Willie-John McBride (Getty Images)
Willie John McBride is remembered more for his amazing achievements in the red of the British and Irish Lions than he is for the 63 caps he won for Ireland.
McBride, quite simply, is the face of the Lions, having toured a remarkable five times and having appeared in no fewer than 17 Tests.
The big Ulsterman is widely regarded as one of rugby's great leaders, having led the Lions pack on the victorious 1971 tour of New Zealand before taking the captain's armband for the trip to South Africa three years later, when the Lions went unbeaten.
The stories that surround these trips are legendary and very often involve the mischievous guile and wisdom of McBride.
He was the peacemaker when the Lions squad ran amok in hotels but, on the field, he refused to let his team take a backward step.
Check out this footage of his famous 99 call which showed the Springboks that the Lions were not going to be intimidated.