Simon Poidevin and Philip Matthews, 1991

A profile of Wallaby great Simon Poidevin, a player whom Grand Slam-winning coach Alan Jones called "without peer in modern rugby"

Mark Ella of Australia v Combined Services, 1984

Major teams: Randwick, NSW, Milan Country: Australia Test span: 1980-84 Test caps: 25 (25 starts) Test points: 78 (6T, 3C, 8P, 8DG) Rugby’s Greatest: Mark Ella David Campese calls him…

David Campese scores against Ireland

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

John Eales, 2001

John Eales's influence on rugby was so profound in his ten-year Test career that the second-row is widely regarded as Australia's greatest player

George Smith grapples with New Zealand

Eddie Jones calls the Wallaby flanker the greatest player he has coached. George Smith was something special