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Written by James Price Luther Burrell and Mike Brown both scored as England produced a simple 20-0 win over a dreadful Scottish outfit at Murrayfield.
Written by James Price A 78th-minute try saw France recover to claim a 26-24 victory over England in a breathless Six Nations clash at the Stade de France on Saturday. England vs France. Photo: CpaKmoi (via Flickr) France led 16-8 at the interval thanks to two early tries from Yoann Huget before Mike Brown scored […]
Written by James Price. Lincoln, with a side including two debuts from on loan Birmingham midfielder Charlee Adams and centre back Thierry Audel, kicked off looking for their first victory in four games.
This season’s Six Nations Championship preparations will be ramped up next week as squads begin assembling before the opening games on February 1st.
The start of the year is when all the sports, that some don’t really consider sports have their major championships.
Written by James Price It was a humiliating series for England. The Linc takes a look at why everything went so badly.
Written by James Price Can England retain the Ashes again after a 3-0 victory over Australia in the summer? It will certainly be tougher than in 2011/2012 when England were at the peak of their powers.
Written by James Price. New Zealand continued their unbeaten run in 2013 with a hard-fought 30-22 victory over an impressive England team at Twickenham on Saturday.
Written by James Price England made it two wins from two in their autumn campaign on Saturday, sealing a 31-12 victory over Argentina.
Written by James Price The autumn internationals are the ultimate test for Northern Hemisphere sides wanting to gauge just where they stand in comparison to their counterparts south of the equator.