With 64 tries in 101 Tests, David Campese was for years the record try-scorer among the leading nations. But mere stats can't do justice to this coruscating Australian talent
South Africa winger Bryan Habana was the first Bok to dot down 50 times in Test rugby, one record of many, that thrusts him into the bracket of greatest wingers…
Rupeni Caucaunibuca's name is synonymous with speed, power and aggression.
French full-back Serge Blanco holds the French national record for most tries, he is a legend in Biarritz, and his name is synonymous with great
Tim Horan is quite possibly the greatest centre of all time
French centre Phillipe Sella was the first rugby player to reach 100 Test caps. But it's what he done in those 100 Tests that makes him one of the all
George Gregan is viewed as a rugby god in Australia. The talismanic scrum-half bagged 139 Test caps, a feat that cements him as one of the greatest players ever.
David Kirk will always be remembered as one of the greatest scrum-halves ever. The New Zealander held aloft the first World Cup in 1987
Australia's cerebral scrum-half, Nick Farr-Jones, is considered by many as one of the greats of our game
With a win rate of 82%, it's no surprise that New Zealand's Sean Fitzpatrick, is considered one of the greatest hookers of all time