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PODCAST – Championship winners, European finals and Sevens titles

19 May 2011

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Worcester Warriors Head Coach Richard Hill with the RFU Championship Trophy

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The Championship winners celebrate, Harlequins and Northampton prepare for their European finales and England and New Zealand go head to head at the Emirates Airline London Sevens on this week's podcast.

Worcester Warriors head coach Richard Hill was relieved to have booked a return to the Aviva Premiership at the first time of asking after the 25-20 second leg victory against the Cornish Pirates.

Hill told the podcast: "It's been a long journey, every week's been a battle but this is a reward for all the people who've put so much hard work in."

Drew Locke, the Pirates try-scorer at Sixways, insisted his side will be back next season.

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  • Euro Stars – Lawrence Dallaglio gives his overview of the Amlin Cup and Heineken Cup finals. We hear from two England flankers up against each other tomorrow night - Stade Francais man James Haskell and Harlequins captain Chris Robshaw - and Northampton Saints fly half Stephen Myler sizes up the challenge of facing Leinster on Saturday at the Millennium Stadium
  • World party – The record-breaking Emirates Airline London Sevens returns to Twickenham this weekend with England and New Zealand battling it out for the HSBC Sevens World Series crown. England captain Ben Gollings and New Zealand skipper DJ Forbes size up the race for the title but Australia coach Michael O'Connor won't give up the silverware without a fight

The podcast takes you inside English rugby from the grassroots to the elite.