CALL-UP WILL TEST LYNAGH ALLEGIANCE
Daily Mirror|September 23, 2021
RUGBY UNION ENGLAND SELECTIONS
ALEX SPINK

LOUIS LYNAGH has told of his delight at being picked by England – but stopped short of confirming his allegiance to the Red Rose.

Lynagh, son of Australian rugby legend Michael, was named on Tuesday in a 45-man training squad by another Aussie, Eddie Jones (right).

It is a fitting reward for powering Harlequins to title glory with two late tries in last season’s Premiership final. Another two, for Quins at Newcastle on Sunday, means the 20-year-old (above) has scored eight in his first 13 top-flight appearances.

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