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RPI Score

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-0.83%
79

Core Stats for the RPI Score

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  • 83 Influence

    Influence

    Measures the impact of a player 2 minutes prior to a winning moment
  • 93 Goal Success

    Goal Success

    Measures successful conversions and penalty kicks
  • 64 Attacking

    Attacking

    Measures line breaks, beaten defenders, won penalties and successful offloads
  • 85 Territorial Kick Meters

    Territorial Kick Meters

    Measures territory gained from a kick

Fly Half Rankings

World

#20 / 195 -1

TOP 14

#4 / 40 -2

Position

Fly Half

Height

1.84m

Weight

82kg

DOB

11 Nov 1986

Bio

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.

Teams

Toulon Toulon

Form

12 Months

Core Stats for the RPI Score

Hover for definitions

  • 83 Influence

    Influence

    Measures the impact of a player 2 minutes prior to a winning moment
  • 93 Goal Success

    Goal Success

    Measures successful conversions and penalty kicks
  • 64 Attacking

    Attacking

    Measures line breaks, beaten defenders, won penalties and successful offloads
  • 85 Territorial Kick Meters

    Territorial Kick Meters

    Measures territory gained from a kick

Position

Fly Half

Height

1.84m

Weight

82kg

DOB

11 Nov 1986

Bio

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.

Teams

Toulon Toulon
 
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