Now in his ninth year with the club, Tim Payne has made over 200 first team appearances and is one of the cornerstones of the London Wasps pack.
He joined London Wasps from Cardiff Blues in 2003 and quickly made an impact, helping the club to win the Guinness Premiership and Heineken Cup the following year before adding Premiership titles in 2005 and 2008.
He became the club's most senior prop in 2005-06 after the retirement of Craig Dowd and the switch of Will Green to Leinster.
He won his first international cap against Australia in 2004, and was unlucky to miss out on the 2007 World Cup when he suffered knee ligament damage in the club's Heineken Cup quarter final against Leinster that March.
He has been capped 22 times for England and has represented the British and Irish Lions.
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|Weight:||117kgs / 18st 6lbs|
|Height:||185cm / 6ft 1ins|
|Date of Birth:||29/04/1979|
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|Former Clubs:||Coventry, Bristol Rugby, Cardiff|
|Representative Honours:||British and Irish Lions, England Students, England U21, England A|
|Debut Match:||Stade Francais Paris 24/08/2003|
|Tim's Club Stats:||This Season||Club Total|
|Tim's Test Stats:||Win Rate||Total|
|Country||Won: 7 Drawn: 1 Lost: 14||England|
|Drop Goals||-||International Points||-|