Nick Frost rugby player
Nick Frost rugby player

Nick Frost

10th Oct 1999 2.05m/110kg No 4 Lock

A giant second-rower, Nick Frost was one of the most promising youngsters in World Rugby in 2019. Incredible speed is an asset usually applied to the back three, but the Queanbeyan Whites star has been making strides in this area with his lengthy and rangy running style.

Described by former Wallabies coach Matt Williams as “the most talented 20-year-old lock” he has seen since Australia legend John Eales, Frost has certainly earned his high praise and looks certain to don the Gold Green of the Wallabies.

Frost played rugby with Knox Grammar School in Sydney before going on to represent Australia at schoolboy level. He made the bold call in 2017 to sign with New Zealand Super Rugby franchise, the Crusaders on a three-year deal to take part in their development programme and represented the Canterbury Colts.

His stint with the Crusaders end in 2019 when he snubbed the Waratahs to return to Australia with the Brumbies for the 2020 and 2021 seasons as the Crusaders allowed him to cut his contract short to return to his home country.

He was named in the Junior Wallabies squad for the U20 World Rugby Championship and scored an incredible long-range try as the Australians progressed through to the semi-finals of the competition.

In November 2019, he was named in Brumbies squad ahead of the 2020 Super Rugby season and made his debut off the bench in the win over the Melbourne Rebels.

Career

ARU Australia U20's
No 4 Lock
2019 - present
Canberra_Vikings_logo_page_image Canberra Vikings
No 4 Lock
2019 - present
brumbies ACT Brumbies
No 4 Lock
2019 - present