|Date of birth||26 May 1986|
|Debut||Wellington, New Zealand - 2008|
Hometown: Sydney, NSW
Ed Jenkins is the most capped Australian Men's Sevens player of all time. Ed has competed in two Rugby World Cup Sevens campaigns and won a silver medal at the 2010 Commonwealth Games. Jenkins was a member of Australia's last two Cup winning sides in London (2010) and Tokyo (2012). He added to his Commonwealth Games medal collection in Glasgow, picking up a Bronze medal. Jenkins was an ever present in the 2014-2015 Sevens World Series season. He was also captain of the Australian team that played at the Rio 2016 Olympics, scoring two tries.
Jenkins continued to add to this accolades in 2017, with the Hong Kong leg of the World Series Circuit allowing him to reach 50 Aussie Sevens Caps, the first player in Australian Sevens history to reach that milestone. This was alongside his excellent commencement of the 2017/2018 season where Jenkins added to his trophy cabinet, taking out the final in the Silicon Valley Sevens tournament against the American home side where he scored two tries, adding to his current total of 104 tries.