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Andrew Elliott Andrew has been a sports journalist for more than 20 years, contributing to the Daily Express, Rugby World, Evening Standard, The Sunday Times, Daily Mirror and The Mail on Sunday. His highlights include covering the 2015 World Cup, numerous Six Nations and autumn internationals and being told to 'F*** off' by New Zealand's World Cup-winning coach Steve Hansen after asking a question he didn't like in a press conference.   Andrew had a (very) brief, (very) amateur and (very) undistinguished rugby career playing for the Vale of Lune, Jesmond Jaguars, Old Emanuel RFC and a Rugby Writers XV who recorded a memorable victory over a Houses of Parliament XV. Through the mists of time, he can still occasionally recollect playing with or against (or getting punished by) Steve Borthwick, Iain Balshaw, Phil Christophers and Erik Lund.   He has ghost-written newspaper columns for former England stars Jonny Wilkinson, Ben Cohen and Charlie Hodgson.   

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Troisième week-end de folie à la Coupe du Monde de Rugby 2023

Les Gallois de Warren Gatland laissent les Wallabies d'Eddie Jones dans la crainte d'une première élimination en phase de poules…

Andrew Elliott

USA legend Todd Clever: 'We got 'out-passioned' - and that was really hard to see'

The two-time World Cup captain was distraught to see USA missing out on France 2023 but he says the rebuilding job starts now

Andrew Elliott

Can Wales lift the All Black cloud of despair?

Wales are big underdogs against the All Blacks but their 92-cap lock Gareth Llewellyn believes they have to go in with no fear in …

Andrew Elliott

Evergreen Ojo sees big growth at Exiles

London Irish legend Topsy sows seeds of hope the club can become a major force in the Premiership again

Andrew Elliott

Dad's pride and joy

Ex-England captain Phil de Glanville is relishing watching his son Tom forge his own path at Bath

Andrew Elliott

Unfinished business chasing the Olympic dream

Team GB's Harry Glover has got a golden eye on the Tokyo Sevens tournament

Andrew Elliott

England's Toon army

A quartet of Newcastle Falcons will show off their wares to a wider audience and Toby Flood gives you the lowdown

Andrew Elliott

Swimming with Sharks

Sale Sharks stalwart Mark Cueto is desperate to bring the glory days back to his club.

Andrew Elliott

Bringing the good times back

Leon Lloyd made 266 appearances for the Tigers and he's hopeful silverware is just around the corner for the next generation

Andrew Elliott

Back to the future

Mike Brown is having to move on but Harlequins are in safe hands with Marcus Smith

Andrew Elliott

The need for speed

In the storied career, Tom Varndell tasted intoxicating highs and soul-searching lows but has emerged smiling

Andrew Elliott

Time to change tack

If England are to regain form, Owen Farrell needs to show more maturity when dealing with referees

Andrew Elliott

Case for the defence

Elliot Daly has vast sums of credit in the bank with England, but as Matt Perry warns, his starting berth now looks in jeopardy.

Andrew Elliott

Rise of the machines

Has the game become too driven by data or is information power?

Andrew Elliott

Don't stop believin'

Erik Lund's journey shows you don't have to tread the usual path to the top