Darcy Swain

Super Rugby Caps 1


Height Weight
200cm 108kg
Born Hometown
5 / 7 / 1997 Babinda

A young lock with the size and skills to be a real force at Super Rugby level, Darcy Swain joins the Brumbies on an EPS contract after two stand out years in the club’s U20’s program.

Born and raised in Queensland, Swain made the move to Canberra in 2016 after becoming a schoolboy star with Brisbane Boys’ College in the state’s capital city.

The hulking second row made an immediate impression with the Brumbies U20’s, establishing himself as one of the team’s key players and helping them to big victories over the Force and Rebels U20’s during the inaugural Super U20’s competition.

The 20-year old would go on to link up with the Tuggeranong Vikings in the local competition, splitting his time between Colts and 1st Grade and helping Vikings to the 2016 Premiership.

Swain’s efforts were rewarded with a spot in the UC Vikings squad for the 2016 NRC, the youngster appearing in one game despite his youth.

Swain captained the Brumbies U20’s in 2017 and was dominant for the side, eventually earning selection for the Australian U20’s where he earned two caps prior the Junior World Cup in Georgia.

Following another impressive season for Tuggeranong in the John I Dent Cup, Swain was selected for the Canberra Vikings squad in the 2017 NRC and picked up by the Brumbies on his first professional contract.

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