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Francois Trinh-Duc
Position
Fly Half
Height
184cm
Weight
82kg
Age
34
Francois Trinh-Duc is a dynamic fly-half of Vietnamese descent. He proves to be a danger with the ball in hand and possesses a threatening side-step. He has spent his entire career with Montpellier, and was influential in helping them reach the 2011 Top 14 final. His French debut came in the 2008 Six Nations against Scotland, and after a year of rotation he made the shirt his own. Despite his reputation as a running fly-half, only James Hook of Wales kicked the ball from hand more often in the 2011 Six Nations.
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Rankings

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RPI Score
79
RPI Score
-0.83%

Fly half rankings

  • World
    #18 / 170
    -2 World
  • TOP 14
    #6 / 39
    -1 TOP 14
  • Heineken Cup
    #11 / 55
    -1 Heineken Cup

Statistics

  • Attack
  • Kicking
  • Defence
  • Discipline
  • Average Gain

    1.3m
    Carries
    6
    Metres
    8
  • Goal Kicking Accuracy %

    Attempts
    2
    Successful
    2
    Misses
    0
  • Tackles Won %

    Attempts
    11
    Successful
    8
    Misses
    3
  • Penalties Conceded

    0
    Total
    0
    Attack
    0
    Defence
    0
  • Attack

    Points
    14
    Tries
    2
    Metres
    8
    Runs
    6
    Defenders Beaten
    1
    Clean Breaks
    0
    Passes
    4
    Try Assists
    0
  • Kicking

    Kicks
    1
    Conversion Goals
    2
    Penalty Goals
    0
  • Defence

    Tackles
    8
    Tackles Missed
    3
    Turnovers Won
    0
    Turnovers Conceded
    1
  • Discipline

    Penalties Conceded
    0
    Yellow Cards
    0
    Red Cards
    0

News

Historically, France has had a love-meh relationship with its 10s - think Jules Plisson, David Skrela, Francois Trinh-Duc, Remi Ta…

James Harrington
James Harrington
14 Feb, 4:27

Harlequins’ hopes of making an impression on the Champions Cup campaign came to a brutal end as they were crushed 49-7 by Racing…

PA
PA
20 Dec, 11:39

Defending champions Saracens and Racing 92 have named their teams ahead of Saturday's massive Champions Cup semi-final in Paris. …

Online Editors
Online Editors
25 Sep, 6:30

Racing 92 advanced to a Heineken Champions Cup semi-final against Saracens as they saw off Clermont Auvergne 36-27 at Stade Marcel…

PA
PA
19 Sep, 14:44
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