Cliff Morgan: Cardiff RFC, Bective Rangers, Barbarians, Wales (29 caps) and the British and Irish Lions 1955 tour to South Africa (4 Tests).
Cliff Morgan represented the best in rugby; leadership, strength and speed, grace and control, and a will o' the wisp magic to spot and create the opening. These skills were sometimes compromised by an individuality of movement, the clenched features and pumping arms which signified determination rather than fluency, competitiveness rather than style.
Cliff in his day was undoubtedly the best fly half in the world. He can therefore be compared with the great fly halves of all generations and not lose out in comparison. In 1997 the New Zealand Rugby fraternity institued a Rugby Hall Of Fame and Cliff Morgan was the selection at fly-half.
In later life Cliff extended his rugby talent into broadcasting. He became one of the most respected broadcasters, rising into the highest levels with both the BBC and ITV. His media career ended in 1998 with the demise of one of radio's best loved programmes, Sport on Four, every Saturday morning - a programme that Cliff made his very own.
This DVD records a special night in his life when more than 1,200 guests gathered at the London Hilton to pay tribute to the living legend, and includes heartfelt speeches from former Lions Tony O'Reilly, Willie John McBride and Barry John, as well as action footage from Cliff's outstanding career.