A profile of Wallaby great Simon Poidevin, a player whom Grand Slam-winning coach Alan Jones called "without peer in modern rugby"
In the great Welsh fly-half factory of lore, Cliff Morgan is one of the originals and one of the best
Don Clarke was a towering rugby figure of the 1960s. For good reason he was nicknamed 'The Boot'
One of the joys of modern rugby was Christian Cullen in full flight. Has there ever been a better attacking full-back?
Speed, elegance and a killer instinct personified Jeremy Guscott during his stellar career for England and the Lions
Aggressive, fierce and powerful – hooker Bobby Windsor was kingpin during a golden era for Wales and the Lions
Major teams: Ballymena Country: Ireland Test span: 1962-75 Ireland caps: 63 (63 starts) Lions caps: 17 (17 starts) Test points: 7 (2T) Rugby’s Greatest: Willie John McBride Not the least…
'Mighty Mouse' Ian Mclauchlan made a mockery of those who doubted he could mix it with bigger opponents in Test rugby. The Scot is one of the best prop forwards…
Was Jim Telfer better as a player or a coach? The Scot was certainly a master of both
He was nicknamed Straw Man but England's Peter Winterbottom was one player you could never blow down