8. Kevin Sorrell (Saracens) – 199
Sorrell retired from professional rugby at the end of the 2009/10 season and took up a role on the club’s coaching staff after a career that saw him make 303 appearances for the club.
After two years working with the Saracens Academy, Sorrell was promoted to first team back coach at the start of the 2012/13 season.
Sorrell joined Saracens in 1995 and was one of the club’s most consistent performers for more than a decade.
7. Nick Wood (Gloucester) – 200
Gloucester legend Wood spent his entire career at Kingsholm in a career that spanned 15 years between 20031 and 2016.
Wood represented England at under-21 level and Saxons level and was called into the full England squad party to tour South Africa in 2008 but was then injured.
He was also named in England’s squad for matches against the Barbarians and Argentina in 2009, but did not play.
5. David Seymour (Saracens, Sale Sharks) – 213
The flanker retired from rugby union in February of this year, ending a 15-year career in the sport.
The 33-year-old open-side flanker joined the Sharks in 2009 from Saracens and went on to make almost 200 appearances for the club, establishing himself as one of Aviva Premiership Rugby’s most consistent performers.
Formerly an England Under-21 international, Seymour helped England to a silver medal in rugby sevens at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne.