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Monday, February 25, 2013

Prop Luke Cowan-Dickie flick pass sets up try for England U20 vs France U20

 

England beat France 40-10 in their Under-20's Six Nations game at Sixways at the weekend. England led just 6-3 at halftime, but found their feet in the second half as France tired. Here's a quick look at two of the best tries from the high scoring game.

With ten minutes left in the game England lifted the tempo and captain Jack Clifford got his second try, thanks in part to a superb tap on from prop Luke Cowan-Dickie. Wing Henry Purdy completed the effort later on, scoring in the corner after a good run from Ben Howard.

Both tries were uploaded by the official RFU channel, and after a few requests for another look at the Cowan-Dickie flick pass, we thought such a good piece of skill needed to be shared.

After three matches played, Wales top the U20 Six Nations table with 6 points, followed by England and Scotland on 4 points, then Ireland and France on 2 points. Italy are yet to win a game.

Posted at 10:00 am | 8 comments

Posted in See it to Believe it

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fastmongrel February 25, 2013 1:30 pm

So good to see youngsters playing with skill and the nerve to do something different

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Lilian February 25, 2013 7:41 pm

It's funny how the best action in the game was actually coming from french side (Fofana try), but some people rather not show it so england does not look ridiculous ...

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twpritch February 25, 2013 9:13 pm

Mate, they got smoked 40-10, how could you possibly complain about the france highlight not being shown?

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Laurie Essy February 25, 2013 9:19 pm

because this was and under 20's game and Wesley Fofana is not 'under 20'

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Hamsandwhich February 26, 2013 12:35 pm

It's great to see you've done your research there before commenting

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browner March 01, 2013 1:04 pm

Doh...................!!!!!

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browner March 01, 2013 2:17 pm

Cowan-Dickie is a future star IMO, for the following reasons

1] Being able to recognise exactly what was needed in that 'blitz defence' moment
2] having the skill set to attempt it
3] executing it
4] daring to wear a mullet

all these make him a stand out prospect , RFU recognise this already as they've started his media training in the U20's

Although I'm amazed he & his parents didn't stay in Worcester Clubhouse to watch the main Eng v France 6N on the big screen . . . . .

. . . . which begs the question........ are they player/parents or 'fans' of the sport ?

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Seagrove March 15, 2013 11:22 pm

Have you driven from Cornwall to Worcester and back in a day? I can understand why they didn't wanna hang around.

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