Player Profile

Ed Jenkins (c)

Forward

Points:
453 (91T, 1C)
Debut:
Wellington, New Zealand (February 2008)
Caps:
40
Profile
Height: 185cm
Weight: 95kg
Date Of Birth: 26/05/1986
Place of Birth: Sydney, NSW
Senior Club  
Club Sydney University, NSW

Current skipper 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.

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.

Jenkins added to his Commonwealth Games medal collection in Glasgow, picking up a Bronze Medal. Jenkins was an ever-present in the 2014-15 Sevens World Series season.

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)