Northampton full-back Ben Foden admits he misses his pal Chris Ashton – and is thrilled at the prospect of a reunion on England duty next month.
Wales beware, Bismarck du Plessis says the Springboks’ front row aims to be the most formidable in the world and will use the scrum to target every team they face.
The auditions are in full swing but Ugo Monye believes Manu Tuilagi’s X-factor means he should line up on the wing for England in New Zealand.
Billy Vunipola is England’s premier ball-carrier but he knows all this could change in an instant and that any number of contenders at No.8 are ready to take his place.
Jonathan Joseph reckons his X-factor with ball in hand will boost his chances of an England recall – a claim backed by coach Toby Booth, who says the centre is now ‘mentally rebooted’ after his unhappy ending at London Irish.
Danny Cipriani admits he is a different player to the one last capped by England in 2008.
Joe Marler admits he still has a way to go before he can aspire to the level of consistency achieved by his prop idol, New Zealander John Afoa.
Former tank driver Semesa Rokoduguni has destroyed all-comers this season in the Premiership and the Bath speedster has a new target in his sights: the England No.14 jersey.
It is Tuesday afternoon at the Surrey Sports Park and Harlequins’ training finished 45 minutes ago. While the majority of players have showered and made […]
If anyone was in doubt that Courtney Lawes can still deliver big hits with the best of them, then look no further than Owen Farrell’s ribcage.
The Barbarians have been snubbed by Wales after offering them a home match as preparation for their Test series in South Africa in June.
Former England centre Jamie Noon believes the RFU should take a more relaxed stance when it comes to picking France-based players.
Nick Easter is a fully paid-up member of the Steffon Armitage fan club but is not clamouring for the openside to be given an England recall.
Gavin Henson hopes a fresh contract and new found stability at Bath can pave the way for a Wales recall before the 2015 World Cup.
Not many outside of Wales realised quite what an exceptional bit of business Sale supremo Steve Diamond had done last summer in signing second row Michael Paterson – but they certainly do now.
Nick Abendanon admits that Anthony Watson’s emergence proved a decisive factor in taking the plunge with European giants Clermont.
Concerted attempts by the RFU to change the Test schedule for England’s summer tour of New Zealand in June have failed.
Sonny Parker believes Wales are going stale under head coach Warren Gatland and calls for a return of James Hook.
Bullish No.8 Ben Morgan has backed England to send out a pre-World Cup statement of intent by beating mighty New Zealand in June.
One of the few headaches facing Stuart Lancaster after the Six Nations is one he has encountered before – how to solve a problem like Manu?