Katie Field

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Katie is another long-serving member of the Rugby World team who has been around the world with the magazine. A passionate fan of Gloucester Rugby.

Slade stars: Henry Slade slides over for a try for the Chiefs against Harlequins. (Photo Action Images)

Saints and Sinners: The weekend’s talking points

The Saints King Henry Everyone’s talking about George Ford and Danny Cipriani, but Henry Slade reminded the rugby world of his excellent credentials at fly-half when he scored 27 points…

Winging in: Jonathan Joseph dives in for his second try. Photo: Inpho

Six Nations 2015: Round two

IN A NUTSHELL England 47 - 17 Italy England scored six tries in their second Six Nations game, including four in 13 second-half minutes to defeat Italy. The visitors drew…

Magic moment: England's Stuart Lancaster (left) and Graham Rowntree celebrate. Photo Getty Images

Saints and Sinners: The weekend’s talking points

The Saints Putting the boot in England led 18-16 in Cardiff as the last two minutes of their RBS Six Nations clash with Wales began. Despite England’s second-half dominance, the…

In the thick of it: Jonathan Joseph is a match-winner in attack or defence

Saints and Sinners: the weekend’s talking points

The Saints Poacher turned gamekeeper Jonathan Joseph earned plenty of praise for his attacking play against Toulouse in last weekend’s European Champions Cup, but he made a decisive impact in…

Happy days: Bath's players celebrate after clinching their win in Toulouse

Saints and Sinners: The weekend’s talking points

English clubs had the most to celebrate after a terrific weekend of European Champions Cup rugby, as four of the five Aviva Premiership sides who were playing non-English opponents won.…

Magic moment: James Hook puts everything he's got into kicking the winning penalty

Saints and Sinners: The weekend’s talking points

The Saints Killer kick The weekend started in some style with a humdinger of an Aviva Premiership clash between Gloucester and Saracens at Kingsholm. There were enough incidents, both good…