Harlequins legend Nick Evans posted a lovely photo of him taking his son to his first ever rugby session on Sunday.
The New Zealander retired from playing at the end of the season after becoming Quins’ record points scorer, accumulating 2,249 points in his 208 senior appearances during nine years at The Stoop.
Evans won 16 caps for New Zealand and was one of the most successful overseas imports to the Premiership, winning the title with Quins in 2012.
And Evans captioned the photo of him taking his son to his first rugby session, insisting his lad dream big of representing the All Blacks.
However, Easter had the perfect reply, suggesting that Evans boy ‘set his sights higher’ and represent England.
Set his sights higher mate 🌹
— Nick Easter (@nick_easter) November 5, 2017
Evans came back, saying “don’t make me laugh.”
Don’t make me laugh #2 https://t.co/AHF0PVLLzu
— Nick Evans (@nick10evans) November 5, 2017
For the record, we agree with Easter, ha-ha!