Marcus Trescothick is thrilled to be back in England colours on a full-time basis, returning as a batting coach 15 years after a mental health battle brought a premature end to his own international career.
Jack Leach finally feels he is here to stay in Test cricket after establishing himself as England’s number one spinner during their long winter in Asia.
There are signs that fewer children are gaining places at their first choice of secondary school in a number of areas of England, a survey suggests.
Referee Pascal Gauzere has admitted to making mistakes in England’s 40-24 Guinness Six Nations defeat by Wales on Saturday.
England have added former opener Marcus Trescothick, Jon Lewis and Jeetan Patel to their full-time coaching staff.
Eddie Jones has demanded England remain unified as they “dig in” with the aim of salvaging something from their dismal Guinness Six Nations campaign.
Wales were the big winners from round three of the Guinness Six Nations after a thumping victory over England maintained their course towards the Grand Slam.
Alun Wyn Jones insists there is no Grand Slam chat in the Wales camp after his team moved ominously towards achieving another Guinness Six Nations clean sweep.
England have opted against lodging an official complaint to World Rugby over the performance of Pascal Gauzere in Saturday’s 40-24 defeat by Wales.
Nearly two million people aged 60 to 63 in England are being invited to book a coronavirus jab as part of the continued expansion of the vaccine programme.
Eddie Jones hinted strongly at his frustration with Pascal Gauzere but refused to condemn the French referee as England were dismantled 40-24 by Wales.
Wayne Pivac says there is no danger of Wales allowing themselves to be carried away by a Triple Crown triumph and thumping victory over England.
Wales won the Triple Crown and moved two victories away from a Guinness Six Nations Grand Slam after dismissing England 40-24 at the Principality Stadium.
Jonathan Trott has cautioned England’s batsmen not to get “too desperate” as they look to find a way to combat India’s rampant spinners, Ravichandran Ashwin and Axar Patel.
Former England bowler Darren Gough knows from experience how it feels to be on the right side of a two-day Test win and fears for Joe Root’s team as they look to bounce back from the wrong end of such a rapid defeat.
Alun Wyn Jones has paid a glowing tribute to team-mate George North ahead of him winning his 100th Wales cap.
Wales assistant coach Neil Jenkins has stressed a need for watertight discipline amid the “edge” and “confrontation” he expects in Saturday’s Guinness Six Nations clash against England.
England second row Jonny Hill is ready to battle a player he believes capable of winning games single-handedly for Wales.
Suggestions that UEFA is considering staging the rescheduled Euro 2020 solely in England this summer have been dismissed as “speculation” by Downing Street.
England have suffered a significant setback in their Guinness Six Nations title defence after Courtney Lawes was ruled out of the remainder of the tournament by a chest injury.
England will begin the 2023 World Cup against Argentina in Marseille, while Scotland will take on defending champions South Africa in the same city a day later.
Wales tackle fierce rivals England in the Guinness Six Nations at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on Saturday.
Players from England’s men and women’s cricket teams have had an online row following Alex Hartley’s cheeky response to Joe Root’s side suffering a two-day Test defeat to India.
England captain Joe Root invited the International Cricket Council to make its own judgement on the state of the pitch that saw his side routed inside two days in Ahmedabad, a result he felt “robbed” fans of an authentic Test match.
Eddie Jones has placed England on alert for any scheming from wily Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones when the Guinness Six Nations title rivals clash in Cardiff on Saturday.
George North says it will be “very special” to gain membership of Wales’ 100-cap club when he lines up against England on Saturday.
India opener Rohit Sharma watched 17 wickets tumble in two sessions as his side condemned England to a rare day two defeat in Ahmedabad, then insisted the chaos had unfolded on “a nice pitch to bat on”.
Joe Root refused to condemn the pitch after accepting his England side were outplayed by India in a humbling two-day third Test defeat in Ahmedabad.
Former England captain Sir Alastair Cook admitted it was tough to watch the “mayhem” of India’s rapid victory in the day-night Test due to the state of the Ahmedabad pitch.
England were on the wrong end of cricketing carnage in Ahmedabad as they succumbed to the embarrassment of a two-day defeat by India.