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England U-20s RWC
Pirate15 (IP Logged)
12 June, 2017 15:39
Exeter Chiefs 2nd row Josh Caulfield and prop Marcus Street start in tomorrow's semi-final against South Africa. The game is live on ITV4 at 3pm.

 
Re: England U-20s RWC
Pirate15 (IP Logged)
14 June, 2017 10:49
England have reached the world cup final after beating South Africa 24-22. Josh Caulfield had a great game both in defence and attack making a number of tackles. They now play New Zealand in Sundays final.

 
Re: England U-20s RWC
Longrockerz2 (IP Logged)
15 June, 2017 07:29
Really good game of rugby. 2 very good teams and England won with the last play. Agree abot Caulfield, he was like the energiser bunny, all over the place and was excellent at the breakdown.

 
Re: England U-20s RWC
Pirate15 (IP Logged)
15 June, 2017 11:14
It was mentioned in the commentary that in the previous game against Australia that he topped the tackle count with 25! Which is a phenomenal work rate for a 2nd row.
Prop Marcus Street from the Chiefs looked a big unit and carried the ball well.
It would be great to see them both D/R with the Pirates next season.



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Re: England U-20s RWC
old prop steve (IP Logged)
15 June, 2017 16:56
Wasn't the big prop Ollie Dawe somehow connected to the Pirates as a DR or something?

The big No8 from Bath is certainly one hell of a player as is the flyhalf from Saracens. Eddie Jones has got some serious talent coming through.

 
Re: England U-20s RWC
Pirate15 (IP Logged)
15 June, 2017 18:34
Ollie Dawe was indded on D/R last season from Bristol although he never actually played a game for us.


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