TheLondonEconomic.com Sport brings you Two Men in a Box – The ultimate insight into this week’s Rugby from two old pros
This week, from Shanks’ second home, we talk about those nasty Kiwis, those excellent Irish, and those poor old Welsh.
Flats and Shanks
David Luke Flatman or ‘Flats’ is a Sky pundit and former rugby player. He was a prop for Bath making 161 appearances, as well as winning eight caps for the England national rugby union team.
Tomos George L. Shanklin is a former Welsh rugby union player who played outside centre for Cardiff Blues and Wales. He is Wales’ most-capped centre making 70 appearances. He played club rugby for London Welsh and then Saracens, before joining Cardiff Blues in 2003.
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