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Between and , Farah played for City in six City vs Country representative games, captaining the team from onwards. Farah is a supporter of Liverpool F. A junior with Enfield Federals and Leichhardt Wanderers , as an year-old in , he toured with the Lebanese team, playing France in Tripoli and scoring a try. Farah's season was marred by a knee re-construction and his first-grade playing time was restricted to 3 matches for With Wests Tigers hookers Robbie Mears and Darren Senter both retiring at the end of the season, Farah was the club's main hooker for Early in the year he would often start on the bench and interchange with Ben Galea , but by the end of the year he was described as having replaced, "captain Darren Senter at hooker with relative ease.
Farah played at hooker in the Tigers loss. Farah was named the Wests Tigers player of the year in the NRL season , playing in 20 matches and scoring 5 tries. Some pundits claimed Farah should have won. Farah finished the NRL season with 17 matches and 6 tries. On 13 January, it was announced that Farah had chosen to re-sign with the Wests Tigers until the end of the season, spurning a lucrative offer from the Gold Coast Titans. He made his international debut from the bench in the match against England, relieving starting hooker Cameron Smith just before halftime.
Farah was named in the Australian squad for the Four Nations. Farah played in all 27 matches for the year, scoring 7 tries and kicking 3 field goals. Farah was again named as second-string hooker in the Four Nations , but withdrew from the tournament for family reasons before he could make an appearance.
Farah returned to State of Origin football in In the weeks leading up to the team selection, Farah was contacted by New South Wales coach Ricky Stuart , to explain that his first choice for hooker would be Danny Buderus , who had recently returned to the NRL.
Furthermore, assistant coach Steve Roach declared Farah was not, "an Origin type player. During the match, Farah handled the ball times and made a record 63 tackles, and missed no tackles. The previous record for most tackles in a State of Origin match was held by Dallas Johnson , who had made 60 in a game in Farah's mum Sonia died of cancer soon after the match. Making 16 appearances during the season, Farah surpassed Darren Senter 's previous record of 86 games as captain of the Wests Tigers.