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The players, teams , issues involved with the Rugby World Cup 2015


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Surely Nick Easter can last until the end of the World Cup

When you pass your 30th birthday, as a professional rugby player it marks the twilight of your career especially on the international stage.

Nick Easter is 36 years old and is as fit as a fiddle. Easter has always been an intelligent rugby player added to that he has a wealth of experience. A man that has been there before yet he is showing a great hunger for a Test call up.

Ben Morgan who played so well in the Autumn has broken his leg and won’t be available for the start of the 6 Nations. Morgan demonstrated that it’s more beneficial to the team to have an all-round game and possess an overall understanding of the game than just being a fantastic ball carrier.

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Nick Easter forcing his way back in after being shut out?

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Exclusive interview with George Ford and father/head coach Mike Ford

George Ford was England’s success story from the Autumn, yes with a little help from his friends. The truth is when George Ford got his start against Samoa that is when England looked like they were back on course.

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George in action for Bath , looks like he is about to make a huge step off his right

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