Foundation RaboDirect Rebel Nic Henderson was only the 11th player in the history of Super Rugby to play 100 Super Rugby matches at 31 years of age. The loosehead forward packed down in 10 matches for the 2011 season, following that with all but one of the 2012 matches.Nic’s career began in Melbourne in 1999, where he was part of the Melbourne Rugby League Club, the Melbourne Storm, before converting to Rugby Union. He debuted for the ACT Brumbies in their Premiership year of 2004 and, incredibly, featured in every Brumbies game until the end of the 2008 season.On his departure from the nation’s Capital, Nic spent a season with the Western Force, before joining the Rebels and buying a house in Melbourne, a city he now calls home.A decorated member of the squad, Nic brings a wealth of experience, having been part of many Wallaby environments since 2004, achieving three Caps for his country.The man they call ‘Doss’ has been working towards one day becoming a fire fighter, and is an ambassador for ‘Defib For Life’, a defibrillator program that is tailored to suit local sporting clubs.
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