Garrick Morgan

Biography

Garrick Morgan’s passion for rugby spans over thirty years. He represented Australia 24 times and Queensland 63 times from 1990 to 1998.

In his eight-year career with Queensland, Garrick scored 16 tries and represented his state against world Rugby’s best sides including New Zealand, France, Ireland and South Africa, all while playing alongside some of Queensland’s greatest ever players.

Standing at over two-metres tall, Garrick (Wallaby no 702 & Queensland No 1011) formed a strong partnership with John Eales in the Queensland and Australian second-row during his career and is remembered as an intimidating, hard-working player.

In recent years, Garrick has continued to expand his Rugby knowledge and experience at a grass roots level, taking on the role of Director of Rugby and Head Coach at his former high school, Downlands College in Toowoomba. Garrick has also been a Bond University Queensland Country (NRC) Assistant Coach and the Queensland Country Heelers Head Coach.