History of The England National Rugby Union Team

The History of the England national rugby union team covers the period from 1871, when England played Scotland in the first ever rugby union international, to the present day.

Read more about History Of The England National Rugby Union Team:  First Match, 1870–1899, 1900-1939, 1940-1979, 1980-1999, 2000-2003, 2004-2006, 2007-2008

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History Of The England National Rugby Union Team - 2007-2008
... England won 42–20, Jonny Wilkinson scoring 27 of England's points ... The next fixture was against Italy at Twickenham, which England won 20–7 ... England's third match of the tournament was against Ireland, at Croke Park ...

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