- New Backs and Attack coach joins U20s
- Rory Teague talks about his first week in Camp
England U20s kick off their Six Nations campaign this weekend against Scotland and new attack and backs coach Rory Teague, who joined from Saracens, is looking forward to his first taste of the action.
Teague played one game for Gloucester during his playing career before enjoying spells at Grenoble and Bristol, but his coaching career is going from strength to strength.
He began coaching at Harrow School where he guided Maro Itoje from a young age, before moving to Wasps and then Saracens as an Academy coach.
"The boys are very much focused on working hard for each other, playing for each other and making each other shine," said Teague as he drove back from his first England U20s camp in Loughborough.
"We're going to see a team that is very adaptive, we'll play to whatever the opposition throw at us and I think we have the ability to play with a high tempo and throw the ball around."
"I'm very, very confident that come the Six Nations the boys will be there putting on a show for everyone back home."
- Teague's cousin is former England and British and Irish Lion Mike Teague, who earned 27 caps for the red rose in the back row from 1985-1993.
- Teague speaks fluent French, thanks to his time at Grenoble.
- England's new recruit believes his greatest day in rugby was helping coach Saracens to their LV Cup title in 2015 but nobody will let him forget missing a kick against Downside School to take Hartpury College through to the quarter-finals of the Schools Cup in 2002.