Derek Quinnell

Derek Quinnell was still uncapped when he made his Barbarians' debut against Fiji in 1970 but he went on to be a triple Lion and play 23 times for Wales in the second and back rows.

As a Barbarian he is remembered for his role in the build-up to Gareth Edwards' famous try against New Zealand in 1973; five years later he captained the Club against another All Blacks' touring side, again in Cardiff. In all he played 10 times for the Club.

In recent years all three of his sons - Scott, Craig and Gavin - have followed in his footsteps and become Barbarians. Derek joined the committee in 2003.