Will Carling led England's revival in the late-1980s to become a world force.
After being appointed captain of his country in 1988, Will became England's longest-serving and most successful skipper ever.
He captained England for 59 Tests, winning 44 of them. His leadership qualities ensured England dominated the Five Nations in the first-half of the 1990s completing Grand Slams in 1990, 1991 and 1995, plus a further Championship with Triple Crown in 1996.
Will led England to the World Cup final in 1991 and the semi-finals four years later. The Harlequins centre was selected for the 1993 Lions tour and played in one Test.
Since retiring, Will has gone on to be a pundit for ITV Sport, including their coverage of the 2003 World Cup and is a popular after dinner and motivational speaker, addressing companies around the country on leadership and team work.
He is married with children, and lives in Hampshire.
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.
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.
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.
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.