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What happened next to 2016’s five England Rugby wonderkids

#4. George Perkins

  • Age: 27
  • Position: Winger
  • Caps: 0

What they said: The speedy wing has a 100m time best of 10.86secs and played in every Six Nations match after winning his first cap and scoring on his debut against England at Colwyn Bay. Bagged a second try against France in the final game at Brighton as England lifted the title for the fourth time in five years. Mother Diana represented Wales as a schoolgirl sprinter.

Where they are now: Perkins joined Bristol Bear sat the start of the 2017/18 season, where he joined up with Pat Lam. However, During an injury hit spell in the West Country, Academy winger Perkins did not make a league outing for the Bears before leaving by mutual consent. He was last known to be playing for Westcombe Park in London 1 South.

George Perkins of England goes over for a try during the U20’s Six Nations match between England and Italy 13th February 2015 at Brickfields Stadium, Plymouth PHOTO: Mandatory by-line: Tom Sandberg/Pinnacle – Photo Agency Ltd Tel: +44(0)1363 881025 – Mobile:0797 1270 681 – VAT Reg No: 183700120 -130215 – SPORT-RUGBY UNION- U20’s Six Nations Championship-Brickfields,Plymouth,Devon,England,UK

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