Will Greenwood MBE
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Will Greenwood is one of Englandís greatest ever rugby players as well as one of the sportís most engaging, intelligent, outspoken and witty characters. He made his international debut in 1997 and amassed 55 caps scoring 30 tries, the second highest in English history
In the 2003 World Cup he was one of Englandís most consistent performers, scoring 5 tries along the way. His defence in the midfield was unbelievable and his running as sharp as ever, making him the kind of player that amateur players want to play like, and professionals want to play with.
Willís Daily Telegraph newspaper column and his work as a pundit on Sky Sports are always very well received and he has been invited to join the IRBís assessors as Englandís representative for its player-of-the-year award.
Will also does corporate work for HSBC, for whom he used to operate on the trading floor in rugbyís amateur days and his experiences both in the City and on the pitch have enabled audiences to get a fantastic insight to the synergy between top level sport and top level business.
England: 55 Tests-30 Tries
British Lions Tours: South Africa, 1997, Australia, 2001, New Zealand, 2005
2003: Winner of Rugby World Cup
2001: Scored a hat-trick against Wales, Six Nations Championships
1999: Scored tries in each of Englandís World Cup Qualifiers
1997: Debut Test for England v. Australia