Jonah Lomu

The late Jonah Lomu was a bona fide global superstar. The New Zealand winger's name can be linked with the term ‘shock and awe’.

Os du Randt

Introducing the South African loosehead prop, who has made one of our ten positional spots for the greatest players

Thierry Dusautoir of France

Thierry Dusautoir won the IRB Player of the Year award in 2011 - the same year as the All Blacks won the World Cup - such was the French openside's…

John Kirwan scoots past a Welsh defender

John Kirwan won the 1987 World Cup with New Zealand. The attacking prowess he showed in that tournament alone, set him up to be one of the greatest wingers of…

Bryan Habana crosses the whitewash

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…

George Gregan of Australia

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 holds aloft the Webb Ellis Cup

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