Paul Carozza

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Paul Carozza (born 14 April 1966, Brisbane, Queensland) was an international rugby player for Australia who won 15 caps between 1990 and 1993. He was injured for the 1991 World Cup but returned in time for the one off test against South Africa in 1992, scoring twice in the 26-3 win. He also toured Europe in the same year. All Black prop Richard Loe smashed his elbow into Carozza's cheek bone, breaking it, after he had scored against New Zealand in Brisbane, Australia in the 19-17 win. He is currently the head coach of the QAS Reds Rugby Academy.

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