An interview with Courtney Lawes Posted about 11 years ago

Renowned for his ability to make big hits and his versatility in the forward pack, Courtney Lawes talks about the players the inspired him growing up, what he wants to give back to the game and why he decided to join The Rugby Site. Watch all of Courtney’s “video modules”

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Courtney Lawes is renowned for his ability to make big hits and his versatility in the forward pack, being at home in both the second and back rows. Growing up beside Franklin’s Gardens, Courtney was a club player for Northampton Old Scouts’ RFC and now plays for the Northampton Saints. He won the first of his 14 English caps against Australia in 2009, aged 19 and won Investec Man of the Autumn Series in 2010. His athleticism, 6’7” frame and uncompromising style ensures Courtney challenges opponents in all aspects of the game.

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