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The full-back has scored over 350 points for Wales

Rugby round-up: Bath score too many for Chiefs

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Sexton plots downfall of English pretenders

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Wilkinson: England are better without me in the team

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No 9 is an old head on Youngs shoulders

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Andrew Sheridan to miss rest of Six Nations

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Foden sweeps in to brush French aside

England 17 France 9: Full-back helps young England stay on course for first Grand Slam in eight years

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England's wholehearted captain is important to his team not just for the calibre of support he pulls in

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England's World Cup-winner is not used to sitting on the bench so he wants his place back – but only on merit

Now it's French who have the beef

Gallic centres may lack flair of old but Johnson's men must now be wary of their power

Martin Johnson allows England players to return to club duty

England manager Martin Johnson has confirmed that 18 members of his RBS 6 Nations squad will be available for club duty this weekend.

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