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FULL-BACK MIKE BROWN HOPES TO WIN BIG AGAINST AUSTRALIA

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This weekend, Saturday to be precise, would see England welcome Australia to the Twickenham Stadium and England’s coach, Eddie Jones hopes that his squad can extend their 13 unbeaten run to 14 after this match. And five months after they had whitewashed the Wallabies, Harlequins full back, Mike Brown is ready for another walloping of the Wallabies on Saturday. England hopes to play a level of rugby that rivals their historic series win in the southern hemisphere despite the absence of some key players. When asked if there was more…read more

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ASHTON SCORES FOR SARACENS

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In a hard fought game between Saracens and Toulon at the Allianz Park, Chris Ashton had come off with an impressive performance, scoring the only try for Saracens, which saw them in a 10-3 win over their rivals. With this victory, the Sarries have been able to book a home quarter-final in the European Champions Cup. Ashton’s crucial blow came in the second half of the game, thus handing the lead and upper hand to Saracens. A few stunning last ditch tackles were made by both Michael Rhodes and Will…read more

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Sale Sharks Has Talented Players On Offer

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Sale Sharks has been going great guns. They are being taken over by a new management that will hopefully invest new funds and help the team to reach top position in rugby across the continent. Sale Sharks has some great players on the team. George Nott is one such player who played a key role in the Under 20 championship of the country. The launch of the championship tournament was in style thanks to players like George Nott of Sale Sharks.

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Eddie Jones Wants England To Be Numero Uno

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Eddie Jones is convinced that England has enough resources to be considered top among rugby teams in the world. He also feels that England as a rugby team is aiming to be on the top. He feels that during his tenure, he will lead England’s rugby team to become the best in the world. Jones has made an impact on the English team by taking charge. This happened after the Rugby World Cup last year, which was a disappointment in the country. England was the host nation, but they failed…read more

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George Takes The Dylan Hartley’s Spot

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Jamie George the hooker of Saracens took over the captaincy of Dylan Hartley after winning over at Twickenham. He has also replaced England captain Hartley against South Africa, Argentina and Fiji. Despite of such a tough challenge, the hooker is all geared up to handle the pressure. The head coach of Saracens strongly believes that England certainly cannot become the greatest team unless there are outstanding squads of 23 men who can lead as a team or create one in the final quarter of a competition. George has achieved 12…read more

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SIX NATIONS: ENGLAND REMAIN THE TEAM TO BEAT

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Next weekend will see the Six Nations Championship begin and England will be hoping to become the sixth team to win the Grand Slams back to back. They would be opening the competition with a match against France on February 4 at the Twickenham. The match will see England play with the hopes of extending their 14 match winning streak to 15. So far, 13 out of the 14 have come under the leadership of Eddie Jones, coach of the England Rugby team. The Australian born coach was appointed at…read more

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