Former Wales captain, who he led a record 28 times, and scored 33 tries in 72 appearances for his country. He toured three times with the British & Irish Lions in 1989, 1993 and 1997, and was a Heineken Cup final winner with Bath in 1998.
Former Ireland captain who won 52 caps and led his country 17 times, Donal Lenihan made three British & Irish Lions tours as a player, in 1983, 1986 and 1989, and was manager of the 2001 tourists. Was also Ireland team manager and is prominent as a respected commentator.
Winning Heineken Cup captain in 1999 and double ERC Elite Award winner with Ulster David Humphreys talks about Ulster's European adventure in the 1998/99 season and how the tournament has become the world's best.
ERC Elite 50 Club Scarlets star Garan Evans has played more 54 Heineken Cup games and including quarter-final and semi-final appearances.. The full back witnessed some of the more bizarre incidents including Tim Stimpson famous kick and a converted drop-goal that bounced off a props shoulder on the way over the bar.
Allan Rolland was there at the start in 1995 as a player for Leinster in the inaugural season and now has close to 50 Heineken Cup games under his belt as an ERC referee. Allan talks to ercrugby.com about some of the standout games that he remembers and the evolution of European Club Rugby.
Double Amlin Challenge Cup winner with Sale Sharks and current Gloucester Head Coach Bryan Redpath, talks about his memories of playing in the early years of European club rugby competition with the Borders and his later European successes.