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FAO STEWART HUNTER, DAILY MAIL SPORTS PICTURE DESK<br />
Pictured: Shane Williams and other rugby related memorabilia in the Amman United RFC clubhouse in Cwmamman, Wales, UK. Thursday 13 April 2017<br />
Re: Former Wales international rugby player Shane Williams is to make another comeback as part of the Amman United team that contests a final at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Saturday.<br />
40 year old Williams, Wales' record try scorer has been named in his local village side that will take on Caerphilly in the National Bowl final, having recovered from a fractured jaw in the semi-final win against Cardigan after almost five years since Williams last played for the Barbarians against Wales.<br />
He retired from the Test scene after a defeat to Australia in 2011, immediately after Wales had reached the semi-final of the World Cup of that year.
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FAO STEWART HUNTER, DAILY MAIL SPORTS PICTURE DESK
Pictured: Shane Williams and other rugby related memorabilia in the Amman United RFC clubhouse in Cwmamman, Wales, UK. Thursday 13 April 2017
Re: Former Wales international rugby player Shane Williams is to make another comeback as part of the Amman United team that contests a final at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Saturday.
40 year old Williams, Wales' record try scorer has been named in his local village side that...
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