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Shane Williams

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Shane Williams
Player details
NameShane Williams
Age37
ClubUnassigned
PositionWinger
BornMorriston, Wales
Height1.70m

Wales Squad List

Back :

  • Lloyd Williams
  • Tavis Knoyle
  • Liam Williams
  • Lee Byrne
  • Mike Phillips
  • George North
  • Scott Williams
  • Jonathan Davies
  • James Hook
  • Daniel Biggar
  • Jamie Roberts
  • Eli Walker
  • Alex Cuthbert
  • Leigh Halfpenny

Forward :

  • Andrew Coombs
  • Lou Reed
  • Josh Navidi
  • Toby Faletau
  • Justin Tipuric
  • Andries Pretorius
  • Adam Jones
  • Paul James
  • Gethin Jenkins
  • Ryan Bevington
  • Craig Mitchell
  • Scott Andrews
  • Ryan Jones
  • Josh Turnbull
  • Sam Warburton
  • James King
  • Ian Evans
  • Richard Hibbard
  • Ken Owens
  • Alun-Wyn Jones
  • Aaron Shingler
  • Matthew Rees

Shane Williams NEWS

16th June 2013

British and Irish Lions: Williams shocked by Lions call-up

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.

13th June 2012

Williams to wing it in Japan

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

3rd June 2012

Williams backing Wales

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

28th May 2012

Williams bows out on a high

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

2nd February 2012

Williams to hang up his boots

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

4th December 2011

Evans hails 'greatest day'

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