as informed in Cornwall rugby star Jack Nowell will certainly look a lot smarter when he takes to the field for England in their Six Nations opener against France at Twickenham on Saturday.
A hairy Matt Jess who made his long awaited return after injury against Wasps on Saturday.
The Exeter Chiefs wing has attracted plenty of derogatory comments in recent months for his scruffy beard and the return of his rat’s tail haircut.
Before and after for Cornwall’s Jack Nowell after his weekend makeoverThe unkempt look had come about after an agreement with a team-mate, Penzance’s Matt Jess, after the pair both suffered injuries at the same time in September.
READ: New Cornwall coaching set-up as they target Twickenham hat-trick”Obviously I am back now so I am just waiting for him.
as mentioned in Rugby sevens skipper Jen Kish, considered one of the best players in the world, returns to action this week for the first time since leading Canada to Olympic bronze.
🍁 pic.twitter.com/eOftUg0aJi — Jen kish (@jen_kish) January 28, 2017Following Rio, Tait lost Olympians Kelly Russell, Karen Paquin, Elissa Alarie and Olympic alternate Magali Harvey to the 15s national team.
READ MORE: Rio 2016: Friends, fiancée of women’s rugby sevens captain Jen Kish cheer as Canada clinches bronzeThe 28-year-old from Edmonton makes her HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series season debut in Sydney after missing the first event in Dubai with a neck injury.
Tomorrow we take on Ireland & Australia in friendly scrimmages 🏉 Sydney7sPrep pic.twitter.com/5yXApNYIQA — Jen kish (@jen_kish) January 26, 2017The Canadians arrived Down Under last week, with scrimmages against Ireland and Australia in the leadup to the tournament.
READ MORE: Canadian sevens event seen as launch padThe Canadian women downed Brazil, Spain and England on Day 1 but were beaten 17-7 by Russia in the Cup quarter-final to open Day 2.
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Australian rugby star Matt Giteau to leave Toulon for Japan
He described his spell at Toulon, the club he joined in 2011, as “the best period of my rugby career”.
“I want to also thank the Toulon fans who will remain in my heart.”
Toulon (France) (AFP) – Matt Giteau on Monday announced his departure from Toulon at the end of the French Top 14 season to embark on a new chapter in his career in Japan.
Giteau won three consecutive European crowns with Toulon from 2013 to 2015, and the Top 14 title in 2014.
He told his French fans: “My main objective now is to win titles for this historic club.”
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