<strong>'WILL'</strong> - the autobiography of Will Greenwood is out today and available to buy in all good book shops.
In it, the NEC Harlequins and England centre reveals all - from his childhood growing up in his father's shadow to his determination to overcome huge personal loss following the tragic death of his prematurely born son Freddy, and his joy at the birth of his second child Archie earlier this year.
Greenwood gives us an unprecedented insight into what it was like to have been a member of the team that will go down in sporting history; the 2003 England World Cup winning rugby team.
"There are some powerful books out there; some change peoples' lives, some inspire and some simply entertain," said Greenwood. "I'm hoping that mine will do a bit of everything and have an affect on each individual reader."
"My aim in writing the book is not to show off or gloat but to put down on paper the highlights (and lowlights) of my life to date, presenting them in a way that engages the reader. I want to take them behind the scenes of many events that they would have witnessed through the eye of the media or not at all."
"Humour is important to me, so I won't be forgetting to slip in a selection of good stories and anecdotes about friends, family and team-mates. In my mind, a good autobiography shouldn't solely be 'me, me, me' but needs to include and involve the people around me in my life, as they are the ones that shape me and help to determine the way I am."
Harlequins fan Ed Atkin won the Etihad Airways 'Up and Under' competition at the Northampton Saints game. As a result, he and a friend have won a holiday to Abu Dhabi courtesy of Etihad Airways and the Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority.