Shane Williams

Lions scrum-half Ben Youngs excited to team up with Shane Williams against Brumbies
Monday 17th June 09:20

British and Irish Lions scrum-half Ben Youngs could barely contain his excitement at the prospect of lining up alongside Shane Williams in Tuesday's game with the Brumbies.

British and Irish Lions: Williams shocked by Lions call-up
Sunday 16th June 08:44

Shane Williams admits he was as shocked as anyone after being called up by the British and Irish Lions for their final warm-up game ahead of the first Test with Australia on Saturday.

Williams to wing it in Japan
Wednesday 13th June 10:31

Shane Williams will prolong his playing career in Japan after putting pen-to-paper on a one-year deal with Mitsubishi Dynaboars.

Williams backing Wales
Sunday 3rd June 14:03

Shane Williams sees no reason why Wales cannot claim at least one Test match victory during their tour of Australia.

Williams bows out on a high
Monday 28th May 07:26

Winger Shane Williams was delighted to retire on a high after helping Ospreys to a 31-30 victory over Leinster to clinch the title.

Williams to hang up his boots
Thursday 2nd February 18:29

The Ospreys have announced that Shane Williams will retire in May and take up an ambassadorial role with the Welsh region.

Evans hails 'greatest day'
Sunday 4th December 14:17

Ian Evans described his return to Wales colours against Australia as 'the greatest day of my life' after three years of injury hell.

Howley hails 'priceless asset'
Friday 2nd December 14:58

Assistant coach Rob Howley says Wales will be losing a "priceless asset" in Shane Williams.

Thomas: Williams made it big
Tuesday 29th November 15:17

Gareth Thomas paid tribute to Shane Williams ahead of the winger's international swansong against Australia.

Wing Wizard
Tuesday 29th November 13:03

A look back at Wales winger Shane Williams' glittering international career.

Last hurrah for Williams
Wednesday 16th November 16:50

Wales wing Shane Williams will end his Test career against Australia on December 3.

Williams gearing up for farewell
Tuesday 18th October 22:56

Shane Williams looks likely to bow out of Test rugby in early December when Wales tackle Australia at the Millennium Stadium.

Williams: France deserved it
Saturday 15th October 12:11

Shane Williams accepted Wales had been beaten by the better side after France prevailed 9-8.

Williams wary of Fiji
Thursday 29th September 22:45

Shane Williams has called for a "big performance" as Wales attempt to reach the World Cup quarter-finals.

Williams could face Fiji
Wednesday 28th September 12:30

Shane Williams could return to the Wales side for their final World Cup Pool D clash against Fiji on Sunday.

Williams: We must look forward
Thursday 8th September 16:02

Shane Williams has urged Wales not to dwell on their poor World Cup campaign of 2007 as they look to upset South Africa.

Williams staying in Wales
Friday 22nd April 16:28

Shane Williams, who had been linked with a move to French club rugby, has signed a new contract with the Ospreys.

Injury woe for Williams
Tuesday 15th March 18:25

Wales wing Shane Williams will miss the RBS Six Nations clash with France on Saturday after damaging knee ligaments.

O'Driscoll wary of Roberts
Thursday 10th March 08:00

Brian O'Driscoll has admitted his Lions team-mate Jamie Roberts will be a "big threat" when Ireland take on Wales on Saturday.

Williams - Wales can win it
Friday 25th February 17:19

Shane Williams insists that Wales are still capable of winning this year's RBS Six Nations despite their recent run of poor form.

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