Just when it appeared as if stunning individual tries from the England outcasts Semesa Rokoduguni and Jonathan Joseph would prove enough to complete a Bath comeback, up cropped Mark Wilson – another overlooked by Eddie Jones – to clinch what was in effect the match-winning score for Newcastle. Joel Hodgson still had to convert but it was Wilson’s close-range effort four minutes from time that allowed the replacement fly-half to kick Newcastle to a third away win in a row.
The British & Irish Lions Jonathan Joseph, James Haskell and Kyle Sinckler are among the high-profile absentees from England’s training squad with Eddie Jones also omitting Denny Solomona from the get-together in Oxford. Jones has named Harlequins’ teenage fly-half Marcus Smith as well as 11 of England’s 15 Lions but Haskell, who received a yellow card for a spat with Joe Marler in his first appearance of the season last weekend, and George Kruis are absent.
Eddie Jones has said the teenage fly-half Marcus Smith can be England’s “X-factor rookie” for the 2019 World Cup but warned the Harlequins No10 he will spend most of next week’s training camp “polishing boots”. The 18-year-old has made only two Premiership starts for Harlequins, including a man-of-the-match performance against Wasps last weekend, but he was on Friday named in Jones’ 33-man squad for the three-day training camp in Oxford.
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