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David Strettle has recovered from a sternum injury to reclaim his place on the wing, in England’s only change to the starting XV who will take on Ireland on Saturday. Charlie Sharples, who stepped into Strettle’s left wing berth against France last week, drops out of the 22.
Wasps hooker Rob Webber suffered a shoulder injury during the Paris victory, and…
Posted 470 days ago
By Sarah Mockford, Rugby World Features Editor
THE 2012 RBS 6 Nations has proved an eventful tournament for Wales’ Leigh Halfpenny. The 23-year-old played a pivotal role in Wales’ two away wins in Dublin and at Twickenham , which resulted in Warren Gatland’s side lifting the Triple Crown. Here full-back Halfpenny talks about those two defining moments…
THAT LATE WINNING KICKING AGAINST…
Posted 504 days ago
SARACENS CENTRES Owen Farrell and Brad Barritt will make their Test debuts in England’s midfield against Scotland in the Calcutta Cup on Saturday evening.
It’s the first time England have picked an uncapped centre pairing since Ben Johnston and Geoff Appleford teamed up in 2002 against Argentina.
Farrell and Barritt will form an all-Saracens 10-12-13 combination along with Charlie Hodgson for England’s…
Posted 932 days ago
Just before ‘Ducks’ moved across London from Harlequins to Saracens, he took some time out to chat about pitch antics, diy disasters and Darth Vader. Plus the North/South divide.
RUGBY WORLD: Are you looking forward to Harlequins’ ‘Big Game 2’ on 27 December?
DAVID STRETTLE: Definitely. I was injured for the Leicester game at Twickenham last year, but I was in…