What happened to Courtney Lawes?

What happened to Courtney Lawes?

Courtney Lawes: England lock to miss rest of Six Nations with injury suffered in training. E ngland will be without Courtney Lawes for the remainder of the Six Nations due to a pectoral injury. There is no further detail or a time frame on his return, and England will announce a replacement in their squad next week.

Is Lawes injured?

England lock Courtney Lawes faces being out of rugby for 12 weeks after suffering a pectoral injury. The Northampton forward, who has won 87 caps, was hurt during England training last week. Northampton said that Lawes will undergo surgery and he faces an approximate 12-week recovery period.

Does Courtney Lawes play for England?

Courtney Lawes is an English professional rugby player for Northampton Saints, who plays in the Aviva Premiership. Lawes plays either in the second or back row….Courtney Lawes.

Place of birth Hackney, London, England
Height 2.01 m (6 ft 7 in)
Weight 113 kg (17 st 11 lb; 249 lb)
Rugby union career

Who is Courtney Lawes married to?

Jessica Devaney
Courtney Lawes/Spouse

Is Courtney Lawes in the Lions squad?

The moment a SHOCKED Courtney Lawes found out he was in the Lions squad. Courtney Lawes was caught off guard when it was announced he made Warren Gatland’s 37-man British and Irish Lions squad.

How tall is Lawes?

2.01 m
Courtney Lawes/Height

Is Courtney Lawes injury?

Why is Courtney Lawes arm black?

Tattoo: Courtney has got his right arm covered in black ink followed by some tribal designs in between. Meaning: The Black solid armband tattoo is the way of paying tribute to the loved one who is no more. Black is the symbol of death, dark and mourning.

How many England caps has Courtney Lawes?

80 times
Due to his achievements with the Saints, Courtney Lawes has been capped more than 80 times for England.

What are Courtney Lawes children called?

Nelly Lawes
Courtney Lawes/Children

Who got Lions emails?

Gatland sends 50 Lions hopefuls letters Lions boss Warren Gatland has sent letters to more than 50 potential players to check their availability for this summer’s tour of South Africa. Among them, according to the Mail, are ‘a number of current non-internationals.