Brent Cockbain

Brent Cockbain

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Brent John Cockbain (born 15 November 1974 in New South Wales, Australia) is a rugby union player who plays lock for Sale Sharks in the English Guinness Premiership, and has won 20 caps for Wales.

Club career

Although born in Australia, and with his brother Matt Cockbain having played international rugby for Australia, Brent decided to emigrate to the UK. Cockbain (height 6 feet 8 inches / 2.03 m, weight 18 stone 5 lb / 117 kg) played club rugby for London Irish, then came to Wales in 1999 to join Pontypridd RFC. With the advent of the regional sides in 2003, he played for the Celtic Warriors, then when the Warriors were broken up signed for the Ospreys in 2004.

In the 2004–05 season he helped the Ospreys win the Celtic League and Wales win the Grand Slam, scoring his first and only international try against Italy.

Cockbain returned from injury to club rugby with the Ospreys, but missed Wales' 2006 Autumn Internationals due to a suspension. On 3 December 2007, Cockbain signed for the English Premiership side Sale Sharks on a 2½ year contract.

Cockbain has been released by Sale Sharks as part of a summer clear out

International career

Cockbain represented Australia at Under 19 and Under 21 level, but qualified for Wales under the residency rule and made his debut against Romania at Wrexham on 27 August 2003, a match which Wales won 54–8. This match also...
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