Representative Honours: Queensland U20s (2014, 2015, 2016), Australian U20s (2015, 2016), Queensland Schoolboys. Queensland Country (2014, 2015-)
Heading into the 2016 National Rugby Championship, scrumhalf James Tuttle is the most capped Country player having featured in all 16 of Country’s matches since the NRC’s inception. He is also the most capped captain having led the side for the entirety of the 2015 season.
During his final year at St.Josephs Nudgee College, Tuttle was selected to represent the Australian Schoolboys, touring the United Kingdom in 2013.
A year later the scrumhalf was named in the inaugural Queensland Country side to compete in the Buildcorp NRC, and appeared in all eight of the side’s matches. Tuttle has also toured with the Australian Under-20s squad in 2015 and 2016, and this year led the team while also forming a combination with Mack Mason.
NRC Debut: 2014 v NSW Country, Gold Coast
NRC Caps: 15
NRC Points: 15
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