I’d suffer the pain again for England says Jack Nowell 

Fearless Jack Nowell has revealed how he battled through the pain barrier to help England clinch June’s 3-0 series win over Australia...

August 23, 2016 with 0 Comments

Kyle Sinckler sets new goal to be world’s best tighthead

Kyle Sinckler is determined to leave his promising youngster tag behind and break into Eddie Jones’ England team en route to becoming the..

August 19, 2016 with 0 Comments

Meteor man Maro Itoje ready for England’s next mission

Maro Itoje claims he is mentally strong enough to cope if his incredible fairytale rugby world suddenly explodes in his face. The England..

August 18, 2016 with 0 Comments

Geordan Murphy: Tigers glad to aid England but the club is first and foremost

Geordan Murphy reckons the selection of seven Leicester players in Eddie Jones’s new 45-man squad nails the myth that his club have no..

August 12, 2016 with 0 Comments

Rory Bartle benefitting from staying English qualified

London Scottish flanker Rory Bartle describes snubbing Wales’ U20s as “a decision I had to make” as he ramps up his bid for a..

August 12, 2016 with 0 Comments

Marco Mama’s eyes fixed on England’s No.7 shirt

Marco Mama is on a mission this season to establish himself as Worcester’s premier No.7 and push his case for England selection. Mama,..

August 11, 2016

Tom Youngs in? Richard Cockerill must have Eddie Jones’ ear

Tom Youngs was a surprise addition to the Provisional England Elite Player Squad of 45 announced last Monday. That’s because when Stuart..

August 10, 2016

My Life in Rugby: Martin Cooper – former Moseley and England fly-half

If anyone had told me when I was first starting out at Wolverhampton RFC that I’d get 11 caps for England, I’d have told them to sober..

August 9, 2016

Saracens primed to emulate Tigers’ long period of dominance

George Kruis is confident Saracens can create a long-lasting legacy by repeating last season’s heroics to become the first Premiership..

August 5, 2016

Jeff Probyn column: Rugby as a whole won’t benefit from this new deal

With the RFU and the Premiership congratulating themselves on reaching an eye-watering £200 million plus funding agreement, there are some..

August 4, 2016

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