Sport Jonny Wilkinson of England kicks the winning drop goal during extra time in the Rugby World Cup Final match between Australia and England at Telstra Stadium in 2003

It is 10-years to the day since England lifted the Webb Ellis trophy

O'Driscoll hails 'smart' display

Brian O'Driscoll was delighted to see Ireland finally put "the whole package" together as they beat England 24-8 to end Martin Johnson's RBS 6 Nations Grand Slam dream.

Martin Johnson backs World Cup venue change

England manager Martin Johnson has acknowledged that World Cup organisers have made a tough but correct decision in moving matches away from Christchurch.

Martin Johnson: 'That's not a bad way to go into next week. It will focus everyone's minds'

Johnson happy to see England tested ahead of Grand Slam crunch match in Dublin next week

England must be smart against Scotland says Martin Johnson

Martin Johnson has placed England on a war footing ahead of Sunday's Calcutta Cup showdown with a "desperate" and winless Scotland side at Twickenham.

Courtney Lawes available for England against Scotland

Courtney Lawes has declared himself available for England's RBS 6 Nations meeting with Scotland on Sunday after completing 80 minutes for the first time in two months yesterday.

Borthwick's men fight like Tigers to win

Leicester Tigers 14 Saracens 15: Saracens pack earn penalties and Goode kicks them to take first league double over champions

Tindall: Now you're seeing the real Johnson

It will be quite a meeting of minds. Martin Johnson, manager of England, and Andy Robinson, coach of Scotland, have been either pulling for each other or pushing against each other for a full two decades now – they fought hammer and tongs during their playing days with Leicester and Bath respectively before Robinson helped coach Johnson to World Cup glory in 2003 – so when the two men take up the Calcutta Cup cudgels at Twickenham nine days from now, the contest will have a whole history attached to it.

Martin Johnson warns England about wounded Scotland

Martin Johnson has warned England how desperate Scotland will be to wreck their Grand Slam dreams at Twickenham a week on Sunday.

Martin Johnson tells England to target 'fragile' France

Martin Johnson has demanded England prey on France's fragility on the road by turning Twickenham into a bearpit for tomorrow's pivotal RBS 6 Nations showdown.

Struggling Wasps stung by Staunton

Leicester Tigers 21 London Wasps 12: Leicester fly-half scores interception try to keep Tigers top of table

Martin Johnson plays down Chris Ashton celebrations

England manager Martin Johnson today encouraged Chris Ashton to continue his showboating by declaring: "We are not here to stamp on people's personalities".

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.

'We knew how dangerous he was but could do nothing to stop him'

Italy coach Nick Mallett admits 'outstanding' wing Ashton and team-mate Flood were just too good

Flood and Youngs form heart of new generation

One side based their game plan around their one world-class player, a forward. The other, reflective of an approach far removed from traditional diktat, planned around the attacking skills of three backs and passed a half-century for the first time in four years.

Martin Johnson ‘Toby is very smart. He did a great job. A fantastic job overall'

Johnson pays tribute to his No 10 but says developing England still have areas where they can improve
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