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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

Chris Robshaw returns to Harlequins line-up for Premiership Cup derby

The ex-England captain will make his first appearance since October in Harlequins’ Premiership Cup clash

Injury-hit England sweat on fitness of Robshaw and Brown

Eddie Jones left with selection worries ahead of Six Nations opener as injury list grows to 16

Watch out Robshaw, Michael Rhodes is ‘best blindside in England’ says Saracens coach

The South African flanker will become eligible for England selection in July

Chris Robshaw commits to Harlequins

Chris Robshaw will remained at Harlequins until at least 2020 after putting pen to paper on a new deal. A former Millfield student, he made his debut for Harlequins in the Championship 2005 and quickly established himself as a favourite among supporters as the Club regained Premiership status. He was handed the Harlequins captaincy in […]

Chris Robshaw out of Six Nations

Chris Robshaw has been ruled out of the Six Nations after it was confirmed that the Harlequins flanker required a shoulder surgery. He suffered the injury against Worcester Warriors on New Year’s Day and is expected to be out of competitive action for around 12 weeks.

Quins release statement on Chris Robshaw

Chris Robshaw will miss Harlequins’ Aviva Premiership fixture against Sale Sharks tomorrow with the shoulder injury which he sustained in last week’s match against Worcester Warriors. Chris will see a specialist early next week to determine the best course of action for his recovery; either an extended period of rest and rehabilitation, or an operation. […]

Lions? No, Chris Robshaw focus is on ending Springboks hoodoo

Chris Robshaw is determined to bury his South Africa hoodoo and boost his chances of appearing on next summer’s Lions tour to New Zealand. Robshaw has bounced back brilliantly from the low point of last year’s World Cup debacle to become a key performer for England under new boss Eddie Jones. Nine straight wins under […]

50th cap for Robshaw as Ford and Nowell return in England XV

Chris Robshaw will win his 50th England cap on Saturday for the second Test against Australia in Melbourne with Eddie Jones making two changes to his backline. Robs haw, who will start once again at bindside, made his debut against Argentina back in 2009 and follows in the footsteps of Harlequins teammate Mike Brown who […]

Dave Ewers stepping up his challenge to Chris Robshaw      

Dave Ewers will challenge Chris Robshaw for his England place according to Exeter Chiefs teammate Don Armand, who describes Stuart Lancaster’s decision not to include the powerful back-rower in last year’s World Cup squad as “bizarre”. Ewers missed the Six Nations through injury, but was back to his best during Exeter’s surge into the play-offs. […]

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