Reece Hodge rugby player
Reece Hodge rugby player

Reece Hodge

26th Aug 1994 1.91m/94kg Fullback

Reece Hodge, born on August 26, 1994, is a versatile Australian rugby union player known for his ability to play multiple positions in the backline. He currently represents the Melbourne Rebels in Super Rugby.

Hodge began his rugby journey at the junior level, playing for the Harbord Harlequins and later joining the Manly Marlins. His talent and potential were evident from an early age, and he made his debut for the Rebels with an impressive performance, scoring 20 points through two tries, two conversions, and two penalties.

In 2016, Hodge signed a contract with the Melbourne Rebels and continued to make strides in his career. His performances caught the attention of the national team selectors, and he was called up to the Wallabies squad to replace Mike Harris for the 2016 series against England.

Known for his powerful and accurate kicking, Hodge has a reputation for his long-range penalty goals and conversions. He showcased his kicking prowess in the opening test of the 2020 Bledisloe Cup when he attempted a 55-meter penalty goal to win the match, narrowly missing as the ball hit the post, resulting in a 16-all draw.

Hodge's versatility is one of his greatest assets. He is capable of playing fly-half, outside centre, wing, or fullback, making him a valuable asset for both his club and the national team. His performances for the Rebels and Wallabies earned him a contract extension with Australian Rugby and the Melbourne Rebels until 2023.

With his experience and versatility, Hodge has become a key player for the Rebels. By the start of the 2020 Super Rugby season, he had already amassed 57 Super Rugby caps and contributed 345 points.

As an international player, Hodge made his debut for the Wallabies against the All Blacks in the Rugby Championship. He has represented Australia in numerous test matches and participated in the Rugby World Cup, where he showcased his abilities on the world stage.

Hodge's commitment and dedication to the sport have earned him recognition and opportunities to showcase his skills at the highest level of rugby union. With his continued development and versatility, he remains an integral part of the Melbourne Rebels and the Australian national team.



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