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Rugby Union’s Nick Farr-Jones AM shares his fathering experience

Rugby Union’s Nick Farr-Jones AM shares his fathering experience
Published: Sun 10 May 2020

“Who’s at the Table” podcast with Nick Farr Jones AM

Fathering Project ambassador Nick Farr-Jones AM joined us this week to share his stories as captain of the team that brought home the Rugby Union World Cup in 1991 – plus some fathering insights as a dad of four!

About Nick Farr-Jones

Nick captained every school team in which he played. Academically he achieved high standards as well, going from Newington College to Sydney University, where he studied Law from 1980-1985, before joining the Sydney city law firm of Garland Hawthorn Brahe.

In Rugby Union he first represented New South Wales and Australia in 1984 and captained 36 successive tests for the Australian team from 1988 to 1992. Nick also received international honours, captaining the World XV playing New Zealand in 1992 for the NZ Rugby Union Centenary celebrations.

Nick Farr-Jones is a true ambassador for Rugby Union. His effect on the game and influence in sporting circles beyond rugby was recognised in 1992 when he was awarded the AM.

Nick and his wife Angela and four children ranging from 17 to 26.

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