- DOB12 Oct 1995
Andrew Kellaway arrived in Northampton in the summer of 2018 with a reputation as one of the rising stars of Australian rugby.
After representing Randwick in the Shute Shield at the beginning of his career, Kellway captained his country at schoolboys and then at Under-20s level.
He showed off prolific finishing ability at the World Rugby Under-20s Championship in 2014 – breaking a try-scoring record for a single tournament previously held by Julian Savea and Zac Guildford after crossing the whitewash ten times in five matches.
After excelling for Randwick and in the Wallabies’ jersey, he soon linked up with NSW Country Eagles before being recruited into the Waratahs squad.
Kellaway, who is equally comfortable on the wing or at fullback, made his Super Rugby debut for the Waratahs in 2016 and also featured for the Barbarians in their 2017 clash against the Classic Wallabies, before making the switch to Northampton ahead of the 2018/19 season.