The Plus500 Brumbies are pleased to announce second rower Nick Frost has re-signed with the club until at least the end of 2022.
The 21-year-old, 206cm lock has been in excellent form, starting the Super Rugby AU final at blindside flanker before running on at lock against the Crusaders last Saturday night in Christchurch.
Frost made his debut for the Brumbies against the Melbourne Rebels in round two last year and has gone on to make 15 appearances to date, starting six games in ACT colours.
Though he is the tallest member of the Brumbies squad, Frost has unique athleticism for his size, something that was showcased when he scored a viral 60-metre individual try for the Junior Wallabies at the 2019 Under 20 World Cup.
Plus500 Brumbies lock Nick Frost said: “I’m really happy to be staying with the Brumbies for at least another year.”
“Working with Dan (McKellar) and Laurie (Fisher) has been huge for my development the last couple of years, and I’m really enjoying my time at the club and in Canberra.
“We have a special group here, we’re very tight-knit and I’m excited to stay and help contribute to the ongoing success at the club.”
Plus500 Brumbies Head Coach Dan McKellar said: “We’re thrilled Nick will be staying at the club next season.”
“Since he joined the club he has taken on all feedback, worked hard in the gym and on the field to make sure he’s ready for Super Rugby and he’s gotten better and better as a result of that professional attitude.
“Frosty was a high-priority retention for the club and while he’s an important part of the side already we feel he can be one of the pillars of our pack for years to come.”
Date of Birth: 10/10/1999 (age: 21)
Place of Birth: Sydney, NSW
School: Knox Grammar School, Wahroonga, NSW
Brumby Number: 225
Super Rugby Debut: 2020 v Rebels (h), Canberra
Super Rugby Caps: 16
ACT Club: Queanbeyan Whites
The Plus500 Brumbies will play the Chiefs in Round Two of Harvey Norman Super Rugby Trans-Tasman at FMG Stadium in Hamilton on Saturday May 22 at 5:05pm AEST. LIVE and AD FREE on the new Home of Rugby, Stan Sport.