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Charlie Morgan's in-depth article of Zach Mercer
06 March, 2018 11:24
[subscriber.telegraph.co.uk]
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One of the quirks of the northern hemisphere’s saturated fixture list is that this weekend will see several members of Six Nations squads reintegrated into domestic competition.
Zach Mercer, who has shed his ‘apprentice’ asterisk but is yet win a Test cap, finds himself among England’s released players. He faces Newcastle Falcons this evening for Bath, and Eddie Jones will be an interested observer - especially given the 20 year-old can offer something England were missing against Wales.

With Billy Vunipola injured and Nathan Hughes in the Wasps team last weekend, Jones deployed Sam Underhill on the bench. When Sam Simmonds withdrew due to a shoulder joint problem, a complaint that will see the Exeter Chief miss England’s trips to Scotland and France, the hosts were deprived of a keynote back-row carrier and an explosive athlete that offers variation to their attack.

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Re: Charlie Morgan's in-depth article of Zach Mercer
06 March, 2018 12:09
Zac Mercer may well have hugely enhanced his prospects for an England place with his try saving tackle on Marcus Smith. At the same time he may well have put back Marcus Smith's chances considerably!


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