Jamie GEORGE

Jamie GEORGE - England - International Rugby Union Caps.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 24 November 2018

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    • POSITION
      Hooker.
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Monday, 22 October 1990
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Welwyn Garden City, England.
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • England
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Jamie GEORGE - England - International Rugby Union Caps.

Jamie George pictured during England's 37-18 victory over Australia in the 2018

Autumn Internationals at Twickenham.


Career: Played 32, Won 24, Lost 8.

Plus three games for the British & Irish Lions in 2017 (v N.Z.) W1, D1, L1.


 


2015 v France (Paris)   W 20-25  (R)
2015 v Ireland (Twickenham) W 21-13  (R)
2015 v Uruguay (Manchester) W 60-3 (World Cup)  (R)

2016 v Scotland (Edinburgh) W 15-9 (SN)  (R)
2016 v Italy (Rome) W 40-9 (SN)  (R)
2016 v Ireland (Twickenham) W 21-10 (SN)  (R)

2016 v Australia (Melbourne) W 23-7 (R)
2016 v Australia (Sydney) W 44-40  (R)

 

2017 v France (Twickenham) W 19-16 (SN) (R)
2017 v Wales (Cardiff) W 16-21 (SN) (R)
2017 v Italy (Twickenham) W 36-15 (SN) (R)
2017 v Scotland (Twickenham) W 61-21 (SN)(= NZ’s Record 18 victories) (R)
2017 v Ireland (Dublin) L 13-9 (SN) (R)

2017 v Argentina (Twickenham) W 21-8  (R)
2017 v Australia (Twickenham) W 30-6 (Cook Cup)  (R)
2017 v Samoa (Twickenham) W 48-14

 

2018 v Italy (Rome) W 46-15 (SN) (R)
2018 v Wales (Twickenham) W 12-6 (SN) (R)
2018 v Scotland (Edinburgh) L 13-25 (SN) (R)
2018 v France (Paris) L 16-22 (SN)
2018 v Ireland (Twickenham) L 15-24 (SN) (R)

2018 v South Africa (Johannesburg) L 39-42
2018 v South Africa (Bloemfontein) L 12-23
2018 v South Africa (Cape Town) W 25-10

2018 v South Africa (Twickenham) W 12-11
2018 v New Zealand (Twickenham) L 15-16
2018 v Japan (Twickenham) W 35-15
2018 v Australia (Twickenham) W 37-18

 

(R) = Replacement.

 

 

Jamie George playing his sixth game for England. Their 21-10 defeat of the reigning

Six Nations champions Ireland at Twickenham.  27th. February 2016. Photo. G.H. ©

England went on to win the 2016 Grand Slam.