Inspiring and supporting young people seriously injured through sport

Dylan was born in Rotorua, New Zealand and moved to the UK where, in 2000 he began playing his club rugby for Crowborough in Sussex. He was soon picked for Sussex and English age group teams. After a spell at Worcester Warriors Dylan moved to Northampton Saints in 2005 and was made the youngest club captain in the Guinness Premiership by coach Jim Mallinder. Despite still being in his mid-twenties, Dylan is very much one of Northampton's senior players and has already passed a century of appearances for them. After playing for England U21 in the 2005 World Cup, Dylan was selected for the Saxons in 2007 and finally awarded an England cap in 2008. Dylan has also now cemented his place in the England team where he has been first choice hooker for a while. During the tour of South Africa in June 2012, Dylan skippered England for the first time in the third and final Test - a 14-all draw at Port Elizabeth.

Jim Hamilton

Jim is a back-to-back winner of the European Trophy and Aviva Premiership winner with Saracens...

Andy Goode

he all-time leading points scorer in the Aviva Premiership enjoyed a career in professional...

Dan Cole

The straight-talking prop for Leicester Tigers has been a big supporter of the Foundation for years …...

Danny Cipriani

Cipriani has been a professional rugby player since 2006 playing in 199 games as a fly-half and full…...