Some of the greatest names in rugby are available to give entertaining speeches about the world of rugby and the antics on and off the pitch.
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Will Greenwood MBE
Will Greenwood is one of England’s greatest ever rugby players as well as one of the sport’s most engaging, intelligent and witty characters.
Austin Healey is a former Leicester & England Rugby player straight out of the Phil Tufnell mould of ‘cheeky chappy’ sportsman.
Brian Ashton MBE
One of the UK’s most experienced professional Rugby coaches. His challenging approach to management, leadership and high level performance has as much resonance in the world of business as it does on the training pitch.
John Taylor played 26 times for Wales during their ‘golden era’ between 1967 and 1974 missing just seven matches over that period - four of them because he refused to play against South Africa. He also went on two Lions tours in 1968 and 1971 playing in all four Tests in ’71 when the Lions beat New Zealand in a series for the only time in the 20th century.
One of the victorious 2003 Rugby World Cup squad, Matt is also immediately recognised for his stirling efforts on the BBCs 2006 Strictly Come Dancing and as one of the team captains of A Question of Sport.
Former England and British Lions Rugby forward, Martin Bayfield commentates for both the BBC and ITVs Rugby coverage as well as presenting Crimewatch and Channel Fives American Football. He is a fantastic after dinner speaker who at 610 is quite a presence.