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Last XV to start under Sir Clive Woodward for England: Where are they now?

Fly-half: Charlie Hodgson 

He played on for England, winning 38 caps in total, until announcing his international retirement in 2012. Transferring to Saracens, he went onto win a plethora of silverware while also becoming the top scorer in Premiership history before hanging up his boots in 2016. 


Scrum-half: Andy Gormarsall

Started the 2007 Rugby World Cup final before retiring in 2010 after finishing his club career with Harlequins and Yorkshire Carnegie. He was a co-commentator for ITV’s coverage of the 2011 Rugby World Cup, but is now building his Father’s business, Network 2 Supplies Ltd. as a Director.


Prop: Tim Payne 

The Wasps legend hung up his boots in 2013 and is now assitant strength and conditioning coach for the Newcastle Falcons. 


Hooker: Mark Regan

In February 2009, Regan announced his intention to retire at the end of the season while at Bristol. He is now Forwards Coach at Clifton Rugby Club playing a part in leading them to the South West One title and the EDF Cup Final at Twickenham. Regan is also currently involved in the buy-to-let property market, working with property investment companies Midas Estates and Property Investment Plan.


Prop: Julian White

One of the most powerful forwards in the game at the time, the tighthead played on until 2012, winning 51 caps for England. He’s since thrown himself into farming.

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