Chris Latham, Assistant Coach

Chris Latham, former Australian rugby union player who enjoyed a distinguished representative career with the Wests Bulldogs, Queensland Reds and Australia between 1998 and 2007 before signing with Worcester Warriors in the UK and later Japanese club Kyuden Voltex. He stands as the second highest try scorer in Wallaby history with 40 international tries, only bettered by David Campese. Latham made his international debut against France on the 1998 Spring Tour and represented the Wallabies at three Rugby World Cups (1999, 2003 and 2007). At the 2003 tournament, he racked up an Australian record five-try haul against Namibia in Adelaide. Stephen Jones, chief rugby correspondent for The Times and The Sunday Times, rated Latham as the finest fullback he has ever seen.  He was the head coach for the Utah Warriors for the 2020 Major League Rugby season, then continued his coaching career back home in Australia, before the Seawolves announced the addition of Latham as Assistant Coach for the 2024 Season.