David Duckham

The dashing David Duckham created his own niche in Barbarians' history with five tries in one game against Leicester in 1969 - not a record as Tony O'Reilly scored seven against East Africa in 1958.

Duckham also left an indelible mark with his counter-attacking in broken field against the All Blacks in Cardiff in 1973. Though he didn't touch down in that famous win he did rack up a total of 19 tries in 20 games for the Barbarians and led the side in the record 73-10 victory over Penarth in 1974.

He also played for the Club against a later All Blacks' side in 1974 as well as South Africa, Scotland and Fiji in 1970 and he toured South Africa in 1969.