Scott Fardy

Super Rugby Caps 97
Height Weight
198cm 114kg
Born Hometown
05 / 07 / 1984 Sydney

Scott Fardy is one of the world’s best blindside flankers.

A journeyman who had stints with the Waratahs, Western Force and Japanese outfit Kamaishi Seawaves, the former apprentice carpenter is now a senior figure amongst both the Wallabies and Brumbies camps and a mentor to younger players at all levels.

Fardy was a standout performer for the Brumbies in 2016, earning himself the Fan’s Choice Stallion of the Year award.

Comfortable as a lock or loose forward, Fardy claimed the coveted Ken Catchpole Medal for Sydney’s Shute Shield’s best and fairest player in 2008 as a member of the Warringah Rats.

A senior member of the Brumbies, having appeared in more than eighty games, Fardy tasted international action for the first time in 2013 taking to the field in Wallaby gold against the All Blacks in Sydney.

Scott made his debut for the Brumbies in 2012 against the Force in Canberra.

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