After the signing of Wales centre Scott Williams was confirmed on Wednesday, we’ve taken a quick look at his career in numbers.
The Scarlets man will link up with the Ospreys in the summer ahead of the 2018/19 season after putting pen to paper on a three-year deal. Ahead of his arrival, here’s some key numbers on the man from Newcastle Emlyn….
50 – He completed a half century of international appearances for Wales when he led the team out to face New Zealand at the Principality Stadium on Saturday
11 – The number of tries scored for Wales – the latest of which came against the All Blacks at the weekend
2 – The number of Rugby World Cups he has appeared at, in 2011 and 2015
3 – His first three international tries all came in the same game, his first start and fifth cap, against Namibia in the 2011 RWC
1085 – His WRU player number having made his senior Wales debut against the Baa-Baas in the summer of 2011
75 – The minute of his dramatic late try against England at Twickenham in 2012 to clinch victory as Wales went unbeaten in the Six Nations
1 – The number of Grand Slams he has won (2012) – followed up another Six Nations success the following season when Wales bounced back from defeat to Ireland on the opening weekend to rout England 30-3 in the final game, Williams featuring in all bar the first match
131 – He was the 131st player to captain Wales when named skipper against Ireland in August 2015
123 – The number of games played for his region, the Scarlets, since his debut in 2010 – coincidentally, against the Ospreys
21 – He has scored 21 tries for the Scarlets,
2017 – A Guinness PRO12 winner in May 2017