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.

The main contributing factor to his selection as number 8 in the England squad was his Harlequins player of the year awarded he received for two consecutive years, 2004/5 and 2005/6.In 2007 Nick Easter started six matches for England in the world cup. That very year England made it to the finals of the rugby world cup too. In 2008, during the six nations, he was named the man of the match against France where England was victorious by a glorious 24-13. He was also named the man of the match in the 2010 England tour to Australia. He helped the Quins to their first ever English premiership title in 2012.

Nick Easter was scheduled to captain the Harlequins in their 2013 Aviva premiership after their captain Chris Robshaw had been declared unfit following a late fitness test. He had been on sabbatical following an ankle injury during a league victory over Worcester. Nick Easter in turn had warned the Leicesters that they will go to any extent in an effort to retain their title.

The Harlequins met Leicester on 11 may 2013 at Welford road. They have been the English champions and in spite of a strong opposition from Leicester, tried to defend their title. That day, Harlequins lost to Leicester by a 33-16 and reached their ninth English premiership rugby final.