Wales

Martyn
Williams

"TIME OUT MADE ME REALISE YOU'RE A LONG TIME RETIRED."

Caps for Wales

0

Date Capped

02.06.2012

Nation

Wales

Position

Openside Flanker (7)

100 Test Cap Stadium

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales

Against

Barbarians

Martyn Williams

The most-capped Welsh back row player of all time, Martin Williams made his debut for the Dragons in the 1998 Five Nations Championship.
Williams played a prominent part in Wales’ Grand Slam in 2005, scoring two tries early on in the second half against France, when Wales looked to be heading to defeat. The performance led to him being named RBS Six Nations player of the Championship. He currently holds the Welsh record for the most appearances in the Five and Six Nations Championships.
It was in 2012, Williams then attained his 100th cap before retiring as Wales’ most-capped forward.