Ian Smith (New Zealand cricketer)
Ian David Stockley Smith, MBE (born 28 February 1957), is a former cricket player turned sporting commentator. He played as a wicket-keeper for New Zealand throughout the 1980s and part of the 1990s.S...
Ian Robertson (rugby commentator)
Ian Robertson (born 17 January 1945) is a Scottish broadcaster, writer and former international rugby player. He is best known as a rugby union commentator for BBC Radio.
Robertson was educated at...
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Andrew Cotter
Andrew Cotter (born 20 July 1973) is a Scottish sports broadcaster working primarily for the BBC, covering mainly the golf and rugby, but also tennis, athletics and The Boat Race.
Cotter is from T...
Richard Streeton
Richard Marsh Streeton (4 November 1930 - 30 June 2006) was an English sports journalist, concentrating on cricket.Streeton's father was a manager for HMV and the BBC. Streeton was educated at King's...
Denzil Batchelor
Denzil Stanley Batchelor (23 February 1906 – 6 September 1969) was a British journalist, writer, playwright and broadcaster. He reported on cricket and rugby union for several newspapers, including Th...
Alison Mitchell
Alison Mitchell is a freelance English sports broadcaster. She is the first woman to commentate regularly on the BBC's Test Match Special, and she is a reporter and commentator for BBC Radio 5 Live an...
Bleddyn Jones
Bleddyn Jones is a Welsh rugby commentator who works principally for BBC Radio Leicester, commentating on Leicester Tigers matches since 1987. As a player he made 333 appearances for Tigers, mostly a...
Andy Marinos
Andy Marinos is a former rugby footballer who played rugby league and rugby union professionally and represented Wales at rugby union.
Marinos signed for Australian rugby league club the Sydney Bu...
Peter West
Peter Anthony West (12 August 1920, Cranbrook, Kent – 2 September 2003, aged 83, Bath, Somerset) was a BBC presenter and sports commentator best known for his work on the corporation's cricket, ...
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International Rugby Hall of Fame
The International Rugby Hall of Fame (IRHOF) was a hall of fame for rugby union. It was created in 1997 in New Zealand and is run as a charitable trust with an address at Chiswick in London. Most o...
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Martin Bayfield
Martin Christopher Bayfield (born 21 December 1966) is an English former rugby union footballer who played lock forward for Northampton Saints, Bedford Blues and England, gaining 31 England and 3 Lion...
New Zealand Rugby Museum
The New Zealand Rugby Museum, based in Palmerston North, New Zealand, is a museum dedicated to the sport of Rugby union. Founded by John Sinclair and modeled after the Trophy Room in Cardiff Arms Park...
Jim Fleming (rugby union)
Jim Fleming MBE (born 8 July 1951 Edinburgh, United Kingdom) is a retired Scottish Rugby Union Referee who in his career refereed 41 major international matches and was a touch judge in a further 75. ...
John Beattie (rugby union)
John Ross Beattie (born 27 November 1957) is a Scottish former international rugby union player.
North Borneo-born Beattie earned a total of 25 caps playing for Scotland as No. 8, and toured twice...
Phil Jones (journalist)
Phil Jones is an English sports journalist and television reporter.
Jones obtained diplomas with distinction in journalism, law, and public administration from Richmond Journalist College in Sheff...
Jonathan Davies (rugby player born 1962)
Jonathan Davies (born 24 October 1962) is a retired dual-code rugby player, who represented Wales in both rugby union and rugby league. A goal-kicking backline player, he played his club rugby in Wale...
Wilson Whineray
Sir Wilson James Whineray KNZM, OBE (10 July 1935 – 22 October 2012) was a business executive and the longest-serving captain of the All Blacks, New Zealand's national rugby union team. Rugb...
Clive Woodward
Sir Clive Ronald Woodward OBE (born 6 January 1956) is an English former rugby union player and coach. He was coach of the England team from 1997 to 2004, managing them to victory in the 2003 Rugby Wo...
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