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Legend Back inducted into Hall of Fame

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Leicester Tigers legend Neil Back has been inducted into the Premiership Rugby Hall of Fame.

Back was inducted alongside Hugh Vyvyan, Mike Tindall, Mark Cueto and Richard Hill at a glittering event at the Honourable Artillery Company on Thursday evening.
Back won every major honour in a glittering career with Leicester Tigers, England and the British & Irish Lions.
A World Cup winner in 2003, He won 66 caps for England, scored 16 tries and landed a drop goal against Italy in Rome in 2000. 
Back won two European Cups with Tigers, the Courage League in 1995, four successive Premiership titles around the turn of the millennium and two Pilkington Cups.

His tally of 125 tries places him eighth on the club's all-time scoring list and his 75 league tries is a club record.
Back said: “I’m very honoured and privileged to receive this award.
“I was very fortunate to win every trophy I could win. On the field the World Cup was the last piece of the jigsaw, so off the field, having been inducted into the RFU Hall of Fame, this is the last piece of that jigsaw.”
He is the latest Tiger to be inducted following Martin Castrogiovanni, Martin Corry, Austin Healey, Martin Johnson, Richard Cockerill, Pat Howard, Dean Richards, John Wells and Peter Wheeler.