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.

He again repeated this feat by winning the same award at the end of 2012/13. He is thought to be the main boost behind the team making it to the 2007 Rugby World Cup final. He won the Man of the Match title during the Six Nations match held on 2008.

He also played the 2011 Rugby union world cup matches
and also helped the harlequins to win the Amlin Cup in 2011. He was also the key influence behind the harlequins winning their first ever English premiership title in 2012. Although he was regarded as the best Number 8 in all of England he has not been able to make it into the England Squad.

Recently Nick Easter, who has not played for England since 2011, was the centre of controversy when his self-promoting tweet addressing the British and Irish lions head coach to select him for the summer’s Australian tour was made public. But he has blamed his faulty phone for retweeting the message. This message appeared on Nick Easter’s wall following their narrow Aviva Premiership defeat by Gloucester. Although embarrassed by the technical mishap he surely recognizes the thrust of the message conveyed by the retweets and has been heard saying that he would love to go on the Lion’s Tour this summer.