- Sam Jones , Anthony Watson and Jack Nowell were all injured during England training
- Mike Brown says the high-intensity training was what England needed
- England play Argentina, South Africa, Fiji and Australia
England’s controversial high-intensity training camp was exactly what the team needed to cope with test match rugby claims vice-captain Mike Brown despite several players being injured during it.
Coach Eddie Jones has been criticised for the camp where Wasps flanker Sam Jones broke his leg, Bath’s Anthony Watson suffered a broken jaw and Exeter winger Jack Nowell tore a quadricep muscle, while a handful of others were injured.
‘We need that intensity when we meet up because international rugby is a step up,’ Brown said. ‘It’s training and things happen….