Richard Moon, head of employment law at Leamington solicitors Blythe Liggins and a former international rugby scrum half, has again been honoured by his fellow members of the Rugby Football Union Distinguished Members Association.
Mr Moon, who played for Cambridge University, England, Harlequins and the Barbarians, was re-elected secretary of the RFU’s Distinguished Members Association at the AGM and annual dinner in London this month.
The association is an elite band of former RFU presidents, international players and such rugby luminaries as Sir Clive Woodward, who are nominated for outstanding service to the sport.
Mr Moon, who once served on the RFU Council and is a rugby commentator and summariser for BBC radio, said: “This is a great honour for me. There are only about 50 members of the Association so to be invited to become their secretary for the third and final year is a wonderful accolade.”