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England Rugby Union Team
11:11, 2 JUN 2014
Harlequins' number eight scores two tries for England
Chisholm bags brace as England get off to a flier at IRB Junior World Championship
Quins pair to start England U20s Junior World Championship opener
Sloan and Chisholm named in team to take on Italy in New Zealand
Five Quins get England call-ups for Barbarians showdown
Buchanan, Sinckler, Wallace, Collier and Matthews make squad for Twickenham
Eleven Harlequins players join England training camp
Squad looking to impress with New Zealand and Barbarians selections coming up
England rugby captain Chris Robshaw celebrates as three Dreamliners touch down at Heathrow
Model aircraft displayed on the Etihad roundabout as airline marks 10th anniversary of flights from Heathrow to Abu Dhabi
Harlequins young guns picked for their country
Sloan and Chisholm to travel to IRB Junior World Championship with England in June
Harrow youngster helps England beat the Scots
Sirkers’ two tries fire his side to victory in home nations clash, writes Chris Buchanan
Rugby World Cup
Jonny Wilkinson comes to Hounslow
England legend launches RWC 2015 volunteers programme at Grasshoppers RFC
Harlequins stars retain England spots
Four Harlequins stars a part of an unchanged England starting XV and replacements’ bench for Saturday’s Calcutta Cup clash against Scotland at Murrayfield.
Four Quins named in England squad for Scotland
Brown, Care, Marler and Robshaw will face the old enemy again in Six Nations clash
James Chisholm sole Harlequin in England U20
The 6’5” No 8, a member of Quins’ academy squad, will anchor the back row at the Stade Leo Legrange in Draguignan
Harlequins quartet chosen for England Six Nations
Injury blow for Harlequins centre
Hopper will miss England Saxons’ match with Scotland A in Glasgow
Quins stalwarts make England squad for France clash
Chris Robshaw, prop Joe Marler, Mike Brown and Danny Care selected for RBS Six Nations opener
One Quin in and one out of Saxons squad
Hopper drafted in for England's A side to face Irish, but Collier drops out injured
Harlequins star named England man of the series
Mike Brown wins award after top performances in autumn internationals
Ealing Trailfinders dig deep to edge closer to Championship
EALING Trailfinders had to dredge up reserves of bloody-mindedness, but they emerged with a dramatic victory to stay on course for promotion to the second tier of English rugby.
Now we need to emulate Leicester, says Quins prop
THEY may have done the double over Leicester, but the Tigers still remain the team Harlequins need to emulate to seal their place at English rugby's top table, according to Mark Lambert.
Harrow throw away victory
PAUL Carroll came out of retirement to produce an outstanding scrummaging performance as Harrow were held to a draw by Bank of England – although it could have been worse for the league leaders.
League leaders' ground to host England counties fixture
Ealing Trailfinders have secured the England Counties fixture for Friday 22nd February 2013 against French Amateurs.
Bloodgate 'denied Quins star England honours'
KARL Dickson reckons Tom Williams would be playing for England by now if Bloodgate had never happened.
Easter for England is no-brainer, says Quins coach
JOHN Kingston is so convinced of Nick Easter's talent he doesn't even try to disguise it as his opinion.
Former Quins and England star back in action
FORMER Harlequins and England hero Peter Winterbottom was among those who pulled on a rugby shirt once more to pay tribute to Old Isleworthians stalwart Tony Winslade.
Harlequins forward stakes another huge England claim
NICK Easter's performance against Biarritz will make it harder for England boss Stuart Lancaster to ignore the no8 for the forthcoming autumn internationals, according to Conor O'Shea.