6 of the best dressed Rugby World Cup stars - Past and Present

September 20, 2015

With the Rugby World Cup now in full swing, we thought this would be a great time to bring to you our best dressed Rugby World Cup stars past and present. Rugby is known as the ruffian's game played by gentlemen, and judging by the style of these gents, that could well be true. So here's our top 6..

Lawrence Dallaglio

The England rugby legend was a key member of the 2003 World Cup winning team, and the only player to play every minute of the campaign. But, he's not as well known for his style, we're not sure why with efforts like this.

 

Dan Carter

The highest points scorer in test match rugby, and arguably one of the greatest fly half's to grace the game. Dan Carter will be hoping to add to his 2011 World Cup win, going into this tournament as favourites with New Zealand.

 

Jonah Lomu

We all know about New Zealand as a force in rugby, but lesser known about is their players style, and here's another one in rugby legend Jonah Lomu. The Rugby World Cup's all time highest try scorer, and one of rugby's biggest celebrities, Jonah Lomu never actually lifted a Rugby World Cup.

 

Chris Robshaw

The England rugby captain will be hoping he can follow in the footsteps of Martin Johnson at the 2003 World Cup, and lead England to victory. Can he do it? We'd certainly follow him into battle with style like this.

 

Sebastien Chabal

Once called the David Beckham of French rugby, Chabal gives Becks a run for his money in the style stakes. Known as "The Caveman" for his beard and long hair, Chabal's best finish at The Rugby World Cup was fourth place in 2007, with a semi final defeat to England.

 

Quade Cooper

The rugby player and boxer, will be hoping he can help Australia to glory at this year's World Cup. He started every game of the 2011 World Cup at fly-half, although he is best remembered for his well documented poor game in the Wallabies semi final defeat to New Zealand.

 

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