#3. Shane Williams (Wales)
The Wales legend, who scored 22 Six Nations tries, made a return to Welsh rugby in 2017, coming out of retirement to play for his beloved Amman United. The former Wales and British Lions star stunned spectators as he took the field for his home town side in the National League 3 West B match against Burry Port. He then played for them in a final at the Millenium Stadium. He’s since played a further handful of games for the club.
DID YOU KNOW? In 2008, Williams was selected as the World Rugby Player of the Year, then known as the IRB Player of the Year