Andrew Kellaway is regarded as one of the rising stars of Australian rugby, having made a series of outstanding performances in the Scots College First XV, Australian Schoolboys, Australian U20s, Randwick and the NSW Country Eagles teams. Waiting patiently in the wings after joining the Waratahs ahead of the 2015 season, his dream of making his Super Rugby debut may just come true this year given, at just 20 years of age he has already made a name for himself as a prolific try-scorer. Kellaway’s potential was thrust onto the stage in 2014 when he scored on debut for Randwick against Eastern Suburbs in the Shute Shield. That same year, he broke the record for the most tries ever scored at a Junior World Championship, surpassing Julian Savea and Zac Guildford after crossing for 10 five-pointers at the tournament held in New Zealand. He also topped the try-scoring tally as part of the NSW Country Eagles and captained the Australian U20s.