Nick Easter

Nick Easter, a Rugby Union rugby player, currently plays for Harlequins and England. He went to the South London public school, after that studied in Dulwich College and Nottingham Trent University.

Following a prolonged period of work in London, Easter moved to Rosslyn Park FC. He then swiftly moved to Orrell and after that signed for Harlequins where he has stayed till date.

Wales Rugby team’s woes increase owing to Williams’ injury

The Wales Rugby team centre half player Owen Williams suffered a very serious injury to his neck in Singapore during the World Club tens tournament while representing his club Cardiff Blues. His spinal cord and cervical vertebrae has been badly affected which led to an operation. The player’s family visited him at the hospital in Singapore to be by his side and so are the fans who are wishing for his speedy recovery. Williams has won four caps for the Wales rugby team making his debut during the team’s tour to Japan. He was able to score to some crucial points in the match against Tonga. Sam Warburton, the Wales flanker mentioned that their team was devastated at the news about their important player of the squad. The agility and flexibility that Williams brought to his side has been instrumental in the side’s recent impressive performances in the recent fixtures.

Nick Easter hopes Armitage isn’t picked for England

Former England player Nick Easter is a huge fan of Toulon open side Steffon Armitage but unlike several other former England stalwarts, he doesn’t want to see him return to the England fold.

Armitage put in a man of the match display against Leinster in last month’s Heineken Cup quarter final for the French side and that performance has seen the former London Irish player’s stock rise exponentially.

Easter can still make England squad

Former England international Nick Easter has been told that he can still make the England squad and that too, at the ripe old age of 37 years.

Easter was the last man to lead the England team to glory in the Six Nations Championship and although he has been sidelined from the national squad after the debacle of the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand by the new regime of Stuart Lancaster, he is a regular for the Harlequins FC side in the Aviva Premiership.

Easter voted Premiership Player of the Month

Powerhouse Harlequins FC back row player Nick Easter has been named as the Aviva Premiership Player of the Month for December for his stunning individual performances that have seen a struggling Harlequins FC side cut the deficit between themselves and the leading pack at the top of the table after finding their feet in the playoff positions once again after a poor start to the Premiership campaign which saw them drop four of their opening six matches.

Unfinished Business

Nick Easter is considered the stalwart of the Harlequins; and the stalwart’s aim is to show that age is not an obstacle when playing for England is concerned.

According to Conor O’Shea who is the club boss of Nick Easter, the player has been showing the best rugby of his career. He believes that Easter’s age should not be a hindrance in his sports career. He also pointed out that Nick is still younger than what players like Osdu Randt, Brad Thorn and Neil Back were when they had won the last three world cup tournaments.

Focus on Nick Easter

One of the biggest names in the world of rugby is that of Nick Easter. He currently plays for England and the Harlequins, at No. 8. Nick Easter started working in London, and after a brief spell there, he moved to Orrell, and then on to the Harlequins, where he has stayed since then.

It was in 2007, when he joined England, and it was during the 2007 Six Nations tournament, where England won against Italy.

Knowing Nick Easter

Nick Easter was born on the 15th of august, 1978 in Epsom Surrey. He currently plays at Number 8 for the Harlequins and England. He had a brief career with London and Rosslyn Park F.C. he shifted to Orrell and finally to Harlequins and stayed there.

His debut is rather worth mentioning, he made a noticeable performance against Italy during the 2007 Six Nations. He is one of the few players to have won the 2004/5 as well as 2005/6 best Harlequins player of the year awards.

All About Nick Easter

Nick Easter is a 34 year old rugby player. Born in Epsom, Surrey, he has represented England and currently plays for harlequins at NO.8. after graduating from South London Public School, attending Dulwich college and Nottingham Trent University Nick Easter finally made his England debut at the age of 32 against Italy in the 2007 six nations game. In the 2007 world cup warm-up game against Wales, he scored four tries that helped England beat them on the 4th of August.

Nick Easter

Nick Easter is a professional rugby union player from England who currently plies his trade as the number eight for the England national team and the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club Harlequins FC. His brother Mark is also a professional rugby union player currently playing for another Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Sale Sharks. He is the nephew of the famous English author Anne Easter Smith.