Rugby Union Player
South African. Fullback, Outside centre. Was the leading point scorer in the 2007 Rugby World Cup.
Australian, although born in Zambia. Scrum-half who has made more appearances for his national team than any other player in the sport's history.
Nov 21st 2007. Aged 71, New Zealand rugby union player and selector, All Black (1955–1964).
Scottish rugby union. Aged 81, (Edinburgh Academical, Scotland). April 14
Widely recognised as the best scrum-half to have ever played the game.
He was a fullback who will be remembered for his creativity, natural flair, pace and agility. He went on to win 93 caps for France including two Five Nations Championships Grand Slams
He was a very flexible player and although a lock, he was comfortable at flanker, number eight and even on the wing. He was nicknamed the ‘Pinetree’ as he was 6’4’’ tall and 16 stone and he went on to play 133 games for the All Blacks between 1957 and 1971 and scored 27 tries.
Australia’s greatest ever winger and one of the world’s finest backs. In total he went on to win 101 caps for the Wallabies and scored a record 64 tries.
27th Jul 1948 - 5th oct 2010, Irish, he played for Ireland and British & Irish Lions