The day before England face France in their final World Cup pool C match in Japan, which is certainly going to be a must win. Listen to England internationals; James Haskell, Nick Easter and Simon Shaw compete to be Rugby Speaker of the Year 2019!
The three face off against each other at the Brewery in London to see who will be crowned Rugby Speaker of the Year 2019.
England International, British and Irish Lion & larger than life character Haskell made over 200 appearances in a 12 year career at Wasps, splitting two stints at the club with spells at Stade Francais, Ricoh Black Rams and the Highlanders before joining Northampton.
There is no doubt Easter is a Harlequins legend. In the 2013/14 season, in the penultimate game of the season vs Bath Easter became the most capped Harlequin in the professional era with 233 appearances, only recently being overtaken by fullback Mike Brown.
Over a career spanning 14 years Shaw won the Premiership four times, two Heineken Cups, the Tetley’s Bitter Cup, the Parker Pen Challenge. Shaw won his ﬁrst England cap in 1996 and went on to make 71 appearances.