Meet Angus Crichton’s Parents

Angus Crichton is a rugby player who plays for the Sydney Roosters and the Australian team. He was born on February 5 1996 in Australia. Let’s meet his parents!

Before playing for the Sydney Roosters Angus Crichton played for another team in the National Rugby League called the South Sydney Rabbitohs.

Angus Crichton played for New South Wales in a game called State of Origin and also played for a team called Prime Minister’s XIII. He won the 2019 NRL Grand Final with the Sydney Roosters.

In 2023 Angus Crichton had a hard time returning to training because he used mushrooms while in Amsterdam and it affected his mental health for a long time.

On February 22 2020 Angus Crichton played for the Sydney Roosters in a game called the World Club Challenge against a team called St Helens. The Roosters won the game 20-12.

During the 2020 NRL season, Angus Crichton played for the Sydney Roosters against a team called Canterbury-Bankstown. He scored two tries in a game that the Roosters won 42-6 at Bankwest Stadium.

Angus Crichton played in a game called the 2020 State of Origin series but his team lost all three games 2-1. He played in the next two games after being added to the starting lineup because the team captain Boyd Cordner had a second head injury and couldn’t continue.

Who Are Angus Crichton’s Parents?

Angus Crichton’s parents are named Charlie Crichton and Pip Crichton. We don’t know much about what they did for work or other information about them.