Former Wallabies five-eighth and 1999 World Cup leader Stephen Larkham is a latest Australian to be inducted into a World Rugby Hall of Fame.
The 102-Test maestro was partial of 3 Rugby World Cup campaigns, that enclosed feat in 1999 and a detriment to England in a 2003 final in Sydney.
Larkham’s initial dual seasons in Test rugby in 1996-97 were during fullback.
He flourished to an even larger grade after being switched to five-eighth in 1998 and played a immeasurable infancy of his remaining Tests there before bowing out of general rugby in 2007.
Renowned for his fugitive running, Larkham shaped an fast partnership with halfback and Wallabies captain George Gregan, a long-time teammate during a Brumbies.