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Jonathan Davies's rugby career began in Union, where he excelled as fly-half for Neath and Llanelli. He was later appointed captain of the Wales 15. In 1989, Davies made the leap to League, from the "amateur" to the "professional" game, when he signed for Widnes.
Ortis Deley is a British television presenter, radio DJ and actor. As of 2016, he is a presenter on The Gadget Show.
popular Irish TV presenter with numerous credits to his name including Tomorrow's World and the Holiday Programme and ITV rugby shows; excellent corporate host
The distinctive voice of Clive Everton has been heard commentating on snooker for the BBC and other broadcasters since 1978.
Russell has been presenting BBC World Service's Sportsworld for 10 years. An experienced football and sports commentator and reporter, he has anchored the past 3 Olympics, covered major international tennis, golf and cricket.
Andy Goldstein is a very witty and charismatic presenter. Currently he hosts Andy Goldstein's Sports Bar on Talksport and regularly sits in on other shows. He can also currently be heard hosting Drive Time every Friday. Also a highly regarded Sports Presenter on TV.
Former Everton & Scottish Footballer, Andy is a Sky Sports Pundit and now based out of Qatar but has returned to commentate for several games for BT Sport - an after dinner speaker.
Gavin retired from International rugby after the 1995 World Cup in South Africa having played 61 times for his country, 20 of them as Captain. He scored over 700 points in official Test Matches, placing him second behind Australia's Michael Lynagh in the list of all time record point scores.
Emma is the first team manager of Chelsea FC Women and is the only female manager to win the Double - the FAWSL title and FA Cup.
Popular sports presenter – he was a regular on BBC Breakfast and Watchdog, as well as Cash in the Attic. Won Strictly Come Dancing in 2009.
Simon Hughes is known throughout cricket as The Analyst for his unique work on TV, radio and in newspapers explaining the game. He earned the name during Channel Four’s groundbreaking coverage of cricket 1999-2005 and won various awards for this role including Baftas and Royal Television Society Accolades.
Simon Hughes - Cricket's The Analyst
The face of BT Sport having previously presented F1 for the BBC. Very experienced.
John has presented Five Live's coverage of many major sporting events including Wimbledon, the Olympic Games, World Cups (both football and rugby)and the Ryder Cup.
One of Britain’s foremost and highly regarded television presenters and sports broadcasters. From the Olympics, to Golf to Snooker to BBC news. Could do a speech on women in broadcasting/media drawing on her own experiences and career which has resulted in position as one of the BBC’s senior sports anchors.
Experienced radio presenter whose corporate specialities are awards ceremonies and sporting dinners. An MC, compere and interviewer who has worked alongside sporting legends Beckham, Bruno, Flintoff and Sir Alex Ferguson.