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PODCAST – Six Nations reflection for England teams

22 March 2012

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England captain Chris Robshaw in action against Ireland during the 2012 RBS 6 Nations

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In this week’s RFU Podcast we wrap up the 2012 RBS 6 Nations and hear from captain Chris Robshaw after England’s impressive 30-9 win against the Irish while interim Head Coach Stuart Lancaster delivers us his tournament debrief.

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With four wins from five games, Robshaw cuts a happy figure: “Hugely honoured doesn’t even cover it to be honest.,” he said. “I’m just extremely proud, we have a great group of lads and hopefully we can take this English team forward. The crowds for both home fixtures have been outstanding and it was nice to pay them back with a win against Ireland.

“The coaching staff have been superb throughout the campaign and I think that we’ve shown that we want to go out there and win for them.”

Lancaster, whose interim contact expires on March 31, added: “My role was always to take over the job for the Six Nations and it was all about building foundations, but how it unfolds from now is out of my control.”

Also in this week’s podcast:

Burns on fire: Gloucester ace Freddie burns on being named Aviva Premiership player of the month and his England aspirations

Hunting for success: England Under 20 head coach Rob Hunter reflects on another Six Nations title while looking ahead to the Junior World Championship in South Africa this June

Sevens heaven: England Sevens pair Charlie Walker and Dan Norton look ahead to the Hong Kong Sevens

Street’s ahead: As the England Women collect their seventh successive Six Nations title – this time without conceding a try – we hear from head coach Gary Street

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