Moody back in action

Lewis Moody may have missed the whole of England's RBS 6 Nations championship winning campaign, but he was back at Twickenham at the weekend to prove he is fit to be considered for World Cup selection. [more]

Moody back in action

Lewis Moody may have missed the whole of England’s RBS 6 Nations championship winning campaign, but he was back at Twickenham at the weekend to prove he is fit to be considered for World Cup selection.

The 2005 British & Irish Lions flanker played for 50 minuLewis Moody may have missed the whole of England’s RBS 6 Nations championship campaign, but he was back at Twickenham at the weekend to prove he is fit to be considered for World Cup selection.

The 2005 British & Irish Lions flanker played for 50 minutes in Bath’s 43-10 St George’s Day victory over London Wasps that secured Heineken Cup rugby for his club next season.

The England captain, a World Cup winner in 2003, has been plagued by knee ligament damage and made his first start since January and now expects to start Bath’s remaining two fixtures to boost his hopes of inclusion in Martin Johnson’s squad bound for New Zealand.

“I didn't have a twinge from the game and the England medics are happy. The knee is 100 per cent,” declared Moody.
tes in Bath’s 43-10 St George’s Day victory over London Wasps that secured Heineken Cup rugby for his club next season.

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The England captain, a World Cup winner in 2003, has been plagued by knee ligament damage and made his first start since January and now expects to start bath’s remaining two fixtures to boost his hopes of inclusion in Martin Johnson’s squad bound for new Zealand.

“I didn't have a twinge from the game and the England medics are happy. The knee is 100 per cent,” declared Moody.

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