8. Tim Rodber
The back-rower was selected for the 1997 British Lions tour to South Africa, playing in both the winning Tests. Whilst at Northampton he started in the victorious 2000 Heineken Cup Final as they defeated Munster before retiring in 2001. Rodber went into management after retiring and held executive posts including successful stints as regional COO and CEO of Williams Lea. He worked for Middleton Advisors until mid 2013. In July 2013 he was appointed CEO of global workspace providers, Instant
9. Chris Sheasby
He played No.8 in a rugby career with London Wasps, Harlequins and London Irish, during the course of which he secured seven caps for England. Since retiring, Sheasby has also coached Staines R.F.C., Bracknell R.F.C., most recently acting as player/coach for Marlow Rugby Club.
10. Dave Scully
The scrum-half made over 350 league appearances during his career and is in a small group of players to score 100 league tries. Since retiring, he has become a full-time fire fighter.
11. Michael Dods
The Northampton speedster, who played as a wing and as a fullback, actually went onto represent Scotland following the 1993 triumph, scoring 80 points in his eight caps between 1994 and 1996. He’s now the Senior Sports Marketing Manager at Underarmour.