2. Louis Lynagh
Michael Lynagh, the great fly half who guided Australia past England to its maiden Rugby World Cup triumph in 1991, has a very talented son, who is currently on the books of Harlequins.
The 18-year-old son of Wallabies legend Michael is yet to declare his allegiance, but has represented England at age-grade, captaining England U16.
He has since then worn the red rose for the Under 18 and Under 19 national sides but because of world rugby’s eligibility laws, the door hasn’t closed on representing Australia until he plays U20 or senior level for England.
🗣️ “It’s a great feeling to play regularly for Richmond. I’ve learnt a huge amount!”— Richmond Rugby (@RichmondFC1861) February 14, 2020
With 7 tries in 7 games for the First XV we catch up with exciting @Harlequins fullback Louis Lynagh to hear how he’s benefited from his loan experience at the club 🔥#ThisIsRichmond #Nat1 pic.twitter.com/acCjW8fQzN