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Jonny Hill rushes to the aid of England teammate Jamie George after brutal knockout

Sale Sharks lock Jonny Hill rushed to the aid of England teammate Jamie George after the Saracens hooker was brutally knocked out in the Premiership final.

One commenter said: “Dips into contact. And his head goes into Tom Curry’s shoulder. Big loss for Saracens. Theo Dan on in the first 10 minutes. Echoes of the 2019 RWC Final here…”

A second wrote: “Mako having a bad back and Jamie George seeing stars seems suboptimal for England.”

Another commented: “Jamie George comes off for a HIA after a collision with Tom Curry. Theo Dan comes on in his place. Dan has been hugely impressive in his breakout campaign.”

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#1. Tom Varndell

Oxford Harlequins welcomed the former premiership record try scorer who will take on a dual role combining his rugby management career with his exceptional rugby talent.

Varndell has agreed to assume the position of Head of Rugby at Oxford Brookes University, which has close links to Oxford Harlequins.

In addition to his management role, he will also become the Head of Community at the club, while still playing for the team.


Marcus Boswell, the student sport manager at Oxford Brookes had the following to say about their star capture;

“To secure someone of Tom’s calibre, as a coach and a mentor, is of great excitement for both our current and prospective students who are looking to play rugby union,

“It goes without saying that the relationship between Oxford Brookes and Oxford Quins continues to go from strength to strength, and this announcement is another indication of that.

“We will continue to work hard in all areas of our sporting delivery and wider area of activity together, and reap the successes both on and off the pitch for our student athletes.”