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LONDON -- England coach Stuart Lancaster pleaded with Toby Flood to stay home for club and country, but couldnt change the flyha Antworten

LONDON -- England coach Stuart Lancaster pleaded with Toby Flood to stay home for club and country, but couldnt change the flyhalfs mind. Discount Nike Shoes China . Flood, with 60 caps since 2006 including two Rugby World Cups, was axed on Thursday when Lancaster named his squad for the Six Nations starting on Feb. 1. Flood has decided to leave English champion Leicester, which he captains, for Toulouse after the season. "I have met Toby several times and told him I really wanted him to stay at Leicester and play for England," Lancaster said. "He has made a lifestyle choice and we respect that, but given the RFUs policy of not selecting players based overseas save for exceptional circumstances it was important that we allow others such as George Ford to progress." The uncapped Ford, from Bath, was called up in Floods place, third in the flyhalves pecking order behind Owen Farrell and Freddie Burns. Ford, who has graduated through national age-group sides, was the youngest player to make his pro debut in the Premiership at 16 in 2009, and was the world young player of the year in 2011. To cover for injuries to senior players Alex Corbisiero, David Wilson, Geoff Parling, Tom Croft, and backs Manu Tuilagi, Marland Yarde, Christian Wade and Ben Foden, eight Saxons were summoned: Wasps prop Matt Mullan, Sale tighthead Henry Thomas, Leicester lock Ed Slater, Exeter flanker Tom Johnson and winger Jack Nowell, Northampton centre Luther Burrell, Gloucester winger Jonny May and Bath winger Anthony Watson. Lancaster still hoped most of the injured will be available for the summer tour of New Zealand. ------ England: Forwards: David Attwood, Dan Cole, Dylan Hartley, Matt Kvesic, Tom Johnson, Joe Launchbury, Courtney Lawes, Joe Marler, Ben Morgan, Matt Mullan, Chris Robshaw (captain), Ed Slater, Henry Thomas, Billy Vunipola, Mako Vunipola, Rob Webber, Tom Wood, Tom Youngs. Backs: Chris Ashton, Brad Barritt, Mike Brown, Luther Burrell, Danny Care, Lee Dickson, Kyle Eastmond, Owen Farrell, George Ford, Alex Goode, Jonny May, Stephen Myler, Jack Nowell, Billy Twelvetrees, Ben Youngs, Anthony Watson, Richard Wigglesworth. Discount Nike Shoes For Sale . He will be practicing with the Norfolk Admirals (AHL) on a conditioning assignment. - @AnaheimDucks Corey Perry has a knee sprain and will miss the next three to four weeks. Discount Nike Shoes Website . Jones, from Winnipeg, built a 3-0 advantage after three ends by scoring two in the second and one in the third. Chinas skip Bingyu Wang cut that lead to 3-1 in the fourth before Canada added another three in the fifth for a 6-1 lead. . He has spent much of his adult life trying to give back to his native South Sudan, the war-torn African nation the Cavaliers forward and his family fled when he was a young boy.For the second straight week, the Winnipeg Goldeyes teed off on Jason Jarvis. The Goldeyes scored seven times in the first two innings off the Sioux City starter on their way to a 9-3 win over the Explorers on Tuesday night. "The bats were hot early," said Goldeyes pitching coach Jamie Vermilyea. "We jumped out to a big lead and that takes a lot of pressure of your starter and hes able to settle in." With the win, Winnipeg moves within 2 1/2 games of the wild card. The Gary SouthShore RailCats, holders of the final American Association playoff spot, had their game with the Wichita Wingnuts postponed due to rain. "We just got to keep putting the pressure on them," said Vermilyea. "If they see us winning games, they might start playing a little tighter. Every game counts and we just got to keep on winning." Winnipeg scored twice in the opening inning off RBI hits from Yurendell de Caster and Ray Sadler. Then, they would bust it open in the second. Luis Alen expanded the lead to three when he came home on an error by Explorers third baseman Jeff Squier. That was the second error of the inning by Squier and Sioux City had yet to record an out. With tthe score now 5-0, Sadler and Josh Mazzola hit back-to-back, bases loaded singles with two outs to bring the Goldeyes lead to seven. Cheap Nike Shoes China Free Shipping. That would cap a five-run, five-hit inning for the Fish. The errors by Squier and an additional one committed by Jarvis made all five runs unearned for the Explorers starter. Sadlers second double of the game brought home one of the two runs scored by the Goldeyes in the fourth inning to make it 9-0. That would be more than enough run support for Goldeyes starter Matt Jackson, who picked up his second win as a member of the Goldeyes. He worked eight innings and gave up a run in the fourth and two in the fifth, but Sioux City could not comeback from the large early deficit. Jarvis went five and a third innings and took the loss after the Goldeyes hit him for nine runs - four earned - on 14 hits. His previous start was last week in Winnipeg, where he gave up 11 runs in less than four innings of work. The Goldeyes will continue their playoff push tomorrow in the third game of this four-game set. Edgar Osuna gets the start for Winnipeg. Game time is 7 p.m. with the pre-game show on TSN 1290 beginning at 6:30 p.m. with Paul Edmonds. ' ' '

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