Everyone’s favourite Honey Badger

Nick Cummins: former Force and Wallabies player, hilarious post-match interviewee, and now Tens party planner!

Nick Cummins: the world’s most hilarious post-match interviewee, scorer of ‘meat pies’ for the likes of the Wallabies and the Force, and now Brisbane Global Rugby Tens party planner!

It’s a CV most of us can only dream of, but we’re delighted the Honey Badger is on board to add another layer of fun – and bring the party – to the 2018 tournament.

We let the Badge loose to ask the real hard-hitting questions of some of the stars of next year’s event: Karmichael Hunt, Julian Savea, Henry Speight, Kurtley Beale, Tim Nanai-Williams and Michael Collins.

 

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Based in Canberra, the Brumbies have become a central part of Australia’s rugby landscape since the club’s Super 12 tournament debut in 1996. They have reached five Super Rugby finals in that time, claiming overall victory on two occasions.