Robson will captain England against SA Barbarians

GEORGE ROBSON will captain England in Wednesday’s match against the South Africa Southern Barbarians in Kimberley. In a double for Aviva Premiership club Harlequins, Robson will follow Chris Robshaw in…

Disconsolate: The England boys have plenty to ponder before the 2nd Test

SATURDAY WAS not a good 24 hours for Northern Hemisphere sides on tour, but before the evening kick-off in Durban there was still cause for England fans to be optimistic.…

Ben Foden dives in for England's consolation try

ENGLAND HAD a strong first half, featuring outstanding defence, some good attacks and great security under the high ball, but South Africa took a grip on the game in the…

Tom Johnson

By Sarah Mockford, Rugby World Features Editor In a nutshell A scrappy match littered with errors, but England ran out comfortable winners against a rather tired looking Barbarians side at…

Stuart Lancaster

By Sarah Mockford, Rugby World Features Editor THIS IS the strongest team England have put out for this fixture for many a year, with plenty of familiar faces from the…

Clive Woodward

By Jonny Wilkinson, England 2003 World Cup winner I HAVE been enormously fortunate to have been coached by some of the best coaches around. Here I let you know why…

Dan Norton England

ENGLAND 7s speedster Dan Norton set a new record at the 2013 Glasgow 7s, by taking his try-scoring tally to 40 for the season – more than any other England…

David Strettle

By Sarah Mockford, Rugby World Features Editor In a nutshell Leicester reached their eighth straight Premiership final with a hard-fought win over defending champions Saracens. As you would expect when…

Vickery and Betsen

By Katie Field, Rugby World Writer RUGBY’S MOST famous and accomplished chef – Celebrity Masterchef winner Phil Vickery – put his reputation on the line for a good cause when…