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RWC Celebrities on Tour

RWC 2023 on tour celebrities

Joining Living With The Lions Sports Travel at Rugby World Cup 2023:

Brian Moore, John Bentley, Rob Jones and Will Greenwood, with more to follow. Rub shoulders with rugby legends,  and create lifelong memories. 

Living With The Lions Sports Travel goes above and beyond to create an extraordinary experience for our guests. Enjoy exclusive access to pre-match events, where you can mingle with the rugby elite, participate in Q&A sessions, and even enjoy some friendly banter.

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Will Greenwood MBE

With 55 caps for England, he completed 3 Lions tours and was part of the ‘97 British & Irish Lions winning team.

As a member of England’s victorious 2003 World Cup team we can’t wait to hear about his RWC experience and his views on the 2023 tournament.


Rob Jones MBE

As well as 54 caps for Wales, he was part of the victorious British and Irish Lions tour to Australia in 1989.

Jones retired from international rugby after the 1995 World Cup in South Africa, and now features regularly on TV as a pundit and commentator.

We look forward to hearing his views and insight with us on tour at RWC 23!


John Bentley

An ex-GB Rugby League star, Bentos switched codes to become a key member of the ’97 British & Irish Lions winning team in South Africa.

Since retirement he has joined LWTL on a number of tours where he brings his exclusive brand of energy, experience and fun and we look forward to seeing him in France this year.

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Brian Moore

With 64 caps for England, he won 3 Grand Slams and played at the first 3 Rugby World Cups, including the final in ‘91.

Brian played 5 tests for the British & Irish Lions across 2 tours including the victorious series in Australia in ‘89.

We look forward to hearing Brian’s RWC insight and outspoken views on tour!


Henry Pyrgos

Turned Pro in 2010 and played for Glasgow Warriors for 8 years, which included winning the Pro12 Title in 2015.

He left Glasgow for Edinburgh in 2018 where he spent 5 seasons and retired in 2023. He has 28 caps and has captained Scotland on 5 occasions.

He is one of the only Scottish players to captain Glasgow, Edinburgh and Scotland!

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