As it stated in “We are really excited by that challenge, going over to Dublin and trying to create history and create some memories with each other.
Ford also acknowledged the impact of players returning from injury such as brothers Mako and Billy Vunipola who both finished the game for England on Saturday.
Ford helped England retain the RBS 6 Nations trophy with victory in the Calcutta Cup against Scotland and they next face Ireland on Saturday in the final game of the Championship.
“Our focus now is next weekend against Ireland,” said Ford.
The Bath star also believes England can improve on their performance against Scotland, despite scoring seven tries in a 61-21 victory – their 18th consecutive win.
referring to But right now they are the team that’s out there and doing it and congratulations.
Eddie being the England coach would like to think they would,” he said.
England and Jonathan Joseph thump Scotland to seal Six Nations title Read moreWith Ireland having lost to Wales on Friday, England cannot be caught at the top of the table and the fly-half, George Ford, has made it clear that the squad are in no mood to ease up against the Irish on Saturday.
George North’s two tries drive Wales past Ireland in thundering win Read more“We know the Irish team is going to come at us, whether they lost on Friday or not.
That’s the difference: rather than having one or two individuals who are playing well, they have a squad that’s trying to get to another level every time they play.
George Ford can already tell England how to close out a slam in Ireland
George Ford already knows what it takes to win a Grand Slam in Ireland on a St Patrick’s weekend.
The most notable absentee from that starting line-up, however, was Owen Farrell, who had to be content with a place on the bench.
Ford’s midfield partners were, the Worcester Warriors centre Ryan Mills and Daly.
Ford and Farrell were largely seen as competing for the fly-half jersey in that vaunted age-group side, although Farrell did force himself in at inside centre by the time of the Junior World Championships in Italy, when England lost to New Zealand in the final.
Ford, who had celebrated his 18th birthday two days earlier, was England’s hero that day, kicking 16 points and claiming the man-of-the-match award in a starting XV that included current England team-mates Mako Vunipola, Joe Launchbury, Elliot Daly and Jonathan Joseph, the three-try hero of Twickenham on Saturday.
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