Player Profile

Sean McMahon

Forward

Points:
105 (21T)
Debut:
Gold Coast (2010) v Japan
Caps:
19
Profile
Height: 186cm
Weight: 100kg
Date Of Birth: 18/06/1994
Senior Club  
Club GPS, QLD
Sean McMahon was the youngest-ever Australian Sevens representative when he made his debut as a 17-year-old at the inaugural Gold Coast Sevens in 2011.

His maiden year proved as successful as it was busy, with McMahon playing for the Australian Schoolboys which defeated New Zealand 26-19 in 2011, before attending the Noosa Sevens and being signed to a two-year contract with the Australian Sevens.

Since featuring at his first Gold Coast Sevens, the mobile forward went on to play in every stop on the World Series in the 2011/12 tournament. He was active again in 2012/13, playing six-straight tournaments before injury in Hong Kong sidelined him for the rest of the season.

McMahon played alongside Sevens teammates Allan Fa’alava’au and Cam Clark for the Australian Schoolboys in 2011 and with Lewis Holland, Con Foley, Tom Cusack and Fa’alava’au with the Australian Under 20s in 2012.

The talented forward returns to the Australian Sevens side for this year’s Commonwealth Games after a successful 2014 season, which included a host of Super Rugby starts for the Melbourne Rebels and the captaincy during the IRB Junior World Championship in Auckland.

Representative Honours: Australian Under 20s (2012-14), Commonwealth Games (2014)