Iestyn Harris - Stand off
|Date Of Birth||25/06/1976|
|Place Of Birth||Oldham|
|Clubs||Featherstone Rovers, Bradford Bulls, Cardiff, Leeds Rhinos, Warrington Wolves|
|Honours||Wales RL, Great Britain, Wales, Wales Nines, Great Britain U21|
|Managed||Salford Red Devils, Wales RL, Wigan Warriors, Celtic Crusaders|
Iestyn Harris had a distinguished playing career with Wales and Great Britain, and had just retired as a player when given his first coaching job, that of Wales head coach, in 2009. With Clive Griffiths in situ as adviser, Wales won the 2009 and 2010 European Cups to qualify us for the 2011 Four Nations. However after failing to win for three years, including three defeats in a home World Cup in 2013, WRL and Harris parted company. He had brief coaching spells at Salford and Crusaders before turning his attention to a career in other aspects of rugby league. His grandfather Norman Harris also played for Wales.