RWC2015

Video: Nowell excited by Slade link-up

Exeter wing Jack Nowell finally makes his England World Cup bow against Uruguay.

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Exeter Chiefs wing Jack Nowell sits down with Martin Bayfield to look ahead to England's last Rugby World Cup game against Uruguay.

Nowell talks about his excitement at linking up with club team-mate Henry Slade in the revamped back division that many fans would have preferred to start the tournament.

Video: I didn't want people to tarnish Billy - Goode

England full-back Alex Goode defends Billy Vunipola after recent alleged reports.

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England full-back Alex Goode sits down with Martin Bayfield to talk about the reports and speculation coming out of the camp following their Rugby World Cup exit.

The Saracens player defends his club team-mate Billy Vunipola after alleged remarks were leaked while he claims, "Don’t think we’re not hurting as much as anyone."

Video: Bayfield visits devastated England camp

Stuart Lancaster reflects on a dismal, early Rugby World Cup exit for England.

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Martin Bayfield heads into the England camp to report on the crushing mood after the hosts get knocked out of the Rugby World Cup by Australia on Saturday night.

Whether it's the damning Sunday newspaper coverage or Stuart Lancaster's sombre press conference, Martin lays it on the line for sad England fans.

Rugby World Cup TMO worries extend beyond Twickenham

Referee Jaco Peyper came under fire for his use of TMO last night in the World Cup Opener

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Objections to over-zealous use of the television match official continued into day two of the World Cup with Ireland coach Joe Schmidt concerned it could lead to injury and his Georgia counterpart Milton Haig warning that viewers may decide to switch off.

The discontent began during Friday's opener between England and Fiji, a match that saw the clock stopped for a total of 10 minutes and eight seconds as referee Jaco Peyper referred six incidents to the TMO for closer inspection.