The 1990s saw many great centres grace the international rugby stage – Frank Bunce, Jeremy Guscott, Will Carling, Walter Little, Jason Little, Daniel Herbert, Phillippe Sella, Japie Mulder – but the brilliant Queenslander Tim Horan arguably stands above them all.
Predominantly a No.12, Horan boasted the vision and playmaking instincts of a flyhalf, combined with electric footwork and speed off the mark to rival any player in world rugby, while he was a rock-solid defensive presence in the midfield.

Sydney-born but educated at Toowoomba’s Downlands College, Horan made his Test debut against the all-conquering All Blacks at Eden Park in 1989 – less than three months after his 19th birthday.... Read More
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