Legend Series

The game of rugby union is rich in history, and there are many players who have risen to the highest echelons of the sport. We want to remind the rugby community about the greats they remember, and help them find those who remain obscure.

Jean Prat: The First to 50

Jean Prat: The First to 50

Six Nations · Legend Series

The first player to reach 50 caps, as well as earning himself the nickname 'Monsieur Rugby', Jean Prat is arguably one of the greatest players of all time. His arrival onto the international scene was a large part of France's rise from a second rate side to one of the commanding nations on the international stage in the 1950s.

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Carwyn James: The Greatest Coach Wales Never Had

Carwyn James: The Greatest Coach Wales Never Had

British & Irish Lions · Legend Series

Carwyn James was a brilliant polymath; he was an activist, poet and visionary rugby coach, whose brand of creative, attacking rugby marked him out as one of the greatest coaches of all time.

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Alexander Obolensky: England’s Flying Prince

Alexander Obolensky: England’s Flying Prince

Legend Series

Today, there is an ongoing debate over national eligibility, with foreign players seemingly choosing their nationality by the country that adopts them. However, the story is not a new one; this story is about a Russian Prince that gave everything for England.

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David Gallaher: The Detached Wing Forward

David Gallaher: The Detached Wing Forward

Legend Series

In 1905, the All Black legend came into being. At its head was the taciturn David Gallaher, captain and detached wing forward.

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