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#8. Peter Winterbottom

Former England flanker known for his physicality, work rate, and defensive prowess. A reliable presence in the back row, Winterbottom played a significant role in England’s success during the 1980s.

#7. Richard Hill

Accomplished English flanker known for his defensive skills, work rate, and tactical awareness. A World Cup winner in 2003, Hill’s contributions to the national team were vital.

#6. Jason Robinson

Former England winger known for his electric pace, agility, and try-scoring ability. A World Cup winner in 2003, Robinson made a seamless transition from rugby league

#5. Sarah Hunter

Resilient English rugby player and former captain of the national women’s team. Hunter, a powerful number eight, showcases exceptional leadership, skill, and versatility on the field. With numerous accolades, including a World Cup triumph, she has been a driving force in women’s rugby, inspiring with her determination, commitment, and consistent performances.

Sarah Hunter of England Women Rugby (Saracens, 8 caps) during the England Women Rugby and USA WomenÕs Rugby at Sandy Park on 3 Sept 2022. Photo: Phil Mingo/PPAUK.

#4. Jason Leonard

Legendary English prop and World Cup winner, Leonard is widely regarded as one of the finest front-row players in rugby history. Renowned for his strength, durability, and scrummaging ability, he earned a record-breaking number of international caps. Leonard’s contributions to the game extend beyond his playing career, as he continues to be an ambassador for rugby and a respected figure in the sport.

#3. Lawrence Dallaglio

Celebrated English back-row forward and influential leader, Dallaglio left an indelible mark on the game. Known for his physicality, skill, and astute game understanding, he played a vital role in England’s 2003 World Cup victory. Dallaglio’s charisma and contributions both on and off the field have cemented his status as one of England’s rugby greats.


#2. Martin Johnson

Revered English lock and esteemed captain, Johnson exemplified leadership and determination throughout his storied career. As the captain of England’s 2003 World Cup-winning team, his indomitable spirit and commanding presence inspired his teammates. A dominant force in the forward pack, Johnson’s legacy extends far beyond his playing days, with his leadership qualities continuing to influence the game.

#1. Jonny Wilkinson

Iconic English fly-half whose precision kicking and composed play defined an era. Renowned for his work ethic, Wilkinson’s relentless pursuit of excellence led to numerous accolades, including a World Cup win in 2003. Beyond his exceptional skills, he remains an inspiration for his humility, dedication, and the impact he had on English rugby.