Sevens: ‘Honey Badger’ Back To Boost Olympic Challenge

Australia's Men's Sevens program has received another boost with the confirmed signing of Nick Cummins, as the squad set their sights on the remainder of the 2015-16 HSBC Sevens World Series and ahead to the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Following on from the recent introductions of World Cup Wallaby Henry Speight, and former Waratah and Melbourne Rebel, Tom Kingston, to the international Sevens arena, and the appointment of former ACT Brumbies supremo Andy Friend to the role of head coach, Cummins' arrival will bring yet more top level quality and experience to the short-form table. Already accustomed to the Sevens environment having racked up eight appearances in the World Series, and featured alongside current squad stalwarts Ed Jenkins and James Stannard as the Australian Sevens earned a Silver medal at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, the 'Honey Badger' is champing at the bit to return to the gold jersey. “I’m keen as mustard to get this opportunity to play Seven
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