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Ben Kay Ben Kay played nearly 300 games for Leicester in the second-row and represented England on 62 occasions, winning the World Cup in 2003 and appearing in the 2007 Final. He was a tourist on the 2005 Lions tour, and since retiring he has forged a successful career as a commentator. He also runs an advertising agency, Pablo and until recently sat on the board of directors at Leicester Tigers.

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Ben Kay: 'Any lesser player may have been written off by now, but not Manu'

The England World Cup winner faced Wales on six occasions but he knows Wales have the wherewithal to unsettle an England team who …

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Ben Kay: "I'd take Ford, Farrell and Smith to the World Cup"

Eddie Jones takes plenty of flak, especially about selection, but he still has it in his gift to draw the in-form George Ford back…

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World 12s challenges the status quo

A shock new rugby format has divided fans on launch but what is the rationale behind the announcement?

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How rugby is addressing the tackle height

The England World Cup winner believes great strides have been made in making tackles safer but there is more to do