Capable of playing on the wing or at outside centre, the electric Tom Kingston is rapidly becoming an indispensable asset in the HSBC Waratahs’ backline. In 2012, Tom scored four tries and made 15 appearances during the regular season.Kingston attended St Aloysius’ College in North Sydney for his primary and secondary education, but moved to Hong Kong as a teenager, where he spent five years playing for the Stanley Fort Rugby Club.When he returned to Australia, Kingston impressed NSW selectors with his pace and finishing ability while playing for his Shute Shield club, Sydney University. Strong pre-season training performances with the HSBC Waratahs in 2011 saw him earn a contract upgrade before the Super Rugby tournament had even commenced.One of the hardest workers in the squad, Kingston made his debut midway through the 2011 campaign and would have played more than his four caps were it not for his national selection in the Australian U20 team to play the IRB Junior World Championship. A Mosman local, outside of rugby Tom is working towards a Bachelor of Commerce at Sydney University. He lists surf lifesaving as a hobby, and is a keen supporter of American football, following the New Orleans Saints in the NFLUpdated May 7, 2013
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