Liam Williams had a 2018/19 campaign to remember with Saracens and Wales.
The former Scarlets back three was in the form of his life for club and country winning the Grand Slam in the Six Nations, Heineken Champions Cup and Gallagher Premiership.
“Signing for Saracens was the best decision I’ve ever made.”
His rugby career has been quite a journey. Starting out as a youngster at Waunarlwydd RFC, he moved on to play part-time at Llanelli, whilst also concentrating on completing an industrial apprenticeship that saw him work 12-hour shifts working above the blast furnace in Port Talbot’s Margam Steelworks as an apprentice scaffolder.
However, rugby was soon to become his full-time occupation, as he signed his first professional contract with the Scarlets in 2011. He impressed straight away, scoring eight tries in his first 26 outings in his debut year.
Williams made over a century of appearances for the Welsh region with his final contribution helping Scarlets lift the Pro 12 title.
Prior to joining Sarries, the Welshman headed to New Zealand on tour with the British & Irish Lions, featuring in all three Tests.
Sublime under the high ball and a fearless competitor, Williams has 50 international caps for his country and ended his latest campaign at Allianz Park with 11 tries.
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