Jonathan Agnew

Former Leicestershire and England fast bowler who took 666 first class wickets. He retired from the game in 1990 to become a cricket correspondent for a national newspaper and is now the presenter and lead commentator on BBC Radio’s “Test Match Special” programme. Capable of bowling quickly in … Read More

Kevin Ratcliffe

Ratcliffe joined Everton as an apprentice in 1977 and made his début in 1980 but was not a first team regular until 1982. In 1983 at the age of 23 he was made captain, just as the club began a highly successful spell.  Whilst captain Ratcliffe won the … Read More

Kyran Bracken MBE

Born in November 1971, Bracken was raised in Liverpool and was later educated at St. Edward’s College, Stonyhurst College and Bristol University Kyran has experienced the highs and lows of first class rugby union and has witnessed first-hand the transition to the professional game. During his time at … Read More

Lawrie McMenemy MBE

Lawrie McMenemy started his footballing career with Newcastle United before moving to non-league Gateshead in the late 1950s. An injury ended his career in 1961, but he moved into coaching and spent three years as coach with the club. In 1964 he was appointed manager of Bishop Auckland and transformed them from a struggling side … Read More

Lee Sharpe

One of the biggest names in the British game during the nineties, Lee Sharpe is recognised by many as one of the finest players of his generation. He thrived under the management of Alex Ferguson at Manchester United and kept the likes of Ryan Giggs in the shade … Read More

Martin Bayfield

At 6’10” Martin Bayfield was one of the tallest players in rugby, a gift he used to full advantage as one of England’s most potent forwards. Since retiring, his height has helped win him the part of Robbie Coltrane’s body double as the giant Hagrid in the Harry … Read More

Martin Johnson

Martin Johnson is an impressive motivational, keynote and after dinner speaker.  As a former internationalrugby player and current Manager of England, Martin offers corporate audiences insights into teamwork andleadership. Martin Johnson’s Rugby Career Martin’s career began when he played rugby for the England Under 18’s in 1987. He joined Leicester Tigers’ senior squad in 1989 and in the … Read More

Matt Le Tissier

Matt Le Tissier played youth football on the island and was clearly a class above his team. After a failed trial at Oxford United he signed to Southampton in May 1985. He played his first professional game on 2nd September 1986. From 1986 to retirement in 2002 Matt Le Tissier spent his entire career … Read More

Michael Vaughan

Michael Vaughan is as classy an act as a speaker as he was as an elegant England opener and outstanding Test captain. His golden year was 2002-03 when he established himself as the world’s number one batsman, accumulating 663 runs in the Ashes series. It got even better … Read More

Mike Gatting

For two decades, it was a sight as characteristic of Lord’s as Father Time himself: Mike Gatting, with jutting beard and strutting gait, biffing the ball past extra cover for Middlesex or England. If a spinner was bowling, he probably wouldn’t be on for long: ‘Gatt’ murdered spinners. … Read More

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