Rob Simmons
Position Lock
Date of birth 19 April 1989
Height 200cm
Weight 115kg


Hailing from the tiny country town of Theodore in Central Queensland, Rob Simmons is one of the most consistent tight five players in Australian rugby. The two-metre lock is a pillar of the Reds' forward pack and formed one half of the starting lock pairing alongside future Super Rugby teammate Kane Douglas for the majority of the Wallabies' 2015 Rugby World Cup campaign, scoring a memorable intercept try in Australia's semi-final win over Argentina. Simmons was a member of a star-studded and championship-winning Southport School First XV in 2006, which also included Reds teammate James Slipper.

Super Rugby 2020 season

Tries 1
Points 5
Carries 28
Metres 48
Successful Tackles 51
Missed Tackles 6