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Richard Cockerill has banned Leicester players from using Twitter after Jordan Crane announced an injury on the website.
Jordan Crane has set his sights on European glory after Leicester secured back-to-back Guinness Premiership titles.
Leicester Tigers reached the Heineken Cup final with a sudden-death penalty shoot-out victory over Cardiff Blues.
Wasps are up to ninth after coming through a bruising encounter with rivals Leicester 36-29 on Sunday.
Jordan Crane insists he will not be fazed about making his England debut against the much-vaunted South Africa back row at Twickenham.
Leicester suffered a second consecutive defeat after Sebastien Chabal plunged over in the dying moments to clinch victory for Sale.
Jordan Crane has agreed a new contract with Leicester Tigers.
Leicester's emerging star Jordan Crane has been drawing the plaudits after another impressive display in a Tigers jersey.
Director of rugby Pat Howard was thrilled by Leicester's performance at Wasps.
Leicester made light of the absence of their England stars as they toppled Worcester.
Stuart says the younger players at Leeds Tykes are proving an inspiration.
Leeds coach Daryl Powell insists that the Tykes' gloom will soon turn to success.
Lewis Moody is set to learn his fate after he was cited for punching Jordan Crane.
Sky Bet's rugby union expert wonders how last week's performances will affect this weekend's games.
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We spoke to England captain Chris Robshaw as he reflected on the autumn internationals, looked ahead to next year's tour of New Zealand and also the long-term build-up to the 2015 World Cup.
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