepherd (30).

The Western Force were formed in 2006. They represent the Australian Rugby Region of Western Australia (WA).

In 2017 they play 8 home games against the Reds, Kings, Chiefs, Lions, Highlanders, Hurricanes, Rebels & Waratahs. They play 7 away games against the Waratahs, Brumbies, Crusaders, Blues, Sharks, Jaguares & Reds.

The head coach is David Wessels. The assistant coaches are Shaun Berne, Joe Barakat, Kevin Foote & Alan Gaffney.

Previous head coaches were: Phil Blake, Michael Foley, Richard Graham & John Mitchell.

In 11 years they have had 5 coaches & used 135 players.

The 2017 co captains are Ben McCalman & Heath Tessmann.

The squad is: Jermaine Ainsley, Richard Arnold, Marcel Brache, Luke Burton, Adam Coleman, Robbie Coleman, Angus Cottrell, Pek Cowan, Ben Daley, Tetera Faulkner, Peter Grant, Richard Hardwick, Dane Haylett-Petty, Ross Haylett-Petty, Matt Hodgson, Kane Koteka, Jono Lance, Ryan Louwrens, Semisi Masirewa, Ben Matwijow, Bill Meakes, Luke Morahan, Isi Naisarani, Alex Newsome, Chance Peni, Matt Philip, Tatau Polota-Nau, Ian Prior, Anaru Rangi, Curtis Rona, Michael Ruru, Harry Scoble, Brynard Stander, Francios van Wyk, Shambeckler Vui.

They finished in 16th position at the end of the 2016 round-robin stages.

They have not finished in the top 6 of the round-robin stages of the Super competition in their 10 years in the competition.

Their worst finish was last out of 14 in their first year 2006.

Their average finishing position is 11.64.

They are 16th= on the New Zealand TAB fixed odds to win the competition @ NZ$251.00.
On Centre Bet (Aus) they are picked 15th= @ A$251.00.