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Unseen video shows teenage Farrell, Ford and Mako Vunipola utterly dominating age grade rugby
By Rugby Onslaught

Unseen video shows teenage Farrell, Ford and Mako Vunipola utterly dominating age grade rugby

The spectators watching this match probably had no idea how far these three teenage rugby players would go for England on this cold Saturday afternoon back in 2008.

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We’ve uncovered this extraordinary footage from an England U16 vs Millfield that was buried in the depths of the internet.

You’re going to want to see this!

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The four-minute video shows this trial match that heavily features Ford and Farrell in particular.

It’s clear to see that even at this young age – both of these guys were head and shoulders above the rest.

Playing at 10 and 12 – these two were deadly when they linked up.

At the 1.14 mark of the video we watch as the England duo link together on a brilliant wrap-around that unlocks the Millfield defence.

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Mako Vunipola is clearly on the wrong end of the result in this video but it doesn’t stop him from throwing his considerable weight around.

watch this unseen video of these teenage England stars below

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