Dating back to the early 19th century, rugby retains its popularity throughout the United Kingdom and beyond. The sport is held in great esteem by many; seen as a true test of strength and endurance, played by men who smash into each other during the game, only to respectfully embrace at the final whistle.
So, is rugby really the gentlemen’s game that it is so frequently referred to as being? Well, at Prime Performers we have put together some of the best loved rugby legends who are able to give you inside stories on the sport.
From international stars, who have lead their country into battle, to respected coaches and presenters, our selection of rugby stars and experts are sure to liven up any event. If you would like to learn more about what each of our rugby legends has to offer then give us a call and we will be happy to discuss the details with you.
One of the most highly regarded English rugby players in the modern era.
Former Welsh rugby legend.
One of England's greatest ever rugby players Will played for Leicester Tigers and Harlequins and was a member of the 2003 World Cup-winning squad.
Will Greenwood MBE
Lawrence Dallaglio OBE is a one of the world’s greatest ever back row forwards .
Lawrence Dallaglio OBE
Former Captain of Ireland and a highly amusing and entertaining after dinner speaker.
Willie John McBride
BBC Rugby correspondent and probably one of the country's finest and most amusing after-dinner speakers.
Former British Lions captain, Scotland captain and Grand Slam winner, arguably the best full-back of his generation.
Former rugby World Cup hero and winner of Dancing on Ice.
Gareth 'Alfie' Thomas has become one of the most iconic figures in world rugby. He uses his unique situation to captivate audiences with heartfelt corporate talks about his impressive sporting career, as well as …
England and British Lions Rugby International and Broadcaster.
Former rugby union player, who played at prop for Bath and England.
JPR is one of the stars of the golden age of Welsh Rugby in the 1970s.