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Stuart Lancaster has selected a back-line with just 91 caps between them which includes debutants Nowell and Burrell

Leicester Tigers boss Richard Cockerill is suspended for nine matches over his conduct in the Premiership final

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The Tigers' director of rugby was banned for nine matches

Leicester Tigers boss Richard Cockerill is suspended for nine matches over his conduct in the Premiership final

Leicester director of rugby Richard Cockerill handed nine-match ban

Leicester director of rugby Richard Cockerill has been suspended for nine matches by a Rugby Football Union disciplinary panel after he was found guilty of using words that were “obscene, inappropriate and unprofessional” during the Aviva Premiership final.

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Marland Yarde hopeful of regular England place after exhilarating debut against Argentina

Yarde scored two tries in the 51-26 victory over their hosts

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Joe Launchbury: England will not take foot off the gas

Joe Launchbury has exceeded his own expectations during a remarkable  season and is determined to sign off on a victorious note as England hunt a 2-0 Test series win against Argentina.

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Marland Yarde set to make Test debut for England against Argentina

The tourists are looking to take a 2-0 lead in the series

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Former Scotland international fly-half Gordon Ross will embark on a coaching career after being appointed as assistant at relegated Premiership club London Welsh.

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Head coach Lyn Jones leaves London Welsh

Jones wanted to move back to Wales

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Draw for the pool stage of the tournament announced

Jonny Wilkinson lifts 2012/13 Heineken Cup

Heineken Cup: Northampton face three-time European champions Leinster

Pool stages for the Heineken Cup revealed

Barbarians’ Schalk Brits is on his knees, left, after striking Owen Farrell, centre, during the game

British and Irish Lions 2013: Owen Farrell admits his mistake and warns team-mates to control their frustration

Fly-half says retaliation Down Under could prove costly as aggressor Brits is banned

Hard graft: Courtney Lawes is not about to apologise for his principal talent – hitting opponents hard – but he is working on line-out skills as well

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Lock will keep big hits coming but is trying to add variety to toughness

Kyle Eastmond

Stuart Lancaster turns to Kyle Eastmond's creativity as England face South American XV

Stuart Lancaster hailed Kyle Eastmond’s creative potential after naming the Bath centre in the England side to play a South American XV in Montevideo tomorrow.

Billy Vunipola

Billy Vunipola set to make England debut during tour of Argentina

The Wasps number eight is expected to be included in the England side to face a South American XV in Montevideo

Carl Hogg

Worcester appoint Carl Hogg as new head coach

The former Scotland international leaves Gloucester

Northampton flanker Calum Clark has been ruled out of England action for a third time in 12 months

Northampton flanker Calum Clark ruled out of England squad

Clark was ruled out of England's summer tour of South Africa last year and the autumn internationals

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