LIST: 5 rugby legends' sons who want to play for other countries | Ruck

LIST: 5 rugby legends’ sons who want to play for other countries

Jack Cornelsen’s father Greg made rugby history for the Wallabies but, as he prepares for a fourth season in Japan, the 26-year-old forward is eyeing a Test jersey of a different colour.

Here, we look at five sons who want to or have represented different countries to their famous Dads.

Jason Robinson & Lewis Tierney (England and Scotland)

Playing as a wing or fullback, Robinson won 51 rugby union international caps for England and is the first black man to captain the England team. In 2012, his eldest son Lewis Tierney, who plays as a full back, signed a two-year deal with Wigan Warriors at age 18, but has won seven caps for Scotland to date.

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