England Gets Boost From Saracen Duo’s Return

As Maro Itoje and Billy Vunipola are set to return to Saracens, this will give England a boost for sure. The pair are fit and would be part of the squad when the team encounters the Wasps in the coming weekend. Nathan Earle would also join them as they come on to be part of the two day training camp being organized in England.

Eddie Jones is definitely relieved to have these two players returned to Saracens squad, especially before the Six Nations games come on, and the World Cup Finals take centre-stage in June – tickets for the Final available through this link. Read more

England Rugby Search For Jones Replacement

The bosses of England rugby have insisted that they are not lagging behind rivals like team Wales in planning to get a new head coach to begin work after the 2019 World Cup.

Eddie Jones, the Head coach of the team intends to stand down after the tournament, leaving the Rugby Football Union (RFU) assessing their options for a replacement already. Read more

Hunter Accidentally Bares Her Pants

The captain of the Women England Rugby team Sarah Hunter had a moment not to forget during win of England over USA in the Rugby World Cup 2017 took place in Ireland in the beginning of this year.

During the win of Red Roses’ quarter-final, Hunter, who is now 32-year-old and also the owner of an MBE had her shorts pulled down. This happened while she was helping a teammate charge forward with the ball. While she was helping her teammate, her shorts were pulled by the countering team accidently and it almost leads Hunter to an embarrassing moment. Read more

Chris Heighington In Final Squad

Veteran forward of England Rugby, Chris Heighington has been recalled by England for World Cup final on Saturday. The match will be played against Australia.

Heighington is now 34-year-old who is born in Australia, and he in his first two games, has been selected on a huge bench of forwards as James Roby. He will replace Josh Hodgson, who is suffering from injury presently. Read more