Currently the Chairman of the Rugby Football Union. Bill has made a name for himself as a great sports leader, captain and rugby legend. Bill was the Grand Slam captain in 1980, he spent 13 years on A Question of Sport, and is one of England’s representatives on the International Rugby Board. In 1982 Bill was awarded an OBE for his contribution to the sport. Unfortunately a head injury, while playing for Lancashire in the 1982 County Championship final, prematurely ended his sporting career. Bill now re-lives his rugby days through his knowledgeable and entertaining after-dinner speaking.