Let's not forget other key players
WE have been inundated over the last few days with tributes from all quarters to the rugby career of Brian O'Driscoll.
O'Driscoll is well-deserving of those tributes. Perhaps his most famous game for Ireland was against France on March 19, 2000, when he scored three tries in a 27-25 victory.
What is always forgotten is that Ulster's David Humphreys scored the winning penalty in the 78th minute. Yet Humphreys rarely gets credit for a great kick under even greater pressure.