JJ Williams was part of the golden generation of Welsh rugby players in the Seventies, winning four Triple Crowns and two Grand Slams. He also toured with the British & Irish Lions three times, scoring five tries in seven Tests. He also equalled David Duckham’s Lions record of six in a game in South Africa in 1980 against Southern Districts. He scored 12 tries in 30 appearances for Wales. His club career was largely spent at Llanelli. He was also an international athlete, and part of the Welsh sprint relay squad at the 1970 Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh.
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John James Williams (Rugby player) Born in Nantyffyllon on 1 April, 1949