Player Profile

Ed Jenkins (c)

Forward

Points:
337 (67T, 1C)
Debut:
Wellington, New Zealand (February 2008)
Caps:
32
Profile
Height: 185cm
Weight: 95kg
Date Of Birth: 26/05/1986
Place of Birth: Sydney, Australia
Senior Club  
Club Sydney University, NSW

Current skipper Ed Jenkins is the most-capped Men's Sevens player of all time with 32 IRB tournaments to his name. Ed has competed in two Rugby World Cup Sevens campaigns and won a silver medal at the 2010 Commonwealth Games.

Jenkins made his debut in the shortened form of the game in Wellington at the back end of 2007 but succumbed to injury and didn’t play again until the following season.

A member of Australia's Cup winning sides in London (2010) and Tokyo (2012), Jenkins missed most of the 2012-13 season after receiving an injury during the opening round on the Gold Coast.

He returned to captain the side at the concluding round of the season in London and continued his leadership at Rugby World Cup Sevens 2013 and the current HSBC Sevens World Series.

Jenkins added to his Commonwealth Games medal collection in Glasgow, picking up a Bronze Medal.

A keen golfer, Jenkins has an identical twin brother Jono who currently plays with French side Narbonne.

RWC Sevens Caps: 2 (2009, 2013)

RWC Sevens Points: 
10 (2T)

Representative Honours: NSW Waratahs Academy (2007-10), Commonwealth Games (2010, 2014)