Bill's International career started in 1975 against Ireland and in all he played for England 34 times.
His first involvement with the British Lions was in 1977 when he was flown out to New Zealand as a replacement.
He played three games but the greatest honour of his career was when he was invited to captain the British Lions in South Africa in 1980.
Sadly a head injury, while playing for Lancashire in the 1982 County Championship final, prematurely ended his career. However he is just as well known these days for his television and media work - Bill was the longest serving team captain on BBC's 'A Question of Sport' with over 300 appearances and has been a studio analyst and expert summariser for the BBC and SKY Sports.
Bill has gone to be the Managing Director of his family textile business (founded in 1888 and been in the family for four generation), and was awarded the Queen's Export Award in 1996. Bill was also awarded the OBE in 1982.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 to look forward to in Rugby with the Six Nations in February shaping up to be the most competitive yet before moving on to the Rugby World Cup in Japan in October and November later in the year.