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…

Owen Farrell

By Sarah Mockford, Rugby World Features Editor WELFORD ROAD will hold no fear for Saracens when they play Leicester in the second of the Aviva Premiership semi-finals on Saturday. After…

tom youngs leicester

STUART LANCASTER has included 13 uncapped players in his 42-man England squad to tour South Africa in June. Harlequins back-rower Chris Robshaw will again captain England on the five-match tour,…

Jonny May

There have been plenty of quality tries during this season’s Aviva Premiership, from Jonny May’s individual effort against Harlequins to Manu Tuilagi finishing off a team move at Northampton, but…

Rob Baxter

The official shortlist for the Aviva Premiership Player of the Year has been announced, with Harlequins providing two of the six nominees: full-back Mike Brown and captain Chris Robshaw. Fellow…