England got their Autumn Nations Cup campaign off to a flying start with a dominant 40-0 bonus-point triumph against Georgia at Twickenham.
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Debutant Jack Willis opened the try-scoring in a dream start to his international career, before Jamie George forced the ball down twice in three minutes from two rolling mauls.
Speedster Elliot Daly added a fourth to secure the bonus-point before half-time after an impressive break in midfield from Jonathan Joseph.
The hooker then completed his hat-trick with a replica of his first two scores before replacement scrum-half Dan Robson darted over to complete the scoring for the hosts..
RUCK’S MAN OF THE MATCH: JAMIE GEORGE
The 30-year-old became the first hooker in England history to score a hat-trick in a test match. Solid at the set-piece too. George is odds on to start for the British & Irish Lions in South Africa for a reason.
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England vs Georgia player ratings:
ENGLAND PLAYER RATINGS: Elliot Daly 8, Jonathan Joseph 7, Ollie Lawrence 6, Henry Slade 6, Jonny May 6, Owen Farrell (c) 7, Ben Youngs 6, Ellis Genge 7, Jamie George 9, Will Stuart 8, Charlie Ewels 7, Joe Launchbury 7, Maro Itoje 8, Jack Willis 8, Billy Vunipola 7
Replacements: Tom Dunn 6, Mako Vunipola 7 , Kyle Sinckler 7, Ben Earl 6, Tom Curry 6, Dan Robson 6, Max Malins 5, Joe Marchant 7
GEORGIA PLAYER RATINGS: Lasha Khmaladze 5, Akaki Tabutsadze 6, Giorgi Kveseladze 5, Merab Sharikadze (c) 6, Sandro Svanidze 4, Tedo Abzhandadze 6, Gela Aprasidze 6, Beka Gorgadze 5, Giorgi Tkhilaishvili 7, Beka Saghinadze 6, Grigol Kerdikoshvili 6, Lasha Jaiani 5, Beka Gigashvili 7, Shalva Mamukashvili 6, Mikheil Nariashvili 6
Replacements: Jaba Bregvadze 5, Guram Gogichashvili 5, Lexo Kaulashvili 5, Otar Giorgadze 4, Tornike Jalagonia 4, Vasil Lobzhanidze 3, Deme Tapladze 4, Sandro Todua 4
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LIST | 5 lesser known siblings of current England stars
They may be less popular and have less fans than their England international sibling, but this fact doesn’t make them less awesome as they make their own way in the game.
1. Tom Cowan-Dickie, brother of Luke
A product of the Penzance & Newlyn RFC’s youth section, Tom initially developed his rugby through the club and at Mounts Bay School, as did his younger brother Luke. The 28-year-old, who also plays hooker, first joined the Cornish Pirates in 2010, and signed a new two-year deal in May 2020.