England fans are all saying the same thing about Jack Willis' performance in the Champions Cup final - Ruck

England fans are all saying the same thing about Jack Willis’ performance in the Champions Cup final

Toulouse’s Thomas Ramos kicked three extra-time penalties to secure a thrilling victory over Leinster in the Investec Champions Cup final at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

While Antoine Dupont deservedly earned the man of the match accolade, Englishman Jack Willis delivered a stellar performance.

One of his many key contributions came at the 50-minute mark when he disrupted Dan Sheehan in a maul, thwarting another Leinster advance. Although he didn’t make any flashy runs, he consistently took the ball to the line and made over 40 tackles.

His exceptional performance left many fans and former teammates longing to see the flanker play for England. However, current RFU rules prevent players outside the Premiership from representing the national team.

Former England and Wasps scrum-half Dan Robson wrote: “Imagine if Jack Willis was allowed to play for England…….”

JIm Hamilton Added: “Jack Willis for England now. Let’s stop this old skool madness.”

The Times rugby correspondent Alex Lowe added: “It’s not hard to see why Jack Willis is loving life in Toulouse. The fans chant his name and the team play some scintillating rugby.”

Another fan commented: “Jack Willis simply has to play for England, no matter where he plies his trade. 40 tackles, god knows how many turnovers. Different gravy.”

A second said: “Incredible game from the Englishman. Ridiculous that England wilfully wont pick him. Was v good b4 he went to France. Now world class,”

Jack Willis belongs in an England shirt. Some player. Forced from the premiership,” added a third.



Get ready for a surprising revelation from renowned rugby referee Nigel Owens, as he unveils his list of the top five captains he has officiated.

#5. Chris Robshaw (England)

The flanker is a former English rugby union player who captained the national team from 2012 to 2015.

Known for his exceptional work rate and leadership skills, Robshaw was a dynamic flanker who made a significant impact on the field. He enjoyed a successful club career with Harlequins, where he played for over a decade. Robshaw’s dedication and commitment to the sport earned him numerous accolades and the respect of his peers.

Off the field, he is admired for his philanthropic efforts, using his platform to support various charitable causes.

Owens said: “Some people will be surprised at this one to start off. His misfortune was perhaps to be leading England during a difficult time, but he always gave everything for the cause, encouraging others to follow suit, and he was a nice guy off the pitch.”