Interview - Jim Mills
Jim Mills played for Cardiff Schoolboys and Cardiff Youth before making his 1st team debut in 1963. He scored two tries in 16 appearances and also gained an Athletic XV cap in the 1963/64 season. In 1965 he moved to rugby league where he had a great career. Between 1965 and 1980 he played almost 350 games for Halifax, Salford, Bradford Northern, North Sydney, Widnes and Workington Town as well as 24 games for Great Britain and Wales. Over half his games were for Widnes, for whom he played 188 times. Originally a second row forward the move to rugby league saw him converted to prop. After retiring Jim became a businessman and had a stint as chairman of Widnes. He remains an active member with the former players associations at his past clubs.
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