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Aaron Liffchak - Biography

Aaron Liffchak (born 18 June 1985), London is a rugby union footballer who plays at prop for London Welsh. He has also represented England Students and played for England at Under 18 and Under 16 levels.


Early life

Liffchak was born born 18 June 1985 and attended Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School for Boys, Barnet playing both for the school and for several representative sides including England at both under 18 and under 16 level. He then combined participation in the Saracens academy system with studying at the University of Hertfordshire, who he represented while playing for England Students.

Playing career

Saracens 2002–2007

Liffchak joined the Saracens Academy system directly from school and having developed through the Saracens Academy system, he began to take part in the main squad in the 2004–05 season, taking part in Saracens 'A' team sides.

The following season saw Liffchak make his first team debut against London Irish on 9 October 2005, one of four first team outings.

The 2006–07 season saw Liffchak make his Guinness Premiership debut amongst six first team appearances in all competitions.

The 2007–08 season has seen Liffchak making further first team appearances.

London Welsh 2007–

Liffchak joined London Welsh on loan in November 2007 and signed a contract with them at the end of the 2007/08 season.

See also

  • List of select Jewish rugby union footballers

External links

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