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James William Hook – born 27 June 1985 – is a retired Welsh rugby union player.

Hook has won 81 caps for Wales. Most often playing as a fly-half, Hook is known as a utility player, and has also played as a centre, wing and fullback.

Hook began his club career with Neath, from 2004 to 2006. He then played for the Ospreys (2006–2011), Perpignan (2011–2014) and Gloucester (2014–2016), before returning to the Ospreys in 2016.

Hook toured South Africa in 2009 with the British & Irish Lions, making six appearances. He was named on the bench for the third test, but did not play in the game.

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