Rugby Centurions Club creates Honour Cap to commemorate and mark the special occasion of representing your country in 100 international test matches. This prestigious cap will be presented to each of the 80 Centurions from across the globe.
Our first recipient of the Honour Cap was Australian legend, Rob Simmons. Rob is from Theodore, Queensland and played for the Australian Schoolboys team in 2006. He was then selected for the Australian U19s representative side in 2007 before playing for the Australian Under 20 side at the 2008 Junior Rugby World Cup in Wales.
Rob made his test debut for Australia in 2010, playing against South Africa in Brisbane. He has represented Australia on 106 occasions, competing in 3 Rugby World Cups. Interestingly, Rob holds the record for the fastest try in the 2015 Rugby World Cup Semi-final when Australia beat Argentina.
Victoria Gosling OBE, Rugby Centurions Chairman said “Rob has had an incredible international career, and we are delighted to present him with his Rugby Centurion Honour Cap to mark his achievement of 100 international test caps”.