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In the heartlands of Rugby League, Jamie Peacock is a legend. A product of the Bradford Bulls youth programme, he is considered one of the best players of his generation.

Having made his Super League debut in 1999, Peacock played 207 games for the Bulls, culminating in winning the 2003 Super League Grand Final and being name the season’s Man of Steel.  A subsequent 272 games for Leeds Rhinos have seen him in the top flight for 17 seasons and representing England or the Great Britain team 47 times.

Join us for a conversation with this Rugby icon as we look back at his career and discuss what challenges the future holds.

About The Speaker

Jamie Peacock

James Peacock MBE is an English professional rugby league footballer who played for the Leeds Rhinos and the Bradford Bulls in the Super League, and captained both Great Britain and England at international level. He is one of the most successful players in Super League history, having won a total of nine Super League championships, four Challenge Cup winners medals, been named to the Super League Dream Team on eleven occasions and won the Man of Steel award in 2003.