The Growden Medal
Wallabies playmaker continues to climb leader board
Greg Growden
October 10, 2015
Australia 15-6 Wales (video available in Australia only)

Another assured performance by Wallabies playmaker Bernard Foley has seen him move up the leader board in The Growden Medal to find the Wallabies best Test player of 2015.

Foley's accurate goalkicking and effective midfield defence proved crucial in Australia's courageous victory over Wales at Twickenham to finish on top of Pool A.

Wallabies forwards- Kane Douglas and Scott Fardy- also had excellent performances against Wales- to both poll for the second time this season.

David Pocock remains the leader.

LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 10: Bernard Foley of Australia kicks at goal during the 2015 Rugby World Cup Pool A match between Australia and Wales at Twickenham Stadium on October 10, 2015 in London, United Kingdom.  (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)
Foley was huge in another big night for the Wallabies © Getty Images

Match points

8: Bernard Foley, Kane Douglas, Scott Fardy

7.5: Matt Giteau

7: Stephen Moore

Progress points:

32.5: David Pocock

31: Michael Hooper

21: Adam Ashley-Cooper

17: Bernard Foley

16.5: Scott Fardy

15.5: Matt Giteau

15: Israel Folau, Sean McMahon

14: Nick Phipps, Kane Douglas

8.5: Nic White

8: Sekope Kepu

7.5: Ben McCalman

7: Matt Toomua, Will Skelton, Stephen Moore

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