Nick ‘Honey Badger’ Cummins on Tradie Wear
Nick ‘Honey Badger’ Cummins shares a few thoughts on Tradie Wear.
A bit more about Nick Cummins
In 2007, Cummins was selected for the Australian Sevens squad. He was the top try scorer for the team at the IRB Sevens World Series. Later that year, he moved to Perth after signing a two-year contract with the Western Force.
Cummins played for the Perth Spirit team that reached the semi-final stage of the Australian Rugby Championship in 2007.He made his debut for the Western Force in 2008, starting in the first round against the Sharks in Durban.
In 2009, Cummins was invited to the Wallabies training camp prior to the northern Spring Tour, although injury prevented his involvement on that tour.
In 2010, he was selected for the Australian Barbarians and played in two home matches against England. He was then selected in Australia’s 28 man squad that travelled to South Africa as part of the 2010 Tri-Nations series, although he wasn’t required to play. Later that year, Cummins went to the Commonwealth Games Sevens tournament in Delhi, where he played in Australia’s silver medal-winning team.
In 2012, Cummins was selected for the Australia squad for the inaugural Rugby Championship. He made his Test debut on 6 October 2012, and played on the wing in the Wallabies 25-19 win over Argentina in Rosario.
On 4 July 2014 it was announced that Cummins would be released early from his Western Force and Australian Rugby Union contracts on compassionate grounds.