Scott Fava will create history when the 2009 Super 14 kicks off in February.
Scott will become the only player to play for all four unions of Australia. Scott began his career with the Queensland Reds back in 1999 before making a move to the ACT Brumbies in 2002.
He was then a foundation player of the Western Force in 2006, before the NSW Waratahs recently announced him as their marquee signing for 2009.
The Waratahs were ecstatic to sign up such an experienced and well credentialed Wallaby who is a powerful ball runner with great skills, high work rate and is a excellent link man in the modern game.
Of recent years Scott's career has reached new levels since being part of the Australian Wallabies squad where he has played numerous tests since 2005, after applying his trade for many years in the Australia A side.
International Rugby is no stranger to Scott, and many more tests for the Wallabies are sure to follow after coming home to NSW.
At the start of the 2009, Scott was a victim to an unfortunate career ending back injury. He announced his immediate retirement from the game he loves following information that he would never return to professional rugby conditioning.
2009 wasn't all bad news for Scott, in late October Scott's wife Sarah gave birth to twins.
Since Scott's injury, he has still had a strong passion for the game of Rugby and is currently involved in coaching for North Rugby Clubs first grade.
Scott also started an online website called myrugbystar.com. A site that according to Scott, allows players to provide unscripted and uncut content to converse with their fans on the internet.
When Scott is not involved with rugby he can be found with his wife and new born daughter at the beach, studying for his Business and Human Movement degree, or gaining experience in the field of property development.
Scott also offers his time and assistance on a regular basis to Camp Quality where he has been made an ambassador.