FORMER Warrington Wolves Aussie legend Nat Wood is celebrating becoming a dad again aged 49 following the birth of a baby son.
Earlier today Nat posted on social media:
At 3.03 pm Today our Little Man
Jagger Uraia Griffiths Wood Entered our World To my Darling Tami Griffiths Thank you my Sweetheart for Blessing Us all with this Perfect Little Boy.I love you both So much ❤️❤️3.66 kgs and 53 cm xx
During his time at Warrington, Nat become a fan’s favourite playing in the victorious team in the final game at Wilderspool Stadium in 2003 and was the first try scorer at the new Halliwell Jones Stadium in 2004, both games were against his old club Wakefield.
During his career he was a South’s junior but made his first-grade début for Balmain in round 17 of the 1993 season. Between 1993 and 2001 he played for the Balmain Tigers, Sydney Roosters and the New Zealand Warriors in the NSWRL premiership, Australian Rugby League and National Rugby League.
He then moved to the Super League joining Wakefield Trinity Wildcats for one season before moving to Warrington Wolves. He retired at the end of 2005 due to injury, moving back to Australia to care for his two sons Raecin and Kaede.