ONE of England's greatest rugby stars of the early 1970s proved an entertaining guest at Bromyard's presentation evening.

In a relatively barren era for the national side, David Duckham's wing play provided many of the stand-out moments and he was also selected for the winning British Lions tour of New Zealand in 1971.

Duckham entertained young and old alike with tales from his playing era and helped the club raise funds for the RFU Injured Players Foundation.

Two of the club's promising young players, 18-year-olds Bobby Ralph and Toby Rivers, took the chance to get some tips from the top.