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Story of the Sevens: London

New RFUtv feature Story of the Sevens looks at England Sevens’ progress on the HSBC Sevens World Series, giving you the inside track on their run to third-place at the London Marriott Sevens tournament at Twickenham last weekend. Watch match action from each of England’s six games, exclusive post-match interviews with a key player from each encounter, including an on-field interview with Tom Mitchell after his match-winning penalty goal to beat New Zealand in the pool stage. There is also behind-the-scenes footage and closing comments from the players.

Tom Mitchell proud after third-place finish

England Sevens captain Tom Mitchell outlined his pride after England put a gut-wrenching semi-final defeat to Australia behind them to beat Fiji 26-19 and secure third place in the London Marriott Sevens at Twickenham

Amor salutes Twickenham crowd after day one clean sweep

England Sevens Head Coach Simon Amor hailed the impact of the Twickenham crowd after his England skipper Tom Mitchell landed a nerveless penalty with the final play of the game to beat New Zealand 15-12, securing a clean-sweep of Group A and a Marriott London Sevens cup quarter-final against France

FEATURE – Andy Farrell tackles Manor Park RFC

Andy Farrell was at Manor Park RFC to represent the tangible side of the "England Connected" mantra after the West Mindlands club was selected from more than 600 entries in a #winFaz competition on the @EnglandRugby Twitter feed.

Monster Workout with Tom Mitchell

England Sevens captain Tom Mitchell and England Sevens strength and conditioning coach Dan Howells take us through a general conditioning session

Mike Catt: We’re out to go and get New Zealand

England’s attacking game has come on leaps and bounds in the space of 12 months and the man charged with driving the standards, Mike Catt, believes the New Zealand tour will be an invaluable next step in their development

#England7s play guess the monster

#England7s players Marcus Watson & James Rodwell play at guessing the names of famous monster. Hopefully this has given you some monster costume ideas for the #London7s in May. Tickets still available here:

Seven facts about sevens

England Sevens give you seven facts about sevens, with five weeks until the Marriott London Sevens at Twickenham Stadium. For further information and tickets please visit www.RFU.com/londonsevens.

AASE Finals 2014 – Live from Allianz Park

RFU AASE BOWL FINAL – KICK-OFF 1300hrs WORCESTER 6FC VS GOSFORTH ACADEMY RFU AASE PLATE FINAL – KICK-OFF 1500hrs TRURO COLLEGE VS SGS FILTON COLLEGE AASE CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL – KICK-OFF 1700hrs HARTPURY COLLEGE VS PRINCE HENRY’S GS

James Rodwell looks to celebrate 50th tournament in style

This weekend marks James Rodwell’s 50th consecutive tournament for England Sevens, and the rangy forward says he can think of no better place to celebrate a half-century than in Hong Kong’s raucous, party-fuelled atmosphere.

Highlights: Wales U18 12-43 England Under 18

All the tries from England Under 18′s six-try 43-12 win against Wales at Neath RFC on March 23, 2014. England’s tries came from George Perkins (3), Henry Cheeseman, Max Clark and Lucas Slowik. Footage courtesy of S4C,

2014 U20 Six Nations: Italy U20 5 England U20 52

All of the tries from England U20′s seven-try 52-5 win against Italy in Brescia. The victory rounded off the 2014 6N campaign for the 20s and they finished second with a record of four wins from five and a points difference of +158.

Best of RFUtv: Italy Test week

There is a full card of Anglo-Italian clashes at senior, Women’s and Under 20 level this weekend. RFUtv caught up with all of the major players heading into the final round of RBS 6 Nations fixtures

Tale of the Test: England 29 Wales 18

RFUtv feature Tale of the Test continues through the RBS 6 Nations, giving you the chance to relive the emotions of England’s 29-18 Triple Crown win over Wales at Twickenham. Watch exclusive pre-match interviews from the game’s central figures; behind-the-scenes footage from before the game; the big hits, turning-points and crucial moments; plus post-match reaction from Ben Morgan, Stuart Lancaster and Owen Farrell.