Sport Leigh Halfpenny celebrates Cardiff's Amlin Challenge Cup final win over Toulon in 2010

The full-back has scored over 350 points for Wales

Newcastle signed Tim Visser as a flanker – he is now a winger

Flying Dutchman who makes Edinburgh rock

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England exile Danny Cipriani is to return to his home country after signing a three-year deal with Sale.

<b>15. Ben Foden (England)</b><br/>
Ben's recent performances for the Northampton Saints has really put down the marker on why he should start for England. He is a real attacking force and with his speed and ability to make ground from deep positions, this for me, makes him top player.

Ben Foden set to rejoin England squad

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James Lawton: Lancaster needs spirit of Skinner to stop RFU selecting 'dream ticket'

Some at Twickenham are said to be positively restive over the possibility of a foreign takeover

Gethin Jenkins is expected to join Toulon

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England’s Mouritz Botha is given a Scottish welcome as Chris Cusiter brings him down

Lancaster's gait makes it all look like a stroll

England's caretaker appeared unfazed under the spotlight, writes Simon Turnbull at Murrayfield

Ben Foden admits he was at fault for a French try during England's World Cup quarter-final defeat

Foden: a back for the future

England full-back Ben Foden opens up to Hugh Godwin about his pregnant pop-star girlfriend, rubbing shoulder pads with Elton John and that infamous World Cup diary

Toby Flood's knees are set to give Leicester and England a problem

Leicester need Twelvetrees to ease Flood pain

Weekend Preview: England's No 10 is out for a month but the Tigers can still muster a winning back line

Jonny Wilkinson: a career in pictures

Jonny Wilkinson has announced his retirement from international rugby.

Wales coach Warren Gatland takes the World Cup cycle seriously

Whoever gets the England job must start by inflicting shock of the new

Johnson successor must not worry about Six Nations results as much as blooding kids for next World Cup

England stuck a finger up and had it rammed down their throats

Clean-living Wales expose Johnson and his men's calamitous campaign, but the English still can't see it

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James Lawton: Johnson invests faith in Wilkinson's steady hands and lion heart

What Jonny Wilkinson has now he will have always. It is a set of certainties, an absolute understanding of what he can do and, just as crucially, what he can't

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