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Billy Vunipola and Ben Teo apologise to England team-mates for going out and drinking late

Billy Vunipola and Ben Te’o apologise to England team-mates for going out and drinking late after Scotland draw

  • The England pair reportedly breached protocol by prolonging their night out  
  •  England will launch their next Six Nations campaign against France in Paris 
  • Wales begin their title defence at home to Italy, in Wayne Pivac’s first game

Billy Vunipola and Ben Te’o are understood to have apologised to England team-mates for going out drinking late after the rest of the squad returned to their west London hotel in the aftermath of the 38-38 draw with Scotland last Saturday.

The pair reportedly breached protocol by prolonging their night out away from the main group, however, there is no curfew imposed on the players, there was no allegation of wrong-doing and the RFU on Wednesday night insisted that the matter had been dealt with internally.

Head coach Eddie Jones is happy to allow his players to socialise together and has a relaxed attitude to moderate alcohol intake and the occasional big night out. However, he took a hard line against Manu Tuilagi and Denny Solomona when the pair had a late night out drinking during an England training camp. 

Billy Vunipola (pictured) and Ben Te'o are understood to have apologised to their team-mates

Billy Vunipola (pictured) and Ben Te'o are understood to have apologised to their team-mates

Billy Vunipola (pictured) and Ben Te’o are understood to have apologised to their team-mates

England will launch their next Six Nations campaign against France in Paris on Sunday, February 2 next year – but there will be no Friday games in the 2020 or 2021 championships. 

Champions Wales begin their title defence at home to Italy, in Wayne Pivac’s first game in charge, while Andy Farrell will start his reign as Ireland’s next head coach against Scotland in Dublin.

George Ford scored a late try to rescue England from a nearly embarrassing defeat against Scotland.

Eddie Jones’ side surrendered a 31-0 lead at half-time before Ford came to the rescue. 

The pair reportedly breached protocol by prolonging their night out away from the main group

The pair reportedly breached protocol by prolonging their night out away from the main group

The pair reportedly breached protocol by prolonging their night out away from the main group

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