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Bonding with the Bull Sharks: Connor Pritchard

NAME: Connor Pritchard  

SPORT/CLUB: Bond University Rugby Club 

STUDY/WORK: Just completed my Master of City Planning and I work as a City Planner. I have also just started my own business as a drone pilot.  

What’s your nickname and how did you get it?  

Pritchy- it’s just stuck since high school. 

What are you currently streaming? 


You've got the day off, the weather is perfect and you’ve got money in your pocket. Where would we find you?  

Definitely in the bush in Africa. 

Who inspires you the most?  

I feel like I can’t pinpoint a single person, my entire immediate family has always been there for me and pushed me when I needed it. 

Who is your nemesis?  

University of Queensland rugby team.  

What’s your superstition?  

Lucky underwear on game day. 

If you’re the chef at a dinner party, what’s are you cooking?  

Beef wellington with a side of carrot puree with ginger. 

What is your greatest sporting memory?  

Representing my county at the Sevens World Cup in San Francisco in 2018. 

Who is your most annoying teammate and why?  

Josh Havea, he's always sleeping instead of working.

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