Stuart Lancaster keeps an eye on the clock as England high noon looms

Rugby six nations championship

Stuart Lancaster keeps an eye on the clock as England high noon looms
Lancaster, assisted by Graham Rowntree, the one management survivor from the World Cup, and Andy Farrell, will be in charge for the Six Nations, while the Rugby Football Union searches for a permanent successor to Martin Johnson, who resigned as team …
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Rugby-Flood set to miss early Six Nations games
By Mitch Phillips | LONDON Jan 6 (Reuters) – England flyhalf Toby Flood looks certain to miss the first two games of the Six Nations championship after suffering a knee injury, his club Leicester said on Friday. Flood would have been a certain starter …
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Scotland bring new boys into Six Nations rugby squad
EDINBURGH — Scotland coach Andy Robinson named six uncapped players in a 36-man squad announced here on Thursday for the opening rounds of the Six Nations Championship. Among the newcomers are Wales-born London Irish centre Steven Shingler, …
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Wales flyer Leigh Halfpenny ready to become Wales' main man
“There's a lot of expectation on us to win the championship after how we did at the World Cup. We have got a young team and the future looks bright for Welsh rugby. “The Six Nations is a difficult tournament but we've big ambitions to win every game …
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