Tom Bowman (rugby union)

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Tom Bowman (born 13 May 1976) is an Australian former professional rugby union player who played as a lock. Born in Molong, New South Wales, Australia, he won 16 caps for Australia, making his debut in the 76-0 win over England in June 1998. The last test he played for Australia was the World Cup pool match against the United States in 1999.

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