Ugo Monye is a former rugby union player and broadcaster.
A former student at Lord Wandsworth College, Monye played for Hampshire U17s and U20s.
After a few games with the Harlequins U19 coach, the club offered Ugo a professional contract.
Ugo made his first appearance for Harlequins against the Glasgow Warriors in 2002.
Ugo Monye was a key member of the England Sevens squad throughout the 2002-2003 and 2003-2004 IRB World Sevens Series.
He was also part of the team that competed in the 2005 Rugby World Cup Sevens in Hong Kong, making it to the semi-finals.
Monye was also a member of the England Saxons side that won the Churchill Cup in 2005 and 2008.
In 2008, Monye was selected to play for England.
He scored his first try for England against Scotland at Twickenham in the 2009 Six Nations Tournament.
In 2009, Ugo was selected for the British & Irish Lions Tour, becoming the highest try scorer of the tournament.
Monye announced his retirement from the sport in 2015.
Throughout Ugo Monye’s career, he won 14 caps for England and made 241 appearances for Harlequins.
Since retiring from the field, Ugo has worked for both BT Sport and Sky Sports as a commentator, pundit and analyst across Aviva, Top 14, International matches and the Rugby World Cup.