Ben Gollings

Ben Gollings

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Ben Gollings (born 13 May 1980 in Launceston, Cornwall) is a rugby union footballer who plays fly-half for Gold Coast Breakers and formerly for England Sevens.


Gollings was educated at Castle Court School and Canford School and in 1997 led Canford to success at The National Schools 7's. In 2000, he was selected for England in the Students' World Cup, whilst at Brunel University.

Gollings has previously played for Bournemouth, Gloucester, Bath Development U19 side, Harlequins, Newcastle Falcons, Worcester, Doncaster Knights and Sunnybank. In 2006, he signed to play in the New Zealand National Provincial Championship for Tasman.

Gollings became the first player to score over 1500 career points in IRB Sevens, with over 2,300 by 2010.

There were rumors of Gollings playing Super 14 rugby for the current champions the Crusaders due to All Black and Crusaders flyhalf Dan Carter missing at least 7 weeks of competition. However, this rumour did not prove accurate, with the Crusaders instead choosing North Harbour pivot, Tusi Pisi.

From June 2007 Gollings joined Toyota Shokki Rugby and continued to remain a regular part of the England Sevens set-up. He is currently touring with the Queensland Reds. During 2009 Gollings became the first Rugby Sevens player to score over 2000 points in his career. He achieved this feat whilst at the London Sevens competition, which England eventually won.

On 21 June 2011, it was announced that...
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