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England went out to France in the 2011 World Cup. Next year’s event on home soil may bring domestic strife with clubs
The RFU chief executive faces a second challenge ahead of next year’s home World Cup that will test his gifts of persuasion to the limit
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Kelly Brown dives over to score Saracens’ second try against Northampton
Saracens 28 Northampton 24: Argentine converted a penalty in his own half to edge league leaders clear at the top
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