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Chain reduces prices in stores at risk from nearby competition

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Goode, Cole, Wood and Launchbury can go the distance but, for all the academies, the jury is out on the rest

Pat Lambie, of South Africa, practises his handling this week

Wounded England set for back-row battle royal

Red rose look to tough it out against South Africa and beat them for the first time in six years

Stuart Lancaster, the newly appointed England coach

Exeter season catches eye of England head coach Stuart Lancaster

Exeter's memorable season that has been highlighted by Heineken Cup qualification for the first time could soon receive recognition from Stuart Lancaster.

Skip hired: Chris Robshaw will lead England in Scotland

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Joe Simpson did any number of stretches and got a pat on the back from the fourth official, but all his twitches on the Dublin touchline last weekend came to nought as time ran out for the Wasps scrum-half to make a Test debut.

Lawrence Dallaglio impressed by England progress

Lawrence Dallaglio thinks England have come a long way under the tutelage of Martin Johnson but believes there are a lot of improvements that can still be made.

Scans reveal Lewis Moody suffering mild ligament strain

England captain Lewis Moody will be given every chance to prove his fitness for the Rugby World Cup after suffering a mild ligament strain in his right knee.

Johnson's men take reality check

After Dublin defeat, England's World Cup hopes look lost in fog of uncertainty

Wood growing up as England start to pull up trees

The parallels are too easy to draw. Yes, England have won their first three games in the Six Nations' Championship, and the last time they achieved such a feat was 2003, when a Six Nations Grand Slam was followed by victory in New Zealand and Australia, then by the World Cup triumph.

Edwards rules himself out of Wasps' top job

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Roberts picks up speed as a juggernaut approaches

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