After spending four years in the Waratahs program, Kellaway moved to England at the end of 2018 for a season with Northampton Saints where he quickly established himself as a dangerous finisher.
Then joining the Rebels in 2020, Kellaway has played 18 matches over the two-years at the Rebels, scoring 8 tries by the end of the 2021 season.
Following a season in Japan, Kellaway made a fast start upon his return to Melbourne, playing in the Rebels’ final four matches of the Trans-Tasman campaign, with his impressive form leading to selection in Dave Rennie’s opening Wallabies squad for 2021 international season.
Long touted as a future Wallabies’ star, Kellaway made an immediate impact in the green and gold, playing 14 of a possible 15 Test matches, scoring nine tries and finishing as the leading try scorer in The Rugby Championship in 2021. Such was his arrival on the international scene, Kellaway later became the second Melbourne Rebel to win the coveted Wallabies’ Rookie of the Year award.
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