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England v Australia Rugby Hospitality

Twickenham, Saturday 13th November 2010

England 35 - 18 Australia

England's second fixture in the Investec Autumn Rugby Internationals saw the gold and green of Australia arrive at Twickenham for a much hyped England v Australia showdown between these two rugby giants.

After being narrowly defeated by the All Blacks a week earlier, England were out to prove the critics wrong by putting on an impressive display in front of the Twickenham fans.

Entertainment at the Official Twickenham Hospitality got underway in style, as hostesses greeted guests with a Champagne reception at the Twickenham Hospitality restaurant at the start of the day.

Home fans mingled with the visiting Aussies in the restaurant, as the war of attrition surrounding the England v Australia fixture was forgotten amidst the vibrant atmosphere inside the facility ahead of kick off.

Guests later took their seats to enjoy a much welcomed fine dining luncheon at the Twickenham Hospitality restaurant, courtesy of Jamie Oliver's Fabulous Feasts.

Our celebrity guest speaker at the England v Australia Hospitality facility was current England and Bath fly-half Olly Barkley. A regular in the current England setup, Olly was more than happy to give guests a fascinating insight into International Rugby as well as fielding questions, chatting with guests and signing their replica England International Rugby jerseys.

With officially allocated RFU England v Australia match tickets along the west stand sidelines, clients had the perfect view of all the action on the Twickenham pitch. After passionate rendition of the national anthem from the Twickenham home fans, England were poised to take on a fierce Australia side in what promised to be another exciting Autumn International Rugby match.

An exciting England were ignited into action by the mercurial Ben Youngs who was lively from the start, pressurising the Australia defence at every opportunity.

England were looking dangerous in possession and deservedly went into the lead when a one-handed offload from Tom Croft put Chris Ashton into space, allowing him to show his impressive strength and cross the try line with two tacklers on his back. Toby Flood duly converted the try as England were off to a flying start.

The intensity that England played with and the way they moved the ball around the pitch was astonishing, with the capacity crowd at Twickenham seeing the true potential of this exciting young side.

Quick thinking from Youngs allowed Flood to kick ahead for the lightning fast Ashton to chase. The crowd were on their feet as England recycled the ball well and edged closer to the Australia try line, until Matt Giteau illegally spoiled their momentum and was rightly sin binned.

Flood and O'Connor exchanged penalties to make it 16-6 before the teams left the field for a well-deserved break, leaving the Twickenham Hospitality guests thrilled after a stunning first half performance from England.

England's relentless desire to attack continued into the second half as Flood quickly extended his team's lead with another penalty, before the fans witnessed one of the finest tries in the history of Twickenham Stadium.

Australia were just yards from scoring, but a massive tackle from Palmer forced the England turnover and a jink from Youngs on his own tryline set the impressive Courtney Lawes free down the flank. The lock then cleverly fed Ashton on the right and the wing began sprinting at the Australia backs. At full tilt, Ashton's pace was something to behold and as he side-stepped the full-back and streaked over the line to score a breathtaking try, sending the Twickenham crowd into raptures.

Two consolations tries from the green and gold of Australia followed shortly after but Toby Flood steadied the ship with another two penalties to give England the victory they deserved, equalling the largest winning margin over a Tri Nations team at Twickenham in four years.

Not only did England manage to stifle the mesmerising ability of the Australia backline, they showed their own attacking prowess and a dynamism not seen before under Martin Johnson.

On returning to the Twickenham Hospitality facility, the mood was buoyant after a fantastic match in which England's class shone through. The diligently prepared post match gourmet buffet was served as pommes and aussies alike discussed the high points of the game and enjoyed the hospitality well into the evening.

Our England v Australia Hospitality packages at Twickenham remain as popular as ever, with guests complimenting the high standard of hospitality on offer in our luxurious Official Twickenham Hospitality facility.

Referee: Craig Joubert (South Africa. Attendance: 80,002.

England - Tries: Ashton (2. Cons: Flood (2. Pens: Flood (7

Australia - Tries: Beale (2. Cons: O'Connor. Pens: O'Connor (2

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