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.
Easter gained England recognition by winning the Harlequins Player of the year award for two consecutive seasons in 2004-05 and 2005-06. He received a call for the England squad and debuted for them in a win against Italy at the 2007 Six Nations Championship. On 4th August 2007, Easter became the first No.8 to score four tries in one match for England and registered a record 62–5 win against Wales at Twickenham in a World Cup warm-up fixture.
He won this award for a third time at the end of the 2012/13 season at the age of 34.
Nick Easter got selected for the World Cup squad and took part in all the 6 matches played there, influencing the team to make the final. He received his first international man of the match award in a 24-13 away win against France at the 2008 Six nations Championship.
At the 2010 England’s tour to Australia, he helped his team to its first win down under for 7 years after defeating The Kangaroos 21-20 in the second test and received the man of the match award for that game. Later that year he was named the captain his country during the autumn internationals against Samoa which England won 26-13.
Though being regarded as the ‘best No.8 in England’ he has received certain blockages into the England squad during 2012. Since then he has enjoyed great success with Harlequins and helped them to win the Amlin Cup in 2011 and the clubs first ever English Premiership title in 2012.
Nick Easter became the most capped player for Harlequin in the professional era with an amazing 233 appearances at the penultimate game of the 2013-14 season.