The NSW Waratahs are proud to announce that lock Jed Holloway has re-committed to the side, keeping him in sky blue at least until the end of the 2023 season.
Hailing from the North Coast, Holloway played his junior football with the Yamba Buccaneers and came through the NSW development pathways playing for Southern Districts in the Shute Shield and the Rams in the NRC while also representing Australia at the Schoolboy and U/20s level.
Returning home to NSW from Toyota Verblitz in Japan, Holloway has made an instant impact on the Waratahs and their resurgence in Super Rugby Pacific and has extended his deal with the team for a further season.
Holloway’s leadership and dominant form in the Harvey Norman Super Rugby Pacific competition have seen him awarded the captaincy for the Waratahs in Jake Gordon’s absence and inclusion in Dave Rennie’s first Wallaby camp of the season.
Holloway was grateful for the chance to extend his time in his home state and is proud of the development of the team this season.