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Nottingham’s talismanic captain is always at the heart of everything that the team does well. He is very much from the school of leading by example and he epitomises the team ethic in place at the club. He is ferocious in defence and prolific as a try scorer. He leads the try scoring charts for Nottingham this season and finished top of this last year too. The Kiwi flanker has played for North Harbour in New Zealand and in the Premiership for Newcastle Falcons. He also represented New Zealand at Sevens when he was younger.
Away from rugby, Brent is a devoted family man and enjoys spending time with his wife and two young children. He is very proud to be an ambassador for PASIC.
The work PASIC do to help seriously ill children is phenomenal. You see some of these children going through some horrific times in their lives and yet PASIC manage to make that bearable for them. I’ve always been struck by the positivity shown by the children and I’m genuinely moved by their bravery and their personality in the face of adversity
Sean plays scrum half forming an integral part of the Nottingham Rugby team as the link between the forwards and backs. Since joining Nottingham in 2011, he has established himself as first choice due to his ability to stay calm under pressure, his excellent defensive skills and his range of passing. He is also a member of the club’s leadership group. Another Kiwi, Romans has played for the Junior All Blacks, The Highlanders and Otago in his homeland, with Nottingham being his first club in England.
Away from rugby, Sean is a keen musician, with the guitar being his instrument of choice. He composes his own music and lyrics and is always happy to perform.
Sean is also very proud to be an ambassador for PASIC.
It means a lot to me to be involved with such a great charity. You can see that the work they do makes a real difference. If I can help them in any small way to continue doing what they’re doing, then I feel privileged to be able to