Phil Bennett

Phil Bennett's Barbarians' career will forever be associated with his 'rabbit in a headlight' twinkle-toed break from the shadow of his own posts that eventually led to Gareth Edwards' famous try against the All Blacks in 1973.

But there was much more to the mercurial fly-half's role within the Club career than that. His 20 appearances places him as the second highest 'Welsh Barbarian' - only fellow Llanelli legend R H Williams, with 22, played more times for the Club.

He also scored 181 points in the black-and-white shirt, toured Canada in 1976, played against Scotland, Fiji, Canada and Australia as well as the All Blacks twice, and, for good measure, captained the Club on 10 occasions.