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Kyran Bracken has experienced the highs and lows of first class rugby union and witnessed first-hand the transition from amateur to professional game. During his time at Bristol Kyran continued to have a successful career in law until the advent of professionalism in 1996 and his transfer to Saracens. During his time on the field, Kyran could pass accurately off both hands, was a strong defender, kicked well and always posed an attacking threat with great speed from a standing start.
He battled back from a career threatening back injury to regain his captaincy and scrum half position at Saracens. He went on to win a place in Clive Woodward’s triumphant 2003 England World Cup squad, making 4 appearances including winning his 50th Cap against Wales in the quarter-final.
Kyran’s contribution to English rugby has been immense over his career, celebrating his testimonial year with Saracens in 2004/2005. Since then he has been carrying out more commercial engagements.
In 2007 Kyran starred in and won ITV1’s Dancing On Ice. In the semi-final he received the highest score in the history of the show to date (29.5 from a possible 30). He won the final with a performance which included the required element of “flying” on wires and a final performance of Bolero. He also went on to win the special edition of Dancing On Ice ‘The Champion of Champions’, having repeated his record 29.5 point score.
Bristol RFU 1992-96
1992-93 Northern Division (tours of Zimbabwe, Namibia)
Saracens RFU 1996-2005
90 Appearances 10 Tries
3 Tries 51 Caps
England A (1994)
England Under 21
England Schools 16 Group (1988-1990 as captain)
British and Irish Lions
South Africa (1997)
South West Division Championship (1993)
Tetley Bitter Cup (1998)
IRB Rugby World Cup (2003)
Awarded MBE in New Year’s Honours List (2004)
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