The Ellis Rugby Iestyn Harris Podcast Episode 4 with Special Guest Iestyn Harris the dual-code Wales Rugby International, former Warrington Wolves, Leeds Rhinos, Bradford Bulls, Wales & Great Britain Rugby League International.

The fourth episode of the Ellis Rugby Podcast. Ellis Rugby Founder Kevin Ellis interviews the outstanding Iestyn Harris.

Iestyn Harris’s Career in Rugby

Iestyn Harris is the first man to play rugby league and international rugby league, then switch to playing rugby union and international rugby union before returning again to rugby league.

Harris was signed by Warrington at 16 and quickly established himself as a rising star. After transferring to Leeds Rhinos for a massive £375,000, he captained them to a Challenge Cup final win, their first major trophy in 30 years.

The new millennium saw Harris named as captain of the Wales national team before he decided to play rugby union with Cardiff in 2001. He became a key player in Steve Hansen’s Wales side and had a prominent role in their strong performance in the 2003 Rugby Union World Cup.

In 2004, Harris returned to rugby league, joining Bradford Bulls amid much controversy. In 2005, the team had a storming end to the season and won the Grand Final against Leeds at Old Trafford.

Our Clothing ranges

We offer a number of shirts inspired by the former heroes of both Rugby Union and Rugby League. These include our Great Britain Rugby League Collection, Wales Rugby Union Collection and our recent Wales Rugby League shirt from the 1975 Rugby League World Cup.

It is a fascinating listen. Iestyn covers his career including the switch to Wales Rugby Union, the 2003 RWC Quarter Final, 1995 Rugby League World Cup, Warrington Wolves, Leeds Rhinos and Bradford Bulls.

He doesn’t shy away from any issues, covers the lows of his career as well as his many highs in the game. Interesting listen for players, coaches and fans of the game

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