Steve Borthwick has announced that reinforcements will bolster England’s lineup for their upcoming 2024 Six Nations match in two weeks’ time.
England faced a tough battle to secure victory in Saturday’s match against Wales. Despite Wales holding the lead for much of the game, England managed to regain control in the final moments.
England encountered difficulties early on, conceding an early try and receiving two yellow cards in quick succession. Despite scoring a try through Ben Earl, George Ford missed the conversion due to pressure from the Welsh defense.
In the end, England secured a hard-fought 16-14 victory with George Ford successfully kicking the winning penalty.
Following the match, Steve Borthwick expressed his satisfaction that three players will rejoin the squad ahead of the upcoming clash against Scotland at Murrayfield.
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England and British and Irish Lions hooker Luke Cowan-Dickie joined Sharks from Exeter Chiefs ahead of the 2023/24 Gallagher Premiership season. He played 165 times for the Chiefs and scored 41 tries after coming through the club’s academy.
Originally a loosehead prop, Luke made his professional debut for the Chiefs in 2011 in an Amlin Challenge Cup clash against Cavalieri Prato. A switch to hooker and a dual-registered spell at Plymouth Albion followed before he was fast-tracked into Rob Baxter’s first team.
Luke made his international debut in 2015 starred in England’s run to the 2019 World Cup final. He was selected for the 2020 British and Irish Lions tour to South Africa, and played in all three test matches against the world champions.