RFU stands firm over training camps amid calls to ease up following injuries to Anthony Watson and Sam Jones 

The fall-out from England’s damaging training camp in Brighton rumbled on as the RFU stood firm in the face of calls from leading clubs for their players to have a lighter workload at future gatherings.
Serious injuries to Bath wing Anthony Watson (broken jaw) and Wasps flanker Sam Jones (broken leg) prompted claims by Premiership Rugby that they were concerned about the intensity of the sessions conducted by the national coaches. 
The camp was part of a new agreement between the clubs and the union, allowing Eddie Jones and his assistants more time with their squad in return for increased... read more

8 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 22
Source: Daily Mail

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