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
South African second-row Victor Matfield has done much in rugby to grant him the title of one of the greatest
South Africa's Schalk Burger has a fearsome reputation as a hard-hitting tackler, a loyal servant to the Springboks, he is one of the greatest blindsides of all time
South Africa's Joost van der Westhuizen possessed all of the traits that made up a world class scrum-half
New Zealand's Kieran Read is fast becoming the greatest No 8 of all time
One of the greatest second-rows to play the game, we profile the imposing figure of Martin Johnson.
Pound for pound, New Zealand's Dan Carter is thought by many to be the greatest fly-half to have graced the game
Italy's greatest player ever, Sergio Parisse is the second highest cap winner amongst forwards.