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Kick off your event with one of our Rugby speakers

30 January 2012

Kick off your event with one of our Rugby speakers
Now for a bonus from RBS that Parliament approves of. Sponsorship of the 6 Nations, Europe's Premier International Rugby Tournament which kicks off on 4th February.

Parliament can give you a line out from the world of Rugby with some great names of motivational speakers who are also fantastic speakers.

Will Greenwood
Will Greenwood is one of England’s greatest ever rugby players as well as one of the sport’s most engaging, intelligent, outspoken and witty characters. He made his international debut in 1997 and amassed 55 caps scoring 31 tries, the second highest in English history. In the 2003 World Cup he was one of England’s most consistent performers, scoring 5 tries along the way.

Sir Clive Woodward
As the architect of England’s greatest sporting achievement since the 1966 World Cup victory, Clive Woodward's approach to ‘winning’ has captured the imagination of the sporting world. He represented England on twenty-one occasions and toured twice with The British Lions. Retiring after an outstanding international career, he was posted by his company Rank Xerox to Sydney where he became captain of the Manly club. Returning to England five years later with his wife and family, he established his own successful computer leasing company in Maidenhead and began his remarkable career as a rugby coach with the nearby Henley club.

Matt Dawson
Part of the England squad that took the country to victory in the 2003 World Cup, Matt Dawson is an institution in the world of rugby. He is immediately recognisable as team captain on BBC’s ‘A Question of Sport’ as well as a rugby commentator for the BBC and Radio 5Live. With 77 caps under his belt, he is England’s most capped scrum half, captaining the side 9 times.

Kyran Bracken
Kyran Bracken played rugby for England for ten years, making his debut against the All Blacks, when Jamie Joseph famously stood on his ankle. Although plagued with injury, he gained 50 caps - the highlight being his contribution to the World Cup win in 2003.
He played for England Under-16’s, Under-18’s and Under-21’s and Bristol in the 1993 UAU Final before enjoying a fairytale 1993/’94 season.

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