Last seen in Dublin three years ago breaking Leinster hearts in the Pro 12 final, in which he scored a last gasp winning try for Ospreys, Shane Williams was back today to look ahead to the clash between Wales and Ireland in the Six Nations.
Williams was part of the 2009 Welsh team that were beaten by that incredible Ronan O'Gara drop goal which clinched the Grand Slam for Ireland.
Williams admitted to 98FM Sport's Stephen Doyle, the team were desperate to stop Ireland claim the big one that day and although this weekend's game is a penultimate fixture, he feels the 2015 team will want to try and do the same.
Here is the interview in full;
Wales’ all-time leading try-scorer, Shane Williams is an Ambassador for Guinness, Official Beer of the RBS Six Nations and features in the Guinness ‘Made of More’ campaign as an icon of rugby who has triumphed over adversity and overcome the odds through his unwavering spirit and determination.
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