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Six Nations 2012

Six Nations 2012


OVEREXPOSED 2011 [No. 4]

Go Beyond The Cover

Cosmetics these days…

Jonny Wilkinson Retired From England

* Born May 25, 1979; Frimley, Surrey, England.


* Joined Newcastle Falcons in 1997 aged 18 as an inside centre, deferring his studies at Durham University.

* Made his England debut as a replacement against Ireland at Twickenham in April 1998.

* Part of the England “Tour to Hell” side in 1998 when they were thrashed by both Australia andNew Zealand.

* Made his World Cup debut in 1999, but dropped by then coach Clive Woodward for the losing quarter-final against South Africa.

* Toured twice with the British and Irish Lions. In 2001 he equalled the best individual total in a Test with 18 points against Australia.

* Voted 2002 International Player of the Year.

* Helped England to a Grand Slam in the 2003 Six Nations Championship, captaining the side against Italy.

* Scored the winning drop goal in the last minute of extra-time in the 2003 Rugby World Cup final victory over Australia in Sydney.

* Played for England in the 2007 World Cup final in Paris, which they lost to South Africa.

* Joined French club Toulon in 2009.

* Was in England squad at the 2011 World Cup in New Zealand where his kicking was wayward. He missed an unprecedented five successive penalties in the opening win over Argentina.

* Last England match was the 2011 World Cup quarter-final defeat by France.

* Retired having won 91 England caps, scoring six tries for his country, 162 conversions and 239 penalties.

* He is second behind New Zealand’s Dan Carter on the all-time test scoring list with 1,246 points.

* He is the leading drop-goal scorer in international rugby with 36.

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