Chris Ashton

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English lock George Kruis is off to the Panasonic Wild Knights in Japan. Photograph: Getty Images

After England’s last match, back in March, Eddie Jones was asked to say a few words about George Kruis, whose impending move to Japan would bring a ha(...)

Ronan O’Gara kicks the winning drop goal in Munster’s win over Northampton in the Heineken Cup   at Thomond Park in November 2011. Photograph: David Rogers/Getty Images

Phase 1 Tomás O’Leary sets the tone. Running from the back of the scrum, the Munster scrumhalf is stopped 10 metres from the visitors’ 22. The ball i(...)

 Chris Ashton left Sale after “a disagreement on how we want to play the game”. Photograph: PA

Harlequins have signed England international wing Chris Ashton following his departure from Sale Sharks. The 32-year-old will join them with immediate(...)

England’s Six Nations build-up has been overshadowed by Saracens’ relegation from the Premiership for salary cap breaches. Photograph: PA

The disciplinary report that led to Saracens being relegated from the Premiership found the club’s owner, Nigel Wray, broke the rules by entering into(...)

Wales’  Corey Hill, who scored a try  against England. Photograph:Tommy Dickson/Inpho

The Six Nations championship mid-term report card highlights Wales as the star pupils, unbeaten three-fifths of the way through the tournament and the(...)

Jack Nowell will start for England in Cardiff.  Photograph: David Rogers/Getty Images

Jack Nowell has been restored to the right wing for England’s Six Nations title clash with Wales in place of the injured Chris Ashton. Nowell excelle(...)

England’s Chris Ashton will miss the Six Nations trip to play Wales in Cardiff. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

England wing Chris Ashton will miss out on Saturday’s Six Nations title clash with Wales because of a calf injury. Ashton started the 44-8 victory ov(...)

 Chris Ashton kicks through for England’s third try  against France  on Sunday. Photograph:  Warren Little/Getty Images

Every once in a while an international rugby tournament will unearth a new tactic, or at any rate, a rehashing of an old one. Think back to the 2007 W(...)

Jonny May of England touches down to score their second try during the Six Nations win over France. Photo: James Crombie/Inpho

England 44 France 8 Those wanting to know if England’s opening win in Dublin was a one-off now have their answer. Once again there was no stopping Ed(...)

 England’s Chris Ashton   touches down for the first try against All Blacks during their Test match at Twickenham in  November   2018. Photograph: Getty Images

It does not take long in Chris Ashton’s company to get the feeling he is still pinching himself. Since returning to the England fold last autumn he ha(...)

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