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Thursday 19th December 09:32
Joel Tomkins has mapped out his targets, with short and long-term goals to hit both domestically and internationally.
Wednesday 13th November 18:38
Joel Tomkins know he's come a long way since switching codes, and told Sky Sports the likes of facing New Zealand at Twickenham on Saturday is exactly why he decided to join the ranks of rugby union.
Thursday 31st October 22:00
England centre Joel Tomkins insists making his debut at Twickenham on Saturday justifies his decision to switch codes.
Thursday 31st October 10:45
Joel Tomkins will make his England debut against Australia at Twickenham on Saturday just two years after switching codes from rugby league.
Thursday 17th October 23:00
England backs coach Andy Farrell has urged Joel Tomkins to make the most of his opportunity to impress if he features for Saracens in Friday night's Heineken Cup match with Toulouse at Wembley.
Thursday 17th October 11:12
Joel Tomkins successful switch from Rugby League to Union has helped the centre secure a place in Stuart Lancaster's Autumn Internationals squad.
Wednesday 16th October 11:00
England boss Stuart Lancaster has handed Henry Trinder, Joel Tomkins and Luther Burrell call ups to the squad for the QBE internationals in November.
Monday 20th May 17:22
Northampton backs Luther Burrell and Stephen Myler have been added to the England squad for the tour of South America after Alex Goode and Joel Tomkins were ruled out through injury.
Monday 8th April 09:44
The British and Irish Lions is the pinnacle of any rugby player's career - and a place on the tour is predominately saved for experienced internationals.
Sunday 17th February 20:53
Joel Tomkins, Elliot Daly and Will Fraser have been called into the England squad as injury cover ahead of Saturday's Six Nations match against France at Twickenham.
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