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Sean Long and his eye for detail can be a game changer for Harlequins’ Marcus Smith

Sean Long was part of Paul Gustard and Billy Mallard’s plan for next season at Harlequins

VIDEO: Wasps centre Kyle Eastmond banned for six weeks for this hit on Marcus Smith

Citing commissioner deals out punishment to Eastmond after high hit on Marcus Smith and dangerous tackle on Ross Chisholm

More key skills for Marcus Smith to master, says mentor Evans

After a breakout start to the season, Nick Evans cools expectations on the young Quins fly-half

Guscott column: Marcus Smith has all the attributes to become top class

By Jeremy Guscott We shouldn’t be surprised any more when a young player such as Marcus Smith is introduced into the England squad. Admittedly, at 18, the Harlequins fly-half is younger than most, but with Maro Itoje, George Ford, Owen Farrell, and this season Sam Underhill and Tom Curry, having been there before him it […]

20 Questions: Marcus Watson – England Sevens

What a year for England Sevens? It’s been awesome even if it’s been up and down. The Olympic situation made it a bit more complicated. I thought the way we went about it was great and qualifying for Rio 2016 was a great outcome. Ever doubted you were going to make the Top 4? We […]

Alex Dombrandt gets England call, as Robshaw and Hughes miss out

Newcomers and regulars named by Eddie Jones in 29-man squad to meet for training camp

England U20 boss Steve Bates hoping third time’s the charm in Argentina

England have finished runners-up the past two Championships

The Rugby Paper Awards 2019: Which youngster deserves recognition?

We’re looking for your Young Player of the Year to honour in our inaugural Rugby Paper Awards. Youth has had a wonderful season in rugby. In 20-year-old openside Tom Curry and 21-year-old wing Joe Cokanasiga, England have found two uncut diamonds who are clearly only going to get better and make more of an impact […]

Henry Slade can be England’s third no.10, says Toby Flood

Flood expects Eddie Jones to move away from Danny Cipriani with Slade’s form

TEAMS: Gallagher Premiership – Round 10

Worcester Warriors v Northampton Saints (Friday) Worcester Warriors: 15 Chris Pennell, 14 Bryce Heem, 13 Francois Venter, 12 Ryan Mills, 11 Josh Adams, 10 Duncan Weir, 9 Francois Hougaard; 1 Callum Black, 2 Jack Singleton, 3 Nick Schonert, 4 Anton Bresler, 5 Michael Fatialofa, 6 Marco Mama, 7 Sam Lewis, 8 GJ van Velze (capt). Replacements: 16 […]

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