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PODCAST – Twickenham gears up for sold out Army Navy clash

01 May 2014

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  • Twickenham gets ready for sold out Army Navy 2014
Action from the Army Navy game

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On this week’s RFU Podcast we hear from the armed services as they prepare to take over Twickenham this weekend for the annual Army v Navy clash.

In front of a sell-out crowd, Army captain Lance Sergeant Matthew Dwyer says that he can’t wait for it. “I’m trying to keep my feet on the ground,” he said. “But we’re all pretty excited. It’ll be the highlight of my life to be honest – minus the birth of my two kids – I couldn’t have asked for anything better, it’ll be a great occasion.”

From the Navy, Dave Pascoe captains the side for the ninth successive year and he says that it’s tough to prepare for such as big game, but is “expecting another tough game”.

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Also on this week’s Podcast:

  • England defence coach Andy Farrell went to Manor Park RFC in Nuneaton to run a session. He said “This is proper rugby, this is what it’s all about and we want people to be proud of what we’re doing at senior level.”
  • Finally, England skipper Chris Robshaw tells us about Quins’ link with GB wheelchair rugby, saying that it’s “brilliant and we can learn from each other.”