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Rob Baxter: My Exeter mission is far from over

av Brian Moore's Full Contact Rugby | Publicerades 10/26/2020

Seven months after the 2020 Six Nations was ground to a halt we are back for the final round of fixtures this weekend! Joining Brian in studio this week is former England and Newcastle centre Tom May. England need to guarantee a bonus point win at the bare minimum when they take on Italy in Rome but their preparations have been dealt a blow after their warm up game with the Barbarians was called off due to a breach in protocol from a collection of Ba Baa's players. Ireland and France are the other two sides in with a chance of winning the competition, both picked up convincing wins at the weekend ahead of their own showdown in Paris on Saturday night. Elsewhere England's Women were crowned Six Nations Champions for the second year running. We speak with Red Roses captain Sarah Hunter about her experience of winning the title whilst watching from home and how she plans to make it back to back Grand Slams this weekend. The Domestic season has also reached its conclusion and it's a big congratulations to Exeter Chiefs who overcame Wasps in the Gallagher Premiership Final. It's a second trophy in a week for Exeter who lifted the Champions Cup earlier in the month. Director of Rugby Rob Baxter has been linked with the England role but he tells us there is still work to do at Sandy Park. Plus we tackle all your questions and look at some of the amazing work done by volunteers at grassroots level during the turbulent last 6 months. For 30 days' free access to the Telegraph: telegraph.co.uk/contact For more details about the Mitsubishi Motors Volunteer Recognition Programme with England Rugby visit  https://www.englandrugby.com/participation/volunteers/mitsubishi-motors-volunteer-recognition-programme

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