Rugby Rockstars

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David Campese (Australia)

One of the best wingers and fullbacks ever, he has 101 national caps and was Player of the Tournament at the 1991 World Cup

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Liam Williams
(Wales)

 A cult hero amongst fans, Williams is a highly rated full-back known for his running style, courageous tackling and gutsy play

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Richie McCaw
(New Zealand)

Voted as the player of the year three times, McCaw was also the All-Blacks World Cup-winning captain in 2011 and 2015

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Beauden Barrett
(New Zealand)

A first five-eighth or a fullback, Barrett won the Player of the Year award in 2016 and 2017. He won the 2015 World Cup

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Pieter-Steph du Toit
(South Africa)

Coming from a rugby family Du Toit plays as a lock or flanker. He won the 2019 World Cup and was the 2019 Player of the Year

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Brian O'Driscoll
(Ireland)

One of the best outside-centers in history, O'Driscoll captained Ireland from 2003 to 2012. He is also their most-capped player 

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Mako Vunipola
(England)

Vunipola has 52 national caps since his debut in 2012. Known for his work-rate, he won the England Player of the Year in 2018

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Dan Carter
(New Zealand)

Hailed as the greatest ever first-five eighth, Carter is the highest point-scorer in test match rugby. He won two World Cup titles

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Brodie Retallick
(New Zealand)

Playing as a lock, Retallick became the youngest Player of the Year (2014). He has also won the World Cup in 2015

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Alun Wyn Jones
(Wales)

Currently Welsh captain, Jones is the world's most capped lock forward, and also his country's most capped international player

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