Leicester Tigers legend Ben Kay will be one of the inductees into this year’s Premiership Rugby Hall of Fame.
The Premiership Rugby Hall of Fame Dinner next month celebrates 20 years of Premiership rugby when Kay is to be inducted alongside a handful of other players from two decades of top-flight rugby.
Second-rower Kay joined Tigers from Waterloo and made more than 280 appearances for the club, winning every domestic honour as well as lifting the Rugby World Cup in 2003. Awarded an MBE following that global success with England, he is now a media pundit and member of the Tigers board of directors.
To celebrate this event, Tigers will be giving one TigersLotto winner the chance to share in the Hall of Fame Dinner. Our lucky winner will be announced later today.
Previous Tigers inductees to the Hall of Fame include Martin Johnson, Lewis Moody, George Chuter and Neil Back.
The special evening, which takes place on October 12 at the The Honourable Artillery Company in London, also supports Premiership Rugby’s official charities.