Former Rugby player who has gone on to have a multi faceted career taking in roles in Harry Potter and presenting World’s Strongest Man and Crimewatch, as well as Rugby. At 6”10, he certainly has presence, and has become a fixture on the corporate circuit.
Former captain of the British Lions and Question of Sport team captain for 10 years. Also a successful businessmen with a thriving export textiles business for which he has won a Queen's Awards for Export Excellence.
As schoolboy, Phil won 3 Schoolboy International Caps and 4 Youth International Caps. He joined Llanelli RFC in 1967 and played for them for 16 seasons. He was captain for six consecutive seasons during which time the team won the Welsh Cup three times. Phil played 29 times for Wales, winning two Grand Slams and three Triple Crowns. He captained for two seasons (eight games) and won two Triple Crowns and one Grand Slam as captain.
Dewsbury-born Bentley was a key figure in the Lions 2-1 Test success in South Africa in 1997 and is one of the elite body of players to have gained international honours in both Rugby Union and League.
One of the triumphant members of the World Cup winning England team. Since retiring he's taken part in Dancing on Ice and is a regular sports pundit.
Former Australia rugby captain who is widely regarded as the greatest rugby player of his generation. In an international career spanning 16 years, he played more test matches for Australia and scored more tries than any other player in the history of the game.
Led England's revival in the late 1980s to become a world force in Rugby. After being appointed captain of his country in 1988, Will became England's longest-serving and one of the most successful skippers ever.
Currently rugby Attack coach who played a crucial role in winning the 2003 Rugby World Cup. He went on to successfully coach London Irish. He writes for the Sunday Telegraph and is Brand Ambassador for Clydesdale Bank. An inspirational after-dinner and motivational speaker.
A highly popular member of the 1980's English Rugby Team, as a prop forward he played for Bath Rugby Football Club winning a host of medals.
Now retired himself, Lawrence Dallaglio was a key member of the England team that won the 2003 Rugby World Cup and was re-appointed as captain after Martin Johnson retired.
Jonathan Davies's rugby career began in Union, where he excelled as fly-half for Neath and Llanelli. He was later appointed captain of the Wales 15. In 1989, Davies made the leap to League, from the "amateur" to the "professional" game, when he signed for Widnes.
Part of the England squad that took the country to victory in the 2003 World Cup, and now a popular motivational speaker. He is immediately recognizable as team captain on BBC's 'A Question of Sport' as well as a rugby commentator for the BBC and Radio 5 Live.
popular Irish TV presenter with numerous credits to his name including Tomorrow's World and the Holiday Programme and ITV rugby shows; excellent corporate host
Perhaps the greatest scrum-half ever and arguably the finest rugby union player of all time.
Ieuan has made seven appearances for the British Lions and is a member of the elite band of Triple Lions Tourists, touring in Australia 1989, New Zealand 1993 and South Africa 1997, where a groin injury ended his trip prematurely.
Legendary former captain of the Australian rugby union team which won the 1991 World Cup at Twickenham
A genuine sporting great who excelled in rugby league before switching to rugby union. He played a key role as interim England rubgy union coach, refocusing the team in 2012.
Former All Blacks captain whose a highly motivational speaker. He draws on his experiences with the All Blacks, one of the most feared rugby sides in the world famous for their war dance before each match, drawing analogies between business and sport; in particular the turn around of the All Black fortunes under his leadership.
Former Rugby player who was part of the World Cup winning squad in 2003.
Former rugby player and one of the most brilliant talents. A player of astonishing natural gifts. Now a regular rugby pundit for the BBC and programme presenter.
Gavin retired from International rugby after the 1995 World Cup in South Africa having played 61 times for his country, 20 of them as Captain. He scored over 700 points in official Test Matches, placing him second behind Australia's Michael Lynagh in the list of all time record point scores.
Following a successful rugby career, he wowed TV audiences on Strictly Come Dancing. With over 50 international rugby caps and over 200 appearances for Leicester he has become a popular choice on the conference circuit. After retirement from rugby he worked for Credit Suisse.
Richard Hill was part of the England squad for the 2003 Rugby Union World Cup. Appointed England Rugby Senior Team Manager in 2016.
Ed Jackson’s professional rugby career spanned ten years. He played for Bath, Wasps, London Welsh and the Gwent Dragons before suffering a spinal cord injury In April 2017, which left him paralysed. Since then, he has been undergoing intensive rehabilitation and has defied the odds after being told he may never walk again.
He is mostly known for captaining England to victory in the World Cup in 2003. He became the new England team manager in July 1st 2008
Jason Legend - Former England prop and member of the victorious 2003 World Cup winning squad. Brilliant after dinner speaker and raconteur.
Former Head of Rugby at the Welsh Rugby Union and elite sports professional. A popular speaker who also draws on his life experiences from Sandhurst to taking on the challenges of Everest and the North Pole and has 14 yearsâ€™ experience as a management consultant.
Michael Lynagh - Former Australian fly-half now a sports pundit and journalist who is available for corporate events.
Willie John Mcbride - Former Irish Rugby and British Lions captain. Now a popular after dinner speaker.
Willie John McBride
Scottish former rugby player and coach. He played with the British and Irish Lions in 1974 and 1977 and was later their coach. He has been director of rugby for the Scottish RFU and for Wasps and managed the British and Irish Lions tours, restoring national pride in the teams
Former British Lion turned lawyer and commentator. Popular for after dinner for corporate events.
Brian O'Driscoll - Key mid field player in the Irish rugby side
Former Rugby league player, and one of the greatest try scorers of all time. Available for corporate events.
Renowned Welsh Rugby referee who was the first openly gay man to come out in professional Rugby. Nigel is the only person to have refereed 6 European Cup Finals, including 2 consecutive Heineken Cup Finals. A brilliant speaker and host, equally happy as a light hearted after dinner or serious LGBT keynote.
Former South Africa Rugby captain and popular speaker at corporate events. Francois led the victorious Springboks out at the Rugby World Cup in South Africa - the first major post Apartheid event to be held and was dramatised in the film Invicta.
Former England and Lions tight head prop and hilarious after dinner speaker.
Scott Quinnell is a legendary rugby player (union and league) and has represented Wales and the Lions as well as playing for Llanelli. Diagnosed dyslexic in his 30s, he is now a popular speaker on the subject as well as, of course, rugby. Presenter on Sky’s School of Hard Knocks.
Former Scotland Rugby international who was the BBC's main rugby correspondent before retiring in Autumn ‘18. A very popular after dinner speaker.
Gareth Thomas is one of the most iconic former Welsh professional rugby union and rugby league players of his time. His personal life hit the headlines in December 2009 when he revealed his sexuality to the world, making him the only openly gay high profile sportsman in the UK.
David Trick - Former England and Bath rugby player. Now a popular after dinner speaker.
Victor Ubogu - Former England Rugby player. An Oxford graduate, Victor is a popular choice for corporate events.
Rory Underwood - former England rugby player and brother of Tony. Popular after dinner and rugby speaker.
Jonny Wilkinson - Hero of England's 2003 Rugby World Cup winning side.
Sir Clive Woodward OBE, former English Rugby Union player and coach of the England Rugby Union team. He introduced business principles whilst coaching, transforming the traditional practices and making them the winners of the World Cup in 2003. Woodward is a highly sought after speaker on peak performance and team management. 2019 promises to be another exciting year with the Rugby World Cup in Japan in October and November.