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Rob is a former English rugby union player and was, until April 2016, Professional Rugby Director at the Rugby Football Union. As a player, Rob was assured in his kicking and defensive skills off both feet. After graduating from Cambridge, where he also had a brief career in first-class cricket playing for Yorkshire County Cricket Club's Second XI, Rob joined the Wasps as fly-half, playing in that position for eight seasons at the NOrth London Club. During his time as a Wasp, the team won the English League in 1990 and Rob player as fly-half for England for ten years, two of which he was captain, and earned 71 caps. During his international career, Rob held the record for most international points scored in one match, scoring 30 against Canada in 1994. In January 2017 Rob took up the role as Chief Executive of Sussex County Cricket Club.