Date of birth
June 6, 1989
Place of birth
Darcy Lussick was a big name signing for the Wolfpack mid-way through the 2018 season and had an immediate impact in the middle of the field for the Canadians.
The big Australian made his name in the NRL as one of the most no nonsense, hard hitting and intimidating front rowers in the game after coming through the junior ranks at Manly Sea Eagles, the club he debuted for in 2011.
The 6ft 4 towering prop quickly established himself as a real fan favourite with the Brookvale faithful, occupying the NRL highlight reel with a series of big hits and hugely dominating runs through the middle of the field.
Two stints at Manly, along with a three year period at Parramatta Eels sandwiched in between, earned Lussick over 100 NRL games before he opted to run with the Pack to add some real fire power to Toronto’s engine room.
Lussick became a mainstay off the bench for Toronto last year and had an impact in every one of the 17 games he made in Wolfpack colours last year.
After spending his first full pre-season with the Championship club, the New South Welshman is aiming to take his game to new heights in 2019 and play a leading roll in asserting Toronto’s physical dominance on the competition this year.