Born on the 14th of September 1978, Ben Cohen has excelled in Rugby to the highest level even at a young age. Ben grew up in Northampton, began playing at age 12, and has stayed loyal to his hometown, achieving a place at Northampton Academy. He now plays for Northampton Saints in the Wing.
As the son of George Cohen, a member of the winning 1966 England World Cup football team, Ben was destined for great things. He celebrated his first cap for England against Ireland in the 2000 Six Nations by scoring 2 tries and went on to be joint leading try scorer in that tournament. This achieved Ben "Best Performance by a Newcomer".
Ben became an England regular at 25, with 27 caps and 21 tries in the last 3 years and helped England to glory as a member of the 2003 World Cup winning Squad.