James Hook

James Hook PAS Ambassador

Ospreys, Wales and British and Irish Lions

James Hook (born 27 June 1985) is a Wales international rugby union player for Gloicester. Hook’s strengths as a player include good distribution skills, great tactical awareness, and reliable goal kicking, but his popularity in Wales is largely also due to his exciting running style, which is a traditional facet of Welsh fly-half play. This has led to comparisons with New Zealand star Dan Carter and legendary countryman Barry John, who himself hailed Hook as “a real star of the future”. Hook is Wales third highest all-time points scorer behind Neil Jenkins and Stephen Jones.

Profession

  • Professional Rugby Player
  • Height 1.83m
  • Weight 93kg
  • D.O.B – 27/06/1985

Achievements

  • Wales, British & Irish Lions