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Fergus Lee-Warner grew up in the country playing junior rugby for the Muswellbrook heelers. Educated at The King’s School NSW, Fergus went across to Western Australia to start his journey into professional rugby. Fergus previously had a strong showing in both National Rugby Championship playing for the Greater Sydney Rams and in the Shute Shield for Eastern Suburbs Rugby Club.
Standing at 194cm and weighing 112kg Fergus shows his athleticism and size around the field. Providing height in the lineout and power in the maul, Fergus is definitely one to watch.
Fergus joined the Western Force in 2018, playing in the NRC. The Force dominated the 2019 NRC season, winning the minor premiership and then backing that up with an emphatic 41-3 grand final victory against Canberra. The win was secured by a five-try second half as the Force held the Vikings scoreless after leading 7-3 at halftime.
Fergus was one of the try scorers and was awarded the Phil Waugh Medal for Man of the Match for his display in the grand final.
PASSPORT: Australian / British
DATE OF BIRTH: 3 Februar 19924
POSITION: Lock / Blindside Flanker
Phil Waugh Medal Winner (Man of the Match in NRC Grand Final)
Global Rapid Rugby Competition
Greater Sydney Rams