Further Personal Information
||Two sons, Woody and Rocco.
Sport Specific Information
|When and where did you begin this sport?
||At the age of 12 at his school in Dorset.
|Why this sport?
||At age 16 he decided that his love for the sport was so strong that he decided to pursue a career playing it.
|Club / Team
||Gold Coast Breakers: Gold Coast, QLD, AUS
|Name of coach
|Coach from which country?
|Coach from what year?
|Preferred position / style / stance / technique
||Playing football with friends and golf. (irb.com, 21 May 2010)
|Memorable sporting achievement
||Winning the Hong Kong Sevens in 2006. (irb.com, 21 May 2010)
Breaking the world record in 2005 for the most points scored by an individual in Rugby Sevens. (digdeep.com, 21 May 2010)
|Most influential person in career
||Samoan dual-international John Schuster. (irb.com, 21 May 2010)
|Hero / Idol
||Tennis great Roger Federer. (irb.com, 21 May 2010)
|Awards and honours
||As of 21 May, 2010, he is the all time leading points scorer in rugby sevens. He was also the top scorer in the 2009-10 World Series. (irb.com, 21 May 2010)
||To compete for England in Rugby Sevens when it is contested at the 2016 Olympic Games. (dailymail.co.uk, 22 May 2010)
||ENGLAND, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, ENGLAND
He emigrated for family reasons to Australia's Gold Coast in 2004 where he played for Sunnybank, before moving to New Zealand in 2006 to play for Tasman. He spent a year with Toyota Shokki in Japan in 2007, before moving back to Australia. In 2010 he was playing for Gold Coast Breakers, but in May he played in a sevens tournament in England where he professed a desire to return to his home country. "I want to play in either the Premiership or in France," he said. (dailymail.co.uk, 22 May 2010; rfu.com, 21 Jun 2010)
PANCAKES AND PORRIDGE
When asked what he likes to eat before a match he said "Pancakes, if there are any going. Maybe a bit of porridge and some eggs." (irb.com, 21 May 2010)