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England Rugby in Review December 2012


By Kath 4/1/13
January 4 2013

England Rugby in Review December 2012 - As the country was being washed away with rain England Celebrated their win ove New Zealand in the early part of the month



England Rugby December 2012 - In Review

England Rugby December 2012 In Review........ A quieter month but some important events taking place.  The Rugby World Cup 2015 Draw, England's Staniford IRB Women's Player of the year plus much more.   And although we covered England v New Zeland in last month's round up - just got to put a couple of the winning pictures in this month from Onside Images

 

As a Rugby World Cup 2015 Worldwide Partner, Land Rover played a key role in the official proceeding of the Pool Allocation Draw that took place this week by delivering the Webb Ellis Cup to the draw in an England 2015

Video: Reaction from top players & coaches to the RWC2015 draw

 

 

 

many more here

 

 

 

England's Michaela Staniford has today been named the IRB Women's Player of the Year, the prestigious Award that recognises excellence on the field of play. More here Staniford named IRB Women's Player of the Year

 

 

 

 

 

   

England's consolation in Shield England's Marcus Watson scored two tries to end England's disappointing Dubai campaign by beating Spain 26-5 in the Shield final. Having lost to the same side in the Bowl final in Australia, this was some consolation for Ben Ryan's side who gain three Series points  Video: Round Up of the Dubai Sevens 2012

Oh Dear even worse than Dubai, England are not performing as well in the 7s this series. 7s Port Elizabeth SA - Fixtures / Results 2012

 

 

 

 

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