Rebecca Tavo is a dual-international, who has represented Australia in both touch-football and rugby sevens.
In 2009, Rebecca enjoyed the ultimate success in Dubai as part of the Australian side that won the inaugural Women’s Rugby World Cup Sevens.
In 2011, Rebecca tasted World Cup glory again, this time with the Aussie Women’s touch-football side, which claimed the world number one crown in Edinburgh.
Following her success in touch-football, Rebecca decided to switch her focus to rugby sevens and was named captain of the Australian side.
“I have been fortunate to win two World Cups in two different sports and have the opportunity to travel around the world doing something I love, which is amazing. I was blown away when I was offered the rugby 7s captaincy, it is a huge honour and I’m very proud to be given the chance to lead my country."
Ed Jenkins has been a member of the Australian Men’s Sevens team since the 2007/08 season and has developed into a strong leader both on and off the field.
A member of the 2010 Commonwealth Games Silver medal side, Ed took the captaincy of a youthful Australian outfit, following the retirement of former captain Bernard Foley.
Ed currently attends the Australian College of Physical Education (ACPE) in Sydney where he studies Sports Business.
Ed plays club rugby for Sydney University and away from the game spends time on the golf course or at the beach.
“Rugby Sevens is a fun and exciting game that has taken me around the world and helped me keep fit and healthy."