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Braley Try

By New Cherry
October 16 2018

How far can we go in the Champions Cup? Certainly the English game needs champions after only oursleves and Falcons carried the flag on the opening weekend.

Our 19-14 opening win against the mighty Castres was no more than we deserved in a group which still looks incredibly tough.

Munster's 10-10 draw at Exeter puts us in the driving seat and a result in Limerick this Saturday would set our season on fire.

England head coach Eddie Jones (black coat and hat) watches from the stands during the European Cham

On Sunday we proved we have the firepower to do it. With Eddie Jones watching on Danny Cipriani was back to his best kicking 14 points and running the show.

Calum Braley's try  and three penalties from Danny gave us a 13-6 lead at half time.

Castres came back in the second half but Danny kept us going with two more pens.

Castres did reduce the deficit when Martin Laveau powered over on the right for an unconverted try. Julien Dumora slotted home another penalty but we managed to hold out .

Bring on the Irish

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