4. Tavis Knoyle
The scrum-half was named in the Wales squad to tour New Zealand in summer 2010, making his debut against New Zealand in Dunedin as a second-half replacement aged 20. He went onto win just 11 caps, all in the next year, before retiring aged 28 following a serious knee ligament injury. He’s since opened
5. Olly Barkley
He won 23 caps for England between 2001 and 2008, and such was
6. Steve Hanley
Hanley, aged 20, was one of two Sale players to make their international debut in England’s final match of their 1999 Five Nations campaign along with Barrie-Jon Mather. Although Hanley scored a try, this proved to be his only ever international appearance.