JJ Williams: the life and times of a rugby legend (hb)
JJ Williams, Peter Jackson Other books by JJ Williams, Peter Jackson
The autobiography of Welsh rugby legend, J. J. Williams. Teacher by profession who had been the schoolboy sprint champion of Great Britain, J.J. wasted no time harnessing that searing pace to his innate footballing skills. It propelled him beyond merely winning Grand Slams for his country to a starring role in the most successful tour ever undertaken by the best of Britain of Ireland.
J.J. is recognised as one of the true legends of Welsh rugby. He's a national treasure who's outspoken, intelligent and recognized everywhere.
The book give a new insight into some of the secrets of Welsh rugby in the 70s, including hypocrisy of the WRU, the Lions tour to South Africa and some of the great Welsh victories.
Includes a chapter on athletics and his son's drugs ban in 2014.
Full of strong views about the crisis of the modern game - an ideal gift for any rugby fan.
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"About time JJ wrote a book. It's been a long wait but definitely worth it. Best rugby book I've red for a while. Shame Wales didn't have a JJ on the wing for the World cup!" - Amazon review