Gloucester winger James Simpson-Daniel has been inducted into Premiership Rugby's Hall of Fame.
His was among a list of the biggest names in English club rugby to be honoured in London on Thursday night.
Simpson-Daniel was honoured for his performances during the 2007-08 season.
He was joined on the list by former Gloucester flanker Jake Boer for the 2002-03 season.
And ex-Cherry and White head coach and director of rugby, Dean Ryan, was inducted for the 2007-08 season.
The star names for the Hall of Fame were announced at the Hurlington Club in London.
Thirty-one coaches and players were honoured, celebrating the first 15 years of Premiership Rugby.
The list also included Martin Johnson, Austin Healey and Warren Gatland.
Other inductees with Cherry and White links are Iain Balshaw for the 2000-2001 season when he was full-back at Bath.
Current France coach Philippe Saint-Andre, a former Gloucester director of rugby, was inducted for the 2005-06 season when he won the Premiership with Sale.
The full list of inductees, divided into three time periods, were:
The 1997-2003 era: Andy Robinson (1999-2000), Dean Richards (2000-01), Conor O'Shea/Brendan Venter (2001-02), Warren Gatland (2002-03), Pat Lam (97-98), Martin Johnson (98-99), Austin Healey (1999-2000), Iain Balshaw (2000-01), Jason Robinson (2001-02), Jake Boer (2002-03)
The 2003-2007 era: Simon Shaw (2003-04), Martin Corry (2004-05), Mike Catt (2005-06), Martin Castrogiovanni (2006-07), John Connolly (2003-04), John Wells (2004-05), Philippe Saint-Andre (2005-06), Pat Howard (2006-07)
The 2007-2012 era: James Simpson-Daniel (2007-08), Chris Robshaw (2008-09 and 2011-12), Chris Ashton (2009-10), Tom Wood (2010-11), Dean Ryan (2007-08), Richard Cockerill (2008-09), Andy Key (2009-10), Jim Mallinder (2010-11) and Rob Baxter (2011-12)
The 2013 Inductees: Geordan Murphy (Leicester Tigers), George Chuter (Saracens and Leicester Tigers), Charlie Hodgson (Sale Sharks and Saracens)