Rugby was my team game and I preferred playing to spectating. Now I am an armchair enthusiast, except when I’m allowed to Twickenham, especially when it comes to the Six Nations competition. How refreshing to feel excited about the home team’s prospects and also to be proud of the team spirit. What pressure Stuart Lancaster is under to take advice, be politically astute towards the clubs and to compromise on the bigger picture for short-term gain. He is patient, professional and transparent and well aware of the even bigger picture of being proud about your players as people as well as performers. Exactly why there are sporting metaphors for religious life in the New Testament! Well done Stuart and, it must be said, Roy.