He’s done it again. Daniel Jarvis was seen regularly in the summer, during the England v India Test cricket series, and now it seems he’s switched his attention to the Autumn Nations Series.
Prankster Daniel Jarvis – known online as Jarvo 69 – had become a fixture of the cricketing summer after making it onto the pitch in three separate incidents during the Test series between England and India this year, even steaming in to deliver a ball to Moeen Ali and running into Jonny Bairstow, at the Oval. But after his exploits in cricket, he has now appeared in rugby.
After lining up alongside the All Blacks last Saturday in Cardiff, he’s now joined the Japan side in Dublin.
Here he is making his debut for New Zealand last week.
After getting kicked out of the stadium, Jarvis took to Twitter to say, “I just made my rugby debut for New Zealand facing the mighty Wales!” and then later posted the video (above) showing exactly how he slipped past security to line up with the All Blacks.
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BRONZE MEDAL. Jonny May (England) – 10.59 m/s
The Gloucester wingers best recorded time is 10.59 metres per second, which equates to 23.68 miles per hour, while playing for England against the Barbarians in 2018.