11. Patrice Lagisguet
To many observers, the man nicknamed the Bayonne Express was the closest thing to a track sprinter ever seen on a rugby field.
He won 46 caps on the wing for France and was also part of their 1987 World Cup side, playing a major part in the amazing try that sent Les Bleus through to the final.
He holds the record for France for tries scored in a single match, with seven plundered against Paraguay in 1988.
14. Philippe Saint-Andre
The diminutive man from Montferrand was a prolific international try-scorer, with 32 tries in his 69 tests.
He maintained his high rate even at the end of his career as a player for Gloucester after a long period of service for Montferrand.
Saint Andre was fast, had an awesome sidestep and played with a fearless commitment well beyond his stature.
He has forged a successful coaching career with Sale, Toulon and now the French national side.