England have confirmed that Harlequins back-rower Chris Robshaw will hold on to the captain’s armband for the remainder of the RBS 6 Nations tournament. He has already led the team to two away wins, over Scotland and Italy, on just his second and third international caps. He will next lead the team against Wales on Saturday 25 February, his first…
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By Ben Coles
A first win for the Lancaster regime took plenty of blood and guts but was far from the convincing performance many would have hoped for. In all honesty, England’s performance was a realistic reflection of their current state: a new team learning new combinations, which despite a considerable amount of goodwill and hard work will not gel instantly.
Posted 475 days ago
By Bea Asprey, Rugby World Writer
Stuart Lancaster’s fresh-faced England side will attempt to beat Scotland at Murrayfield for the first time since 2004 on Saturday, but although the visitors beat their hosts twice in 2011, they will have their work cut out for them if they are to overcome this fired up Scottish side. The Scots have a horrible habit…
Posted 822 days ago
CHRIS ROBSHAW of Harlequins has been called up to the England squad training at Pennyhill Park for Joe Worsley who has returned to London Wasps to be treated for a neck injury.
Alex Corbisiero of London Irish has been called in to the squad following an ankle injury to David Wilson, who is receiving treatment from the Bath medical team.