Mitch Inman is one of the most experienced players at the Rebels. Of the current playing squad, only Laurie Weeks (62) and Luke Jones (61) have made more appearances for the club than Inman (60). The veteran centre hasn't missed a game for the Rebels since 2013, playing every single minute of the team's 2015 Super Rugby campaign. Equally capable in either the 12 or 13 jersey, Inman reached 50 Rebel caps against the Hurricanes in Wellington, becoming just the fifth player in club history to reach the milestone. 'Inners' finished as runner up in the Rebels' Players' Player Award from 2012-14 and forming outstanding midfield partnership with Tamati Ellison over the past two seasons after previously playing alongside the likes of Stirling Mortlock and Rory Sidey in the centres. Like Sidey, he joined the club from the Force, where he made 19 Super Rugby appearances. In 2015, Inman made more tackles and carried the ball more than any other Rebel back, while only back rower Sean McMahon beat more defenders.