Nic White officially proves he's the nicest player in the game
By Rugby Onslaught

Nic White officially proves he’s the nicest player in the game

Australia and Brumbies scrum-half Nic White has a reputation that precedes him, and it is not a great one. It is one for being a typical No9, and one that has been able to get under the skin of plenty of opponents over the years.

His status was taken to a legendary status last year against South Africa with his now infamous dive to get opposite man Faf de Klerk yellow carded and is subsequently not a popular figure in that part of the world.

But footage has been captured recently that goes against everything we thought we knew about the Wallaby. It came after the Brumbies’ 43-28 win over the Fijian Drua on Friday at the GIO Stadium, where he actually appeared to be coaching opposing No9 Ratu Peni Matawalu.

Of course this was not during the match, as that would be very strange, but it is still odd to coach an opponent like that at any point.

Take a look:

This was a game where White was particularly red hot, and lit the game up with a sensational through the legs assist in the second half for Ben O’Donnell’s hat trick. Take a look:

Brumbies XV
1. James Slipper, Queanbeyan Whites
2. Lachlan Lonergan, Tuggeranong Vikings
3. Allan Alaalatoa, Uni-Norths Owls
4. Darcy Swain, Tuggeranong Vikings
5. Sam Thomson, Warringah Rats*
6. Rob Valetini, Western Districts Lion
7. Rory Scott, Canberra Royals
8. Pete Samu, Gungahlin Eagles
9. Ryan Lonergan, Tuggeranong Vikings
10. Noah Lolesio, Tuggeranong Vikings
11. Ben O’Donnell, Western Districts Lions
12. Ollie Sapsford, Uni-Norths Owls
13. Len Ikitau, Tuggeranong Vikings
14. Andy Muirhead, Canberra Royals
15. Tom Wright, Western Districts Lions

16. Billy Pollard, Uni-Norths Owls
17. Blake Schoupp, Gungahlin Eagles
18. Rhys Van Nek, Uni-Norths Owls
19. Nick Frost, Queanbeyan Whites
20. Luke Reimer, Western Districts Lions
21. Nic White, Queanbeyan Whites
22. Jack Debreczeni, Uni-Norths Owls
23. Declan Meredith, Western Districts Lions

*Denotes potential ACT Brumbies and Super Rugby Pacific debut