Chris Ashton Hopes To Make Test Matches Soon

Chris Ashton’s fans might wonder about his absence from the team that went to represent England in Australia but there were good reasons for which Eddie Jones took such a decision.

The winger from Saracens is revered for the defensive qualities that he exhibits on the playing field. The tour that England has embarked upon comprising of three Tests does not include him but there is no need to be alarmed.

Chris Ashton can still participate in Test matches if he wants to. In the playoffs of Saracens in the Premiership semi finals he played key roles. Two tries were attempted by him against the Leicester Tigers. It definitely counted as did the efforts of the other players as well. However he might not be able to rest easy this summer even if he was not part of the team that left to tour Australia for three Tests this summer.

Chris Ashton Helps Bring Down Worcester

Worcester scores 19 while Saracens scores 43. Chris Ashton is one of the players along with Alex Goode to light up the game with their hat trick.


This game was not too tough for the Saracens as they enjoyed themselves. It was a win that came to them comfortably, especially when Chris scored a hat trick.

Ashton was able to perform the hat trick as Alex Goode brought down the defense of Worcester. With his deft kicks and smooth running he was able to substitute two minutes. This made a difference in the second half of the game. Goode also featured in the opening of the match for Saracens. He helped to slip a pass which helped Neil de Kock to score. Ashton was able to pick up on the kinking that Goode tried. It helped Ashton to finish and complete a hat trick.

Ireland triumphs over England in Six Nations

It’s surely a gala time for the Irish rugby fans- their favorite squad has once again continued with their unbeaten Six Nations record defeating England this time which also marked the latter’s first loss in the tournament. The Irish team ran to victory with a great 19-9 win.

The phenomenal Ireland rugby squad stayed on the course to replay their glory as great 6 Nations champs for the 1st time since the year 1983. The triumph matched the Irish team’s all-time great record of ten wins in a row & broke a 4-game losing trend against England.

The Irish team trips to Scotland and Wales whilst England would be playing Scotland and France.

As the match started, Ireland took up the command quite early with around 90% control on possession in initial quarter of the match. This early dominance led to a couple of Sexton penalty attempts, offset by a smart drop goal from Ford which slashed the Irish advantage to something like 6-3. However, Ford missed out on his 1st penalty try & Sexton hit a 3rd that put the Irish team up to 9-3.