The first player ever to do this was welsh ledgend Jonhathon Davies.
it may have been Jonathan davies in the late 80s.
Are you talking about a player of a certain sports called Sunny? If so I believe you may talking about a rugby player called Sonny Bill Williams: Sonny William 'Sonny Bill' Williams (born 3 August 1985) is a New Zealand rugby union player, heavyweight boxer and former rugby league player. He is only the second person to represent New Zealand in rugby union after first playing for the country in rugby league. In rugby union he usually plays as a centre. He is particularly known in rugby league and rugby union for his ability to offload the ball in the tackle and, in rugby league, for his shoulder charges.
Rugby à treize and rugby à XIII are French equivalents of the English phrase "rugby league." The phrase refers to 13-player rugby league football, with the first example referencing in a word what the second reveals in numbers. The pronunciation will be "ryoog-bee a trehz" in French.
Depending on the code its either Rugby union which is the 15 player game or Rugby League which is the 113 player game
Neil Fox who played for Wakefield Trinity.
It depends, what sort of Rugby do you mean? League or Union?
Rugby League. The Daly M Medal is given to the best player in the National Rugby League of Australia.
He is an Australian professional rugby league player.