Brian O’Driscoll?... If you don’t know who that is, he is the outside centre for the Ireland rugby union team and also their captain. He was born in January the 21st 1979 and now he is at the age of 34 and still playing professional rugby for his country. O’Driscoll made his International rugby debut for Ireland in 1999 against Australia in Ballymore Stadium in Brisbane.
O’Driscoll is the second most capped player in rugby union history. He has had 128 games for Ireland (83 as captain), and 8 for the British and Irish Lions. He holds the Six Nation record with the most scoring 26 tries. This centre is so stunning that he was chose to be the Player of the tournament for the 2006, 2007 and 2009 Six Nation Championship. The Six Nation comp has the 6 teams. Ireland, France, England, Italy, Wales and Scotland.
Brian O’Driscoll known as the number 1 centre in the world to have ever played the game of rugby union.