Posts Tagged ‘James Haskell’
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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, which includes three Tests against the Springboks.
The 13 uncapped players in the squad include Wasps lock Joe Launchbury and wing Christian Wade, London Irish centre Jonathan Joseph and Leicester hooker Tom…
Posted 460 days ago
By Jack Yates
BETWEEN 2002 and 2009 London Wasps accumulated eight major trophies, including two Heineken Cups and four Premiership titles, and boasted legendary names such as Lawrence Dallaglio, Simon Shaw, Roy Howley and Josh Lewsey to name but a few. But this golden generation has withered away, with many journeying to foreign shores, such as Paul Sackey who has…
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England hung on to beat Wales 26-19 in the opening round of the Six Nations on Friday night, in a game that saw Wales one converted try away from levelling the scores with ten minutes still on the clock. Jonny Wilkinson’s penalty in the 76th minute saw England pull away, but Wales remained a constant threat until the final whistle…
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Martin Johnson has placed a huge amount of faith in Northampton back rower Tom Wood, by handing him his Test debut in Cardiff on Friday night, coming in for captain Lewis Moody against Wales.
Johnson dare not go into the game without a credible lineout option with both Courtney Lawes and Tom Croft injured so he plumped for in-form Wood.
Posted 909 days ago
When he was hitting the headlines for his talent rather than being the boy in pink, Rugby World caught up with ‘Dot Cotton’ when he was still at Wasps to talk about bugbears, dressing as ‘Son of Lol’, and being Prime Minister for the day.
RUGBY WORLD: Last year, Tom Rees revealed that you wanted to be known as The…
Posted 1292 days ago
By Paul Morgan, Editor of Rugby World Magazine
Forget the 19-9 scoreline this was a much, much bigger victory for Australia than it suggests, but with the heart ripped out of the England squad by injuries (just five left from the side that started the last Six Nations game against Scotland!) nothing else was ever going to happen. England are 7th…