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Who Are Darcy Swain’s Parents? Details On The Family Of The Athlete

Darcy was born to his parents 24 years ago. To know about his parents along with other details, stick with us. 

He is an Australian rugby union player who plays for the Brumbies in the Super Rugby. His position of choice is a lock.

He is debuting for the Australian National Rugby Team in 2021 in the series against France. He was brought to fame by a turnover in the game’s late stages, securing Australia’s victory.

While he was 15 years old, he was scouted by Brisbane Boys’ College and offered a scholarship to finish his schooling.

During his final year of school, the Brumbies offered Darcy a move to Canberra to play for the Brumbies U20s team. Ultimately he was provided for the National Rugby Championship team Canberra Vikings.

Who Are Darcy Swain’s Parents?

Darcy’s mother’s name is Susana Lesa-Taimua.

There is no information available on his father.

Talking more about his family heals has sisters, but there is no information available on them.

Who Is Darcy Swain Dating? Girlfriend Explored

Darcy is dating his girlfriend for a long time.

Her name is Lauren Fulivai.

There are not many details available on his girlfriend, Lauren. However, Darcy is public regarding his relationship, as we can find the couple’s picture on Instagram.

Lauren is available on Instagram; unfortunately he Instagram is private.

Know Darcy Swain’s Nationality

Darcy holds an Australian nationality.

Swain was born in the north Queensland town of Babinda.

Likewise, he grew up in nearby Cairns until he was 15.

Darcy Swain’s Net Worth Revealed

The exact net worth of Darcy is still under review.

He makes money as a Rugby player.

He will debut on the Australian national team to yield him a nice amount of money compared to now.

However, there are no details about the amount signed in the contract.

Find Him On Instagram

Darcy is available on Instagram under the username @darcytaimua.

He has more than 3.1k followers.

His Instagram bio says, “Queenslander turned Canberran.”