Chester Mornay Williams is a former South African rugby union rugby player. He played as a winger for the Springboks from 1993 to 2000. Williams also played rugby for the Western Province in the Currie Cup from 1990 1998, Chester also played for the Lions from 1999-2001. He played 26 test for South Africa and scored 16 tries. Chester Williams rose to fame during South Africa’s march to the 1995 Rugby World Cup title. A representative of Western Province at Currie Cup level, he made his Test debut against Argentina in 1993, scoring a try. An injury prior to the start of the tournament ruled him out of the World Cup. He returned to the side with four tries against Samoa in the quarter-finals and maintained his place through to their victory in the final against the All Blacks. Chester Williams successfully coached South African Sevens to their first ever sevens tournament win. Chester joined the Hall of Fame as one of our brand ambassadors and will contribute a great deal to the Hall of Fame