Ireland international Tommy Bowe has been talking about the wingers that tested him most on the rugby pitch.
He commented, “I would have to say Sitiveni Sivivatu of New Zealand was always an extremely difficult prospect to come up against.
“Sivivatu had that power but electric feet as well.”
Bowe continues, “At the opposite end of the scale, and size spectrum, is Shane Williams. That is just for his ability to side-step and get around you. He’d kick left and would be gone, either direction.”
The former Ospreys and Lions teammates fought some famous battles over the years, with Bowe famously coming out on top in the Grand Slam-winning game against Wales in 2009.