RBS 6 Nations 2015 player diary 3

  • Dan Cole, George Ford and Dave Attwood on the player diary
  • Informal chat and exclusive footage from the England camp

In the third of England Rugby TV’s 2015 RBS 6 Nations player diaries, England’s Dan Cole, George Ford and Dave Attwood bring you up-to-date with what's been happening at the end of the Wales Test week.

Former Leicester Tigers teammates Cole and Ford discuss the morning training session on team announcement day before recalling what Ford was actually doing when Cole first set eyes on the now 21 year-old.

The pair play in vastly different but equally crucial positions, tight-head prop and fly half, and are full of admiration for what the other man produces on the field.

Bath Rugby No.10 Ford has never played at the Millennium Stadium cauldron before and is treated to a short tutorial on what it will be like from three-time visitor Cole.

Fellow Bath Rugby man Attwood updates from pitchside in Cardiff after the team’s captain’s run, outlining how critical the session was for a lineout caller such as himself.

The giant lock is one of eight England starters makes a first appearance at the iconic stadium and is thoroughly looking forward to soaking up every part of the experience.

After building a fort of pillows to ward off would-be seat sharers on the coach journey to Wales, Attwood explains what he will do during the day to relax before the 8:05pm kick off.

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