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20th October 2020
Jones names squad for Barbarians game
England men's head coach Eddie Jones has named a 32-player squad for this weekend's Quilter Cup.
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18th June 2020
Six Nations 2021 fixtures
Next year's Six Nations promises to be the most exciting and eclectic tournament yet, with the biggest names in rugby travelling from all corners of the globe to take part in one of…
18th February 2020
Quilter Internationals 2020
Fortress Twickenham. That will be the aim when England host four back-to-back Quilter Internationals against the cream of world talent in November 2020.
18th November 2019
England v Ireland: Five Famous Fixtures
England and Ireland have shared memorable matches over the years and their historic rivalry is set to continue, as the Guinness Six Nations returns to Twickenham in February 2020.…
15th November 2019
Barbarians v Fiji Match Preview
The 23-man team includes South Africa's Rugby World Cup winners Tendai "Beast" Mtawarira, Lukhanyo Am and Makazole Mapimpi and will be led by Ireland legend Rory Best.
14th November 2019
Rory Best: Former Ireland hooker to captain Barbarians at Twickenham
Rory Best will captain the Barbarians against Fiji in Saturday's clash at Twickenham.
5th November 2019
South African World Cup Champions to light up Barbarians’ November Tour
South African Rugby World Cup superstars Lukhanyo Am, Makazole Mapimpi, Tendai "Beast" Mtawarira and Herschel Jantjies will be in action for the Barbarians when they take on Fiji for…
29th October 2019
Rory ready to bring the Best to the Barbarians
Ireland legend Rory Best is to join the Barbarians when they return to Twickenham on Saturday 16 November to take on Fiji in the Killik Cup.
21st October 2019
The Vault: England v New Zealand
We take a look back at five famous England v New Zealand fixtures.
21st October 2019
England v Australia: The First Fixture
The first fixture between England and Australia took place on 9 January 1909 at Blackheath - Twickenham had yet to be fully built - and the visitors pulled off a symbolic win.