A quintet of rugby heroes are to be inducted into the Premiership Rugby Hall of Fame next week at a black-tie gala event in central London.
World Cup winners Ben Kay, Jason Robinson and Kyran Bracken are joined by fellow England stars Steve Borthwick and Nick Easter as inductees to the exclusive Premiership Rugby Hall of Fame.
The ceremony takes place at London’s Honourable Artillery Company in seven days’ time as the five legends join the likes of Jonny Wilkinson, Martin Johnson and Lawrence Dallaglio as members.
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Robinson was described by former Sale Sharks team-mate Steve Hanley as “quite simply, the best player to have ever played rugby” after just seven years in union.
The electric winger/full-back scored 33 tries in 112 Premiership Rugby games, captaining Sale to their first-ever Premiership title and two European Challenge Cups.
He is a two-time British & Irish Lion and scored 28 England tries in 51 appearances in addition to lifting the Webb Ellis Trophy alongside Kay.