Vinnicombe named England vice-captain

10:36 26 January 2012

Zak Vinnicombe. Photo: David Buxton

Zak Vinnicombe. Photo: David Buxton

David Buxton

OLD Albanian fly-half Zac Vinnicombe has been named in the England Students side for their forthcoming fixtures with Portugal, Wales and Italy.

The Sport & Exercise Science student has also been named as vice-captain of the team whose campaign gets underway against Portugal in Lisbon on Saturday, January 28.

The students then return to England to take on Wales at Twickenham Stoop on Friday, February 24, before travelling to the Mediterranean to take on Italy A on March 18.

Vinnicombe is one of seven University of Bath students to have been named in the squad.


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