An evening of all things rugby with famous father and son
Michael & Louis Lynagh
In conversation with The Times Deputy Rugby Correspondent, Will Kelleher
Thursday 10 November
Hot off the press we are delighted to announce that Old Hamptonian and Harlequins winger Louis Lynagh OH (2019) joins his father, Wallaby legend Michael Lynagh AM, in conversation with The Times Deputy Rugby Correspondent and Hampton alumnus, Will Kelleher OH (2010).
Taking place on Thursday 10 November at 7.30pm, the two rugby greats will be reflecting on life on and off the pitch, and offering their insight into the rugby Autumn Internationals.
Recognised as one of the great fly halves of the game, Michael was an inspirational playmaker and earned 72 Test caps, including 12 as Captain. He was Vice-Captain of Australia’s World Cup-winning side in 1991 and, on retiring in 1995 from international rugby, he was the world points scoring record holder.
Former Hampton Rugby Captain, Louis, joined Harlequins as an Under-13 and enjoyed a breakout season in 2020/21 making 11 appearances and scoring six tries to help Harlequins win the Premiership title and secure himself a long-term contract with Quins.
Louis is an exciting outside back comfortable at 15 or on the wing.
Don’t miss this superb opportunity to hear the father and son rugby duo talk about all things rugby.
Tickets are £10 per person and booking is now open.
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