Aaron Joseph Douglas Mauger (last name pronounced "Major"; born 29 November 1980 in Christchurch) is a rugby union footballer who plays at first five-eighths and second five-eighths for Canterbury ( National Provincial Championship), the Crusaders ( Super 12) and the New Zealand All Blacks. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aaron Mauger"
Andrew Philip Mehrtens (born 28 April 1973 in Durban, South Africa) is a New Zealand rugby union footballer who has been one of the top fly-halves (or first five-eighths) in the world since the advent of the sport's professional era in the mid- 1990s. He now plays in England for Harlequins, newly relegated from the Guinness Premiership to National Division One but now a strong favourite to be promoted back at the first opportunity. ...more on Wikipedia about "Andrew Mehrtens"
Barry John (born 6 January 1945 in Cefneithin, Wales) is a Welsh rugby union footballer, considered by many to be the greatest fly-half in the sport's history. In a relatively short career, he took the fly-half game to a new peak and in the process became known simply as "the King". ...more on Wikipedia about "Barry John"
Brendan James Laney, (born 16 November 1973 in Invercargill) is a professional Scottish rugby union player. Nicknamed "Chainsaw" for the way he cuts through defences, he is a useful goal kicker. He hails from Southland, New Zealand. He began his professional rugby career at full back for the Otago Highlanders in the Super 12. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brendan Laney"
Brent Russell (born 5 March 1980 in Port Elizabeth) is a South African rugby player. He is a "utility back", capable of playing fullback, fly-half or wing, who plays for the Natal Sharks in the Currie Cup, the Sharks in Super 14, and the Springboks internationally. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brent Russell"
Carlos James Spencer (born 14 October 1975 in Levin) is a New Zealand rugby union footballer who plays at fly-half for the Northampton Saints in England and formerly for the New Zealand All Blacks. Spencer is 1.84m tall and weighs 95kg. ...more on Wikipedia about "Carlos Spencer"
Carwyn James ( 1929– 1983) is a former Welsh rugby union footballer. He won two Welsh international caps but is most famous for his coaching achievements for both Llanelli and the British and Irish Lions. ...more on Wikipedia about "Carwyn James"
Ceri Sweeney (born 21 January 1980 in Glyncoch) is a rugby union footballer who plays at fly-half for Newport Gwent Dragons and Wales. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ceri Sweeney"
Charles Christopher Hodgson (born 12 November 1980 in Halifax) is a current England and Sale fly-half. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charlie Hodgson"
Chris "Mossy" Paterson (born March 30 1978 in Edinburgh) is a Scottish rugby union footballer. He is a fullback or wing or fly-half who plays for Edinburgh and Scotland. On November 13, 2004 in the Scotland v Japan game his total points scored exceeded that of Andy Irvine, and is now second only to the legendary Gavin Hastings. Paterson is an excellent kicker. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chris Paterson"
Cliff Morgan (born 7 April 1930 at Trebanog, Rhondda) is a former Welsh rugby union player who played for Cardiff RFC and earned 29 caps for Wales between 1951 and 1958. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cliff Morgan"
Craig Minto Chalmers (born October 15, 1968) is a former Scottish rugby union footballer for Melrose. The fly-half represented Scotland and the British Lions on international level. He was capped 60 times for Scotland. He finished his playing career in March 2005 as captain and player-coach with Melrose. ...more on Wikipedia about "Craig Chalmers"
Daniel Arthur Parks (born May 26 1978 in Hornsby, New South Wales) is a Scottish rugby union footballer. He plays professional rugby for Glasgow Rugby and represents Scotland at fly-half. He is an accurate kicker of a rugby ball on the training field but less impressive as a rugby player on the pitch. He has been the first choice fly-half of Matt Williams for most of his reign as Scotland's head coach. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dan Parks"
Daniel William Carter (born 5 March 1982 in Leeston, Christchurch, New Zealand) is a New Zealand rugby union footballer. Daniel attended Christchurch Boys High School, where he played for Christchurch High School Old Boys in their Christchurch premier competition, from which he made his leap into test rugby. He currently plays first five-eighths ( fly-half) and second five-eighths ( inside centre). Although he has been an All Black since 2003 he only secured a permanent position as the first five-eighth in the team during the 2004 tour to The United Kingdom and France. He had been playing as a second five-eighths up until the end of the 2004 Tri Nations Series. ...more on Wikipedia about "Daniel Carter (rugby player)"
David Humphreys MBE (born 10 September 1971 in Belfast, Northern Ireland) is an Irish rugby union footballer who plays fly-half. ...more on Wikipedia about "David Humphreys (rugby player)"
Earl Va'a (born May 13, 1976) is a Samoan rugby union footballer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Earl Va'a"
Elton Flatley is an Australian rugby union footballer. He is a versatile player to have in the Wallabies. At his best playing fly-half, Flatley is cool and precise kicking out of hand and often is able to dictate the game by kicking tactically or throwing simple passes in order to retain possesion. With a World Class fly half like Stephen Larkham in the Australian team he has mostly had to play at inside centre. Indeed the 2003 Rugby World Cup was a game he played there and he looked as comfortable and composed as ever. The biggest test was his goal-kicking which under high pressure was key in keeping Australia in the game until the very end. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elton Flatley"
Felipe Contepomi (b. August 20 1977 in Buenos Aires) is an Argentine rugby union footballer. He plays as a fly-half / centre for Leinster Rugby in Ireland, previously for Bristol Shoguns in England. ...more on Wikipedia about "Felipe Contepomi"
Frédéric Michalak (born 16 October 1982 in Toulouse) is a French rugby union player who plays for his hometown team, Stade Toulousain. He originally played scrum half, but has recently played mainly at fly-half. ...more on Wikipedia about "Frédéric Michalak"
Gareth Rees (born 30 June 1967) is a former Canadian international rugby union footballer who played fly-half or full back. He was a noted goal kicker. During his international career, he played for Canada 55 times, captaining them on 23 occasions and scoring 487 test points. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gareth Rees"
Gordon Ross (born 8 March 1978) is a Scottish rugby union footballer who plays fly-half for Leeds Tykes and Scotland. His international appearances have been few and far between, playing understudy to Dan Parks. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gordon Ross"
Grant James Fox (born 6 June 1962 in New Plymouth) is a New Zealand rugby union player, who was captain of the All Blacks. He attended Auckland Grammar school. ...more on Wikipedia about "Grant Fox"
Gregor Peter John Townsend MBE (born 26th April 1973 in Galashiels) is a professional rugby union player and coach at The Borders Rugby Club, he has played at fly-half, full back and latterly centre. He has represented both Scotland and the British and Irish Lions. A world-class player, though not without flaws. Often described as mercurial, his play was touched by genius on a good day and dreadful on a bad one. Observers say that he needs strong and thoughtful support to flourish. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gregor Townsend"
Hendrik Egnatius Botha (commonly known as Naas Botha) ( 27 February 1958 - ) is a former Northern Transvaal and Springboks Rugby Union player. Botha mostly played in the flyhalf position and is now a rugby commentator for the South African M-Net and Supersport TV channels. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hendrik Egnatius Botha"
Hugo Porta (born 11 September 1951) is a former Argentine rugby union footballer who played fly-half. He played 57 times for Los Pumas, captaining them on 34 occasions. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hugo Porta"
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