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Sonny Bill Williams

The impressive Sonny Bill Williams has achieved amazing things in his sporting career: he has been a dual international and national and international champion across different sports including rugby, rugby league and boxing.
 
Now one of the senior members of the All Blacks, Williams first signed with New Zealand Rugby in 2010 after plying his trade in French rugby, and earned his first All Blacks cap later that year. A double RWC winner in 2011 and 2015, he played his 50th Test in the third Bledisloe Cup game in Yokohama last year.
 
In 2016, Williams joined the All Blacks Sevens team and went to Rio for the Olympics. Injury cut his tournament short and prevented him from appearing again for the All Blacks that year.
 
Williams has previously played Investec Super Rugby with the Crusaders and Chiefs and joined the Blues in 2017 where he is a leader in the team.
 
Williams played in Australia’s National Rugby League from 2002-08 and again in 2013-14.
 
Away from rugby, his family-focussed social media posts are hugely popular with fans and he is also heavily involved in charity work.

Player
Position:
Second Five-Eighths
Born:
03/08/1985
Physical:
1.97m, 111kg
Test Debut:
v England 6 Nov 2010
Test Points Breakdown:
11t
Test Points:
55
Caps:
52
Provincial Team:
Counties Manukau
Super Rugby Team:
Blues
Super Rugby Caps:
15

Career Comments

  • Career Highlights:

    2004-2008 - Canterbury Bulldogs, New Zealand (Rugby League)
    2008-2010 - Toulon
    2010 - Canterbury
    2010 - All Blacks squad
    2011 - Crusaders

    2012 - Chiefs
    2014 - All Blacks squad

Test Match record

(+) subsitute(-) replaced

2010
07 Nov v England at London 26-16
14 Nov  v Scotland at Edinburgh 49-3
21 Nov  vs Ireland at Dublin 38-18 (+)
28 Nov  vs Wales at Cardiff 37-25 (-) 

2011
29 July vs South Africa at Wellington 40-7 (-)
6 Aug  v Australia at Auckland 30-14 (+)
21 Aug v South Africa at Port Elizabeth 5-18
9 Sept v Tonga (RWC) at Auckland 41-10
16 Sept v Japan (RWC) at Hamilton 83-7 (+)
24 Sep  v France (RWC) at Auckland 37-17 (+)
2 Oct  v Canada (RWC) at Wellington 79-15
10 Oct  v Argentina (RWC) at Auckland 33-10
16 Oct  v Australia (RWC) at Auckland 20-6 (+)
23 Oct  v France (RWC final) at Auckland 8-7 (+)

2012
9 June v Ireland at Auckland 42-10
16 June v Ireland at Christchurch 22-19
23 June v Ireland at Hamilton 60-0
18 Aug v Australia at Sydney 27-19
25 Aug v Australia at Auckland 22-0

2014
1 Nov v USA at Chicago (-)
8 Nov v England at London 24-21
15 Nov v Scotland at Edinburgh 24-16 (+)
22 Nov v Wales at Cardiff 34-16 (-)

2015
8 July v Samoa at Apia 15-16
17 July v Argentina at Christchurch 39-18
8 August v Australia at Sydney 19-27 (-)
20 Sep vs Argentina at London 26-16 (+)
24 Sep vs Namibia at London 58-14 (-)
2 Oct vs Georgia at Cardiff 43-10
10 Oct vs Tonga at Newcastle upon Tyne 47-9 (+)
17 Oct vs France at Cardiff 62-13 (+)
24 Oct vs South Africa at London 20-18 (+)
31 Oct vs Australia at London 34-17 (+)

2017
16 Jun v Samoa at Auckland 78-0
23 Jun v British & Irish Lions at Auckland 30-15
1 Jul v British & Irish Lions at Wellington 21-24
19 August v Australia at Sydney 54-34
26 August v Australia at Dunedin 35-29 (-)
9 September v Argentina at New Plymouth 39-22 (-)
16 September v South Africa at Albany 57-0 (-)
1 October v Argentina at Buenos Aires 36-10 (-)
8 October v South Africa 25-24 (-)
21 October v Australia at Brisbane 18-23
11 November v France at Paris 38-18
18 November v Scotland 22-17 (-)
25 November v Wales at Cardiff 33-18

2018
23 Jun v France at Dunedin 49-14 (-)
30 Sep v Argentina at Buenos Aires 35 - 17 (-)
6 Oct v South Africa at Pretoria 32 - 30 (-)
27 Oct v Australia at Yokohama 37-20 (-)
10 Nov v England at Twickenham 16 - 15 (-)

2019
27 Jul v South Africa 16-16 (-)