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Te'o 'one of the best in England' – Ryan
England Head Coach Eddie Jones has named four uncapped players in his squad for the three-Test tour to Australia, including Worcester Warriors centre Ben Te’o. Northampton Saints’ back-row forward Teimana Harrison is included in the 32-man squad, as well as 21-year-old Leicester Tigers tight-head prop Ellis Genge. Exeter Chiefs centre Henry Slade is also named […]The post England Name Squad For Tour Of Australia With Four Uncapped Players Included appeared first on In The Loose.
Eddie Jones has named four uncapped players in his England squad ahead of their three-Test series against Australia next month. Worcester Warriors’ new centre Ben Te’o and Northampton Saints’ back-row forward Teimana Harrison are included in the 32-man squad as well as 21-year-old Leicester Tigers loosehead Ellis Genge and Harlequins tighthead Kyle Sinckler.
Worcester Warriors have today announced that Chris Pennell has signed a new contract with the club. The full-back’s career has gone from strength to strength since Dean Ryan came to the helm at Sixways, having been one of the club’s top performers in recent seasons.
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: England hooker Jamie George came thundering back into the reckoning for a place in the Saracens line-up for the Champions Cup Final in Lyon this weekend, with a 64 minute work-out at Worcester Warriors.
• Reigning champions finish top with 80 points after 19-43 win at Worcester• Saracens to face Racing 92 in European Champions Cup final this SaturdayYou might have forgiven them if they had …
REACTION: Saracens boss Mark McCall praised the performance of England fullback Alex Goode as the Premiership leaders warmed up for next week's European Champions Cup Final with a 43-19 win away to Worcester on Saturday.
Chris Ashton’s hat-trick tries and Alex Goode’s performance in the first-half ensured Saracens defeated Worcester Warriors by 43-19 in their final Premiership game of the regular season at Sixways.
• Worcester 19-43 SaracensIt bore little resemblance to what lies in wait next weekend, but Saracens warmed up for their Champions Cup final against Racing 92 in Lyon with a light …
Former England winger Chris Ashton scored a hat-trick of tries as Saracens beat Worcester 19-43 in the Aviva Premiership. Saracens have already qualified for a home Semi-final and the match was a warm up for next weekend’s European Cup final. More to follow.
Warriors have made five changes for this weekend’s Aviva Premiership match against Saracens on Saturday at Sixways stadium. Dean Ryan makes five changes to the side which faced Leicester Tigers at Welford Road last time out as Na’ama Leleimalefaga, Donncha O’Callaghan, Dan Sanderson, Sam Betty and Luke Baldwin all come into the starting line-up. Sanderson […] The post Worcester Warriors v Saracens Premiership Preview appeared first on Rugby Week | Rugby News, Rugby Video & Fixtures.
The Singha Premiership Rugby 7s returns to the North East this summer with Newcastle Falcons’ Kingston Park Stadium confirmed as host venue for the Group C pool stage on July 30. It is the third year in succession that the competition has held a round in the region, with the Falcons set to face Leicester Tigers, Sale Sharks and Worcester Warriors.
It has been a busy few days for the Saints Academy with both the Under-15s and Under-17s in action. The Under-15s travelled to Newark RFC on Bank Holiday Monday to take part in the Under-15s Academy Festival. They played against each of the Northern Academies (Leicester, Sale, Newcastle, Worcester and Leeds), and Academy Coach Jon Curry was pleased with how things went: “We won two, lost two and d
Ben Te’o is confident he can make a big impact in England’s midfield, and succeed where Sam Burgess failed, as rumours that Eddie Jones will look to fast-track the rugby league convert into his squad for the summer tour to Australia continue to gather pace. Te’o, the New Zealander of Samoan extraction with an English mother, is joining Worcester […]The post Ben Te’o Believes He Can Succeed Where Sam Burgess Failed For England appeared first on In The Loose.
Wasps have confirmed that Edd Shervington will retire at the end of the season. The 31-year-old hooker has made 31 appearances for Wasps during his two seasons at the club, having joined from Worcester Warriors in 2014.
• Tigers defeat Worcester to reach Premiership play-offs• They must beat Saracens on bogey ground to reach finalLeicester booked their customary place at the Premiership …
Tigers' Harrison suffers 'nasty' nose injury
REACTION: Leicester coach Aaron Mauger was a relatively happy man after his side secured a 12th successive appearance in the English Premiership play-offs with a 31-17 win at home to Worcester on Saturday.
Leicester Tigers beat Worcester Warriors 31-17 to earn a 12th successive appearance in the Aviva Premiership play offs. Leicester scored four tries to two in the match which earned them the bonus point. More to follow
• Leicester Tigers 31-17 Worcester WarriorsLeicester needed to win to secure a place in the play-offs for the 12th consecutive year and if they could have picked …