Coming off arguably his best season of international Rugby, Rob Horne set his sights on becoming a permanent fixture on the Wallabies wing. In and out of the Wallabies team since making his Test debut in 2010, Horne cemented his position on the wing in 2014 and had first crack at the spot in 2015. A shoulder injury curtailed his Rugby World Cup campaign but. Horne’s pure speed and defensive strength made him an invaluable player when fit. Having made his first Test appearance in 2010, the versatile Horne provides plenty of big-game experience with two Rugby World Cups, a British & Irish Lions Series in Australia in 2013, and nine Super Rugby seasons under his belt. In January 2015, Horne re-signed for a further two seasons with the NSW Waratahs and Australian Rugby, signalling his intentions to improve on his ever-growing legacy in the game.
Australian Schoolboys (2006, 2007), Australia U20s (2008, 2009)