Andrew Kellaway eager to continue NRC dominance

After being labelled the best schoolboy talent since Kurtley Beale, Andrew Kellaway lived up to the hype in last year’s NRC, finishing his inaugural season with the NSW Country Eagles as the competition’s leading tryscorer. The 19-year-old Scots College product was rewarded with a spot in the Waratahs full time squad in 2015 and is looking to use the upcoming NRC season to push his way into a Sky Blue jersey next year. “That’s what the NRC is for. It’s there as a platform for blokes in my sort of position, to be able to test themselves and to show and prove to everyone else that we are ready for the next level,” Kellaway told Rugby News. In his first year out of school, Kellaway was a revelation for the Eagles last year, helping NSW Country finish second after the regular season and claim a home semi final – a match they lost to eventual champions Brisbane City 32-26. “It was tough and really fast, the rule changes definitely accommodated for that,” he said. “I
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