|Full name||Scott Fava|
|Date of birth||19 January 1976|
|Place of birth||Kiama, New South Wales, Australia|
|Height||1.89 m (6 ft 2 1⁄2 in)|
|Weight||103 kg (16 st 3 lb)|
|University||University of Canberra|
|Rugby union career|
For the 2006 season, Fava joined the new Western Force side which were part of the expansion of the Super 12 to become the Super 14. During the season, Fava was relegated to the bench after failing a club alcohol breath test. Fava made 87 appearances in Super Rugby.
He later became the first person to play for all Australian Super 14 sides when he joined the Waratahs. He later retired due to injury after the 2009 season.
Fava made his test debut for the Wallabies against England in 2005 and was also part of the tour party in France. He scored his first test try in the 2006 Tri Nations-Bledisloe Cup tie against the All Blacks.
Scott Fava was a member of the Australian Rugby 7's side at the 2006 Commonwealth Games that lost out in the bronze medal playoff against Fiji. During the match, Fava suffered a sickening hit in a collision with Viliame Satala and began convulsing on the field. He was able to make a full recovery after being taken to the Royal Melbourne Hospital.