Summer Social: 'England will not relax' - Ford

  • Ford says England are ready to give everything
  • England play Australia in second Test match this Saturday

Wednesday's edition of the Summer Social looks at the U20s team selection ahead of tonight's game against Australia and all the latest from the Senior squad ahead of Saturday's Test against the Wallabies. Summer Social brings you a round-up of the best social media and news stories for every England team competing around the world.


George Ford says England will not rest on their laurels as they try to secure a series victory this weekend in Melbourne. (Sky Sports)

England flanker Chris Robshaw senses history in the making as they prepare to silence critics following their Rugby World cup exit last year. (Guardian)

The GB Sevens team have returned from their off-shore training camp to play in the Mitsubishi Motors Exeter 7s in July. (Premiership Rugby)

England Head Coach Martin Haag has made five changes to his side for their final pool game of the World Rugby Under 20 Championship. - Read the full story on

South Africa A coach Johan Ackermann has made wholesale changes to his team for Friday’s final match against the England Saxons. (South Africa Rugby)

England second row Joe Launchbury says the squad have quickly moved on from the 28-39 win over Australia in Brisbane to focus on the second Test in Melbourne.

Rugby World Cup-winning Wallaby Tim Horan says England coach Eddie Jones has out-thought Wallabies mentor Michael Cheika in their three-Test series. (SBS)

England lock George Kruis has targeted their defence as an area that needs improving ahead of the second Test match against Australia in Melbourne on Saturday. - Read the full story on

Wallabies hooker Tatafu Polota-Nau admits the AAMI Park, where they will play England in Melbourne, has a worryingly unstable surface, but one that both sides will simply have to come to terms with in Saturday's crucial second Test. (Sports Fan)

James Chisholm and Charlie Ewels take you behind the scenes as the Saxons prepare for their second game against South Africa A on Friday 17 June (710pm, Sky Sports 3).


Here's the lineup for tonight's U20 game in Manchester.

England Sevens legend James Rodwell is back up and running again.

Here's a throwback to when the GB Women's Sevens team won the Plate in Russia last weekend.

Who knew Jack Nowell was once a Simpsons character?