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  • RFU News | Monday 20 March 2017

    England U20 seal Grand Slam with win over Ireland

    England U20s sealed their first Grand Slam since 2011 after a hard-fought 14-10 victory over Ireland in Dublin. England led 14-3 at the break with tries from Jack Nay and Henry Walker, while Max Malins sent over two conversions. Bill Johnston kicked a penalty for Ireland in bet... [READ MORE]

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  • RFU News | Monday 20 March 2017

    ENGLAND COUNTIES OVERCOME IRELAND IN CORK

    • England Counties beat Ireland Club XV 34-26 • Counties extend their unbeaten run England Counties beat Ireland Club XV 34-26 in tense encounter at Cork Constitution on Friday night.

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  • RFU News | Thursday 16 March 2017

    WATSON AND VUNIPOLA START FOR ENGLAND

    Eddie Jones has named his side for England’s final match of the RBS 6 Nations against Ireland at Aviva Stadium on Saturday (kick-off 5pm, live on ITV). There are two changes to the starting XV that beat Scotland in last weekend’s Calcutta Cup as England retained the RBS 6 Nation... [READ MORE]

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  • RFU News | Wednesday 15 March 2017

    England U20 name team ahead of Grand Slam decider

    England Under 20 have made four changes to their starting line-up as they aim for a Six Nations Grand Slam against Ireland at Donnybrook Stadium on Friday (6:00pm kick off). Sam Aspland-Robinson, Tom Curry and Nick Isiekwe return to the side after missing the 33-5 victory over S... [READ MORE]

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  • RFU News | Tuesday 14 March 2017

    England U18 impress in victory over Scotland

    England U18s defeated Scotland U18s 31-17 at Preston Grasshoppers RFC on Sunday. In what was their second match of the season, England followed up last weekend's 43-14 win over France with a successive victory. In tricky conditions, England led 12-7 at the break through tries f... [READ MORE]

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  • RFU News, Women & Girls | Tuesday 14 March 2017

    RED ROSES SECURE 64-0 WIN OVER SCOTLAND

    Kay Wilson landed a record seven tries in England Women’s 64-0 win over Scotland in the fourth round of the Women’s Six Nations at the Twickenham Stoop on Saturday. The Red Roses secured a total of 12 unanswered tries including a first-half hat-trick from hooker Amy Cokayne.

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