Jack Kyle

Jack Kyle is one of the all-time greats of Irish and British rugby. A member of Ireland's Grand Slam team at the age of 22 in 1948, he played six tests for the Lions against Australia and New Zealand in 1950 and set a new Ireland caps' record of 46 before he retired in 1958. At his peak he was widely regarded as the best fly-half in the world.

For the Barbarians he went on three Easter tours and played eight times in all and led the side against Swansea in 1949 and East Midlands in 1953.