England's, from left, Dylan Hartley, Danny Care, James Haskell, Mike Brown and Ben Youngs with the RBS Six Nations trophy at the Stade de France last year. Picture: Andrew Matthews/PA

Norfolk star Ben Youngs has retained his place in England’s Six Nations squad, as expected having played a key role in England’s superb 2016 successes.

Ben Youngs has important issues to settle with Leicester Tigers before turning his attentions to the RBS Six Nations with England. Picture: PA

Restoring pride is the priority for Ben Youngs and Leicester Tigers as they complete their disappointing European Champions Cup campaign.

Will Evans, pictured in Premiership action for Leicester against Worcester, has extended his Tgers contract. Picture: PA/David Davies

Leicester Tigers have rewarded Norfolk youngster Will Evans with a new contract as his impressive development continues to show little sign of slowing.

A vision of Wymondham Rugby Football Club's proposed new clubhouse. Picture: CHAPLIN FARRANT LTD

A sleek two-storey clubhouse bearing a bold rampant lion crest will be the centrepiece of a rugby club’s £5.5m vision for the future.

Holt RFC at Welford Road. Picture: LEICESTER TIGERS

Young players from Holt Rugby Club honed their skills with the professionals at 10-time English champions Leicester Tigers on Saturday.

England's Ben Youngs scores his side's third try during the Autumn International match at Twickenham Stadium, London. Picture: David Davies/PA Wire.

Ben Youngs’ remarkable year of success has been capped off with his announcement as England’s winner of the Old Mutual Health Player of the Series award.

Action from North Walsham's defeat at Thurrock. Picture: Hywel Jones

North Walsham dropped to sixth place in London One North after a narrow defeat at the hands of Thurrock during a pulsating match.

England's Ben Youngs (centre) is tackled by Argentina's Ramiro Herrera during the Autumn International match at Twickenham Stadium, London. Picture: Paul Harding/PA Wire

Ben Youngs has warned Australia ahead of Saturday’s Twickenham showdown that England are a more dangerous team than when they stormed to a series victory in June.

All Black prop, Kane Hames referees a game at Wymondham Rugby Club during a visit. Byline: Sonya Duncan Copyright: Archant 2016

The whistle blows and the young players hustle for the ball, throwing everything they can into getting the next try.

Leicester Tigers' George Catchpole and Saracens' Alex Goode during the Aviva Premiership match at Allianz Park, London. Picture: Paul Harding/PA Wire

Scoring his first Aviva Premiership try against English and European champions Saracens looks to have given George Catchpole’s career a welcome kick-start.

Norfolk RFU finals day hosted by Crusaders, Little Melton.
Norfolk Senior Cup final Diss v North Walsham . Photo : Steve Adams

Holt have won the race to hold this season’s Woodforde’s Norfolk Big Rugby Weekend.

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