Lock: Danny Grewcock
Went onto become a World Cup winner before eventually hanging up his boots in 2011. He won 69 caps for his country during a career that has spanned 15 years. He started out with hometown club Coventry before joining Saracens in 1998, with a move to Bath following in 2001. After joining Bath’s backroom staff, he left to become director of sport at Oundle School in Northamptonshire in 2016.
Lock: Garath Archer
He retired in 2004 at 29, because of back injury, and has since taken up rowing. He has had notable success in indoor rowing, winning his age group and coming third overall in 2008, and beating international rowers to win overall in 2009 at the British Indoor Rowing Championships.
Flanker: Ben Sturnham
In 2002 his playing career was ended by a knee injury, winning all three of his England caps on the 1998 Tour of Hell. He is now currently working as a Head Hunter in the London Residential and Commercial property sectors
Flanker: Richard Pool-Jones
This was the back-rowers one and only cap. Spending his career in France, Pool-Jones retiring from rugby, Pool-Jones began a media career in France. He also served as a vice-president at Stade Français, and was credited with helping broker a deal that saved the club from bankruptcy before the 2011–12 season. He was named the new head coach of Stade Français in 2012.
Number 8: Tony Diprose (c)
Diprose won 10 full caps for England and has a reputation for being one of the most talented footballing forwards of his generation. He captained the side during the 1998 tour after Matt Dawson was forced to withdraw due to injury. The number eight retired at the end of the 2005/06 season and joined the coaching staff at Harlequins as the Academy Manager.