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The RUCK England rugby player emoji quiz answers revealed

Inspired by Wales Online’s global rugby stars quiz, we’re challenging you to name these England players past and present based on nothing more than a series of emojis.

Some clues link to the phonetic sounds of a player’s name, while others aren’t as simple as that but you’ll have to use the clues to work out who it is.

Have a go and see how many answers you can get from the list below: the answers can be found at the bottom of this article.


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ANSWERS:

1. Will Carling

2. Mike Brown

3. Lewis Moody

4. Ben Cohen

5. Anthony Watson

6. Maro Itoje

7. Neil Back

8. Luke Cowan-Dickie

9. Sam Underhill

10. Will Greenwood


The Team Voted The Greatest England XV Of All Time By Fans

Fullback: Jason Robinson – 76%

Known as Billy Whizz, this former rugby league star proved a hugely successful convert to Union. A lethal runner from full-back or wing, he was a nightmare to mark in one-on-one situations. Had a knack of scoring memorable tries on the big stage.


Winger: Rory Underwood – 57% 

England’s highest try scorer, with 49, and a player of undeniable attacking class. Many of his tries for England are classics of the game. Give him the ball, point him in the direction of the try-line, sit back and applaud.


Centre: Jeremy Guscott – 58%

The Prince of Centres,’ was how Guscott was described by Clive Woodward. And he wasn’t wrong.


Centre: Will Greenwood – 70%

A tall, stylish and astute centre who had a particular penchant for scoring tries against Wales. At 6ft 4ins, Greenwood had a physical presence himself but it was the judgement he brought to the field of play that marks him out. Everything you could want in a modern day inside centre and more. He is sorely missed.


Winger: Ben Cohen – 45%

‘Big Ben’ brought beef to England’s backs in the Clive Woodward era, and was a reliable finisher. Cohen scored 31 tries in 57 appearances and won the World Cup in 2003.

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