Who is Courtney Lowes: Ten things you should know about England’s lockdown
Courtney Lawes has been an international tour force for more than a decade. An example of a modern locksmith/blind hybrid, best known for his quivering body and dedication to the Northampton Saints team.
Here are ten more facts about England straight ahead.
Ten things you need to know about Courtney Laws
1. Courtney Luz was born on February 23, 1989 in Hackney, London, but she was raised in the Northampton area.
2. Lowes began playing rugby when he was thirteen years old at Northampton Boys’ School, the same school that produced former British prostitute Steve Thompson. His team was at Northampton Old Scots.
3. His father is Linford from Jamaica. With a background in football and cricket, Kourtney recalls telling Linford that rugby was a bit tough for kids.
4. After coming through Northampton Saints Academy, he made his club debut in 2007 against Escher in the Championship – then known as the National League One. He has won the Challenge Cup, LV = Trophy and the Premier League with the Saints.
5. England’s debut came in the fall of 2009. Australia won 18-9 at Twickenham thanks to attempts by Will Jenya and Adam Ashley Cooper.
6. He has played for England in ten consecutive matches six countries campaigns.
8. Unbeaten as a Test lion, he played in the second Test and the third and third win in the Test draw against New Zealand in 2017.
10. Law and wife Jessica have four children – Nell and Teddy and twin boys Otto and Hugo.
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