One of England’s greatest ever rugby players Will has enjoyed a fantastic career having been awarded 55 caps and scored 31 tries, the second highest in English rugby history. Will made his Test debut against Australia in November 1997 but had already had the distinction of playing for the Lions as an uncapped player. He went on to enjoy two further Lions’ Tours and was a World Cup winner in 2003.
Will continues to work in the sporting environment where he writes a column for The Telegraph and has also joined the Sky Sports team as one of the regular rugby pundits and commentator. He lives in South West London with his wife Caro and two small children.
“Spinal injury research and surgery is an extremely worthwhile cause and unfortunately one closely associated with rugby and so if I can help in my own small way then I would love to.”