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Jack Nowell to start in key Six Nations clash against Ireland

Jack Nowell in action at last years Six Nations Credit: Adam Davy/EMPICS Sport

Stuart Lancaster has named winger Jack Nowell in his starting side to face Ireland at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday.

The Cornishman will replace Jonny May after his superb form for Exeter Chiefs.

Nowell failed to make the squad for England's first two Six Nations matches despite having played most of the tournament last year.

However after inspiring the Chiefs to a win over Harlequins last weekend, Lancaster could not overlook the winger's scintillating form.

This game could be be key in deciding the championship with England and Ireland the only two unbeaten sides.

Can you help find missing Winifred?

Winifred is believed to in the Taunton area Credit: Avon & Somerset Police

Police are concerned about a vulnerable woman who has gone missing in the Taunton area.

79-year-old Winifred Vickery was last seen at 2.30pm yesterday by friends.

Officers say she may appear confused and has missed taking medication.

She is described as a white woman with silver/grey hair. When she went missing she was wearing a dusty pink coloured fleece jacket, black trousers and black shoes. She uses a walking stick.

Anyone with further information should contact Taunton police.

Chefs fly in for World Pasty Championships

The World Pasty Championships are being held at the Eden Project tomorrow, and competition is fierce.

Chefs are coming from as far away as Canada and the USA to compete in the 'Oscars of the Oggies'.

The competition is open to amateurs, professionals and juniors

One baker has even created a 'VIP' pasty that costs a whopping £230.

Richard Shaw has reinvented the traditional snack using the finest wagyu beef from Japan and other exotic ingredients - clocking up eleven-thousand air miles.

Is this the perfect pasty? Credit: ITV News

Torquay United's manager ahead of their biggest game of the season

Torquay United play the biggest game of their season tomorrow as they host Wrexham in the semi final second leg of the FA Trophy.

The Gulls lost 2-1 in Wales last weekend. But victory in the match at Plainmoor will see them through to the final at Wembley Stadium.

A win would be a boost for morale as well as for the club's finances Credit: ITV News

It would mean a lot to the club financially, it would mean a lot to the fans who thick and thin have supported us.

Finally for the players; it would give them some achievement that is everything in football, forget the money, achieving things in football is everything for me so that's what I want for them.

– Chris Hargreaves, Manager, Torquay Utd
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