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Eddie Jones stays bullish over his future and World Cup chances

Eddie Jones will enter his meeting with Rugby Football Union chief executive Steve Brown this week armed with the conviction that England can still win next year’s World Cup.

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Winner:  Jonny May celebrates with Henry Slade after scoring his try. Picture: Getty Images

South Africa 10 England 25: Danny Cipriani grabs his one chance in style

HEAD COACH Eddie Jones celebrated Danny Cipriani’s killer instinct as England’s fly-half engineered the critical moment in Saturday’s win over South Africa.

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Danny Cipriani.   (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

South Africa v England: Jones has turned to Cipriani to rescue England

With rich irony, the man Eddie Jones has ignored for most of his tenure as England head coach is now tasked with delivering the victory so desperately needed to perhaps save his own position.

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Danny Cipriani.   (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

I am not worried about my job, insists defiant Australian

Eddie Jones has swatted aside doubt over his future by declaring he is ready to restore England to the summit of the game.

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Yorkshire Carnegie and Doncaster Knights will meet four times next season.

Yorkshire rivals to grow accustomed to one another

Doncaster Knights and Yorkshire Carnegie will face each other at least four times next season.

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England's Danny Cipriani back in 2015.

South Africa v England: Cipriani determined to grasp latest chance

DANNY CIPRIANI is aiming to establish himself as England’s pre-eminent fly-half when a decade-long quest to reclaim his starting place ends on Saturday.

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England's Mike Brown, right, celebrates with George Ford, left, and Ben Youngs after scoring. England led 12-0 early on only to lose the second Test in the same manner as the first (Picture: Christiaan Kotze/AP).

England in freefall as Eddie Jones’s side suffer fifth successive loss

HEAD COACH Eddie Jones is facing questions over his future as England’s tour to South Africa began to unravel in the Afrikaners’ heartland of Bloemfontein over the weekend.

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South Africa's Thomas du Toit, left, tackles England's Nathan Hughes in the second rugby test match between South Africa and England in Bloemfontein. Picture: AP/Christiaan Kotze.

South Africa 23 England 12: Tempers flare as Springboks seal series with game to spare

England surrendered their series to South Africa after being brushed aside in a bad-tempered second Test at Free State Stadium that registers their sixth successive defeat.

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Owen Farrell, left, and George Ford will be required to help England play against South Africa with 'courage and conviction', says scrum coach Neal Hatley (Picture: Andrew Matthews/PA WIre).

South Africa v England: Red Rose courage can cause Springboks’ ‘Beast’ dismay on his big day

ENGLAND enter today’s pivotal second Test against South Africa with orders to rise above recent results by playing with courage.

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Reptile evening helps take England’s mind off bad defeat to South Africa

ENGLAND spent a night with snakes and spiders to help take their minds off Saturday’s harrowing collapse to South Africa at Ellis Park.

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England's Mike Brown, right, avoids a tackle from South Africa's Jean-Luc du Preez to score an early try at Ellis Park. Picture: AP/Themba Hadebe

Eddie Jones targets swift England response in South Africa

Eddie Jones insists South Africa used their “get out of jail card” at Ellis Park as England returned to their coastal base to lick their wounds.

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England's Brad Shields, left, shows his disappointment after defeat at Ellis Park. AP/Themba Hadebe

Former coach Woodward believes England’s ‘bubble has burst’

England must learn from “little moments of madness” which has seen the 2018 campaign turn into a “horror show”, according to World Cup-winning coach Sir Clive Woodward.

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England's coach Eddie Jones at Ellis Park. Picture: AP/Themba Hadebe

England boss Eddie Jones laughs off tunnel row with South Africa fans

EDDIE JONES was involved in a confrontation with South Africa fans as England fell to a thrilling 42-39 defeat at Ellis Park.

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England's Brad Shields, right, with teammate Ben Youngs looks dejected at Ellis Park. Picture: AP/Themba Hadebe

South Africa 42 England 39: Early promise comes to nothing as England fall away at Ellis Park

England crashed to a fifth successive defeat after a blistering start gave way to a dramatic collapse as South Africa emerged 42-39 winners from a thrilling first Test at Ellis Park.

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Eddie Jones, the England head coach looks on during the England training session held at St. Stithians College. (Picture: David Rogers/Getty Images)

South Africa v England: Jones revelling in the ‘special opportunity’ to silence England’s critics

Eddie Jones and Owen Farrell have united in voicing England’s determination to defy their critics when they face South Africa at Ellis Park on Saturday.

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England Coach Eddie Jones.

Kiwi Shields set for swift England debut at Ellis Park

Brad Shields is poised to make his England debut against South Africa at Ellis Park on Saturday after being unexpectedly fast-tracked into Eddie Jones’s matchday squad.

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GONE: James Lowes has coached in both rugby codes and wants a return to the 13-a-side game after leaving Carnegie. Picture: Getty images.

Whirlwind 24 hours sees Boden replace Lowes at Yorkshire Carnegie

GIVEN recent events, Yorkshire Carnegie’s new head coach Steve Boden admitted he was preparing to go for a run last night “just to clear my mind” after some surprise developments at Headingley.

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James Lowes.

James Lowes leaves Yorkshire Carnegie by ‘mutual agreement’

Yorkshire Carnegie have announced the shock departure of head coach James Lowes.

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Chris Stirling did his research before taking on the director of rugby role at Yorkshire Carnegie

Weekend Interview: Chris Stirling’s bold aim to transform international perspective of Yorkshire Carnegie

THERE was a time when Chris Stirling almost had to beg people to come and play for Cornish Pirates.

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England's Ben Te'o in action during the NatWest Six Nations match at the Stade de France, Paris in March (Picture: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire).

Ben Te’o ruled out of England’s tour to South Africa as Alex Goode is overlooked

Ben Te’o has become the latest big-name absentee from England’s South Africa tour.

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