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Wilkinson takes on England captaincy

Jonny Wilkinson, a superstar sportsman blessed with the dedication of a monk and the wild streak of a middle-ranking civil servant, will captain England for the foreseeable future - a future the world champions feared they might be forced to face without the services of their peerless marksman-in-chief.

Cohen dropped by ruthless Saints

England's search for 2007 is Harry's gain

A blank space in the visitors' book where the name Woodward used to be will not be the only change when the England squad check into their Bagshot hotel tomorrow. The 54 players mustering under Andy Robinson's charge for the first time show a more or less even split between those with a World Cup winner's medal to their name, and those whose dreams are driven by achieving a similar feat in 2007.

Stock Exchange censures media company Incite for concealment

Incite, the sports text messaging group which hired England rugby star Lawrence Dallaglio as a director, has been censured for concealing the perilous state of its finances from investors.

Lawrence Dallaglio: The England captain who said 'enough is enough' and walked away

When Lawrence Dallaglio walked into the late-night bar of the Hilton Hotel in Brisbane a couple of hours after England's 36-point defeat at the hands of the Wallabies last June and pronounced himself "suicidal", no one among his handful of listeners felt compelled to phone the Samaritans on his behalf.

Jonathan Davies: The biggest blow is the departure of the great Dallaglio

Coaches of the other Six Nations teams watching the upheaval in the England camp last week would have taken more heart from the retirement of Lawrence Dallaglio than they would have from the departure of Sir Clive Woodward.

Dallaglio poised to retire from Test career

The England captain, Lawrence Dallaglio, looks set to announce his international retirement today.

Dallaglio's timing could not be worse for England

The fall of the House of Woodward, a calamity in progress since the final whistle blew on England's last-minute World Cup victory in Australia last November, produced another significant pile of sporting rubble yesterday when it emerged that Lawrence Dallaglio was preparing to announce his retirement from international rugby.

Wasps and Tigers set for heavyweight clash

The Heineken Cup holders, Wasps, have been drawn in the same pool as Leicester Tigers - the first time two English sides have faced each other in the group stages - for this year's premier European competition.

Dallaglio doubt deepens England worries

England have quite enough on their collective plate without losing their proud and determined captain, Lawrence Dallaglio, for important training sessions in the build-up to this weekend's grand - or, judging by the performances in All Black country, not so grand - tour finale against the Wallabies. But they lost him yesterday. Dallaglio aggravated an old hand injury during last Saturday's defeat by New Zealand in Auckland and was in sufficient discomfort to make his apologies and view the latest preparations from the touchline.

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