31 Facts About George Kruis

1. George Kruis made his international debut against New Zealand at Twickenham on 8 November 2014, coming on as a replacement.

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2. George Kruis has since been picked again at blindside flanker for the Saxons against Scotland A at Kingston Park, Newcastle on 1 February 2013.

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3. George Kruis has already made 14 first team appearances in the 2011 season to date underlining his growing reputation within Saracens and England.

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4. George Kruis played in all five games, starting three and coming on as a replacement in two (Argentina, Australia).

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5. George Kruis was then selected in the England U20 World Championship squad that travelled to Argentina.

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6. George Kruis made his debut in November 2009 in the LV= Cup against Northampton Saints and was the standout player for the Saracens Storm being awarded the Saracens Storm Player of the Year.

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7. George Kruis was dual registered with Barking RFC during this season.

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8. George Kruis was offered a trial with Saracens in the summer of 2008.

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9. George Kruis started every game in the second row, captaining the team and scoring three tries in the final fixture against South West U18s.

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10. George Kruis was born on 22 February 1990 and is a professional rugby union player for England and Saracens in the Aviva Premiership.

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11. George Kruis ruled out of England's last two autumn matches.

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12. George Kruis has been ruled out of England's remaining autumn Tests against Japan and Australia due to a calf injury.

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13. George Kruis ruled out of England's games with Japan and Australia.

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14. George Kruis ruled out for England as Jones calls up uncapped quartet.

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15. George Kruis has been ruled out for the rest of the Quilter autumn internationals after injuring his calf against New Zealand as England's stock of front-line second-row forwards took a hit in the build up to their Test with Japan on Saturday at Twickenham.

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16. George Kruis ruled out for rest of autumn series as Eddie Jones names England squad for Japan.

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17. George Kruis has been ruled out of England's last two autumn matches because of a calf injury sustained against New Zealand on Saturday.

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18. George Kruis ruled out of England's remaining Autumn Internationals with calf injury.

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19. George Kruis has been ruled out of England's last two matches this autumn because of a calf injury sustained against New Zealand on Saturday.

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20. George Kruis has been ruled out of England's final two Autumn Internationals because of a calf injury sustained against New Zealand on Saturday.

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21. George Kruis ruled out of remaining Autumn Internationals through injury as England's 30-man squad is named.

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22. George Kruis has been ruled out of England's final two autumn matches against Japan and Austraila because of a calf injury sustained against New Zealand.

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23. George Kruis ruled out of England's remaining autumn Tests due to injury.

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24. George Kruis is regarded as a set-piece specialist, with some in 2017 questioning his physicality.

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25. On 22 October 2014, George Kruis was named in a 33-member England Performance Squad for the upcoming Autumn Internationals.

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26. George Kruis was then subsequently picked to start, and make his Saxons debut, at blindside flanker against the Ireland Wolfhounds in Galway on 25 January 2013.

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27. George Kruis gained his first ever Aviva Premiership Man of the Match award against London Wasps on 12 February 2012, having been chosen by ESPN commentator Ben Kay.

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28. George Kruis started in the 'Big Game 4' against Harlequins at Twickenham.

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29. George Kruis made his Heineken Cup debut playing in both the home and away fixtures against Racing Metro.

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30. George Kruis was eligible to play for Holland as his father, Leo, is Dutch.

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31. George Kruis is a professional rugby union player for England and Saracens in the Aviva Premiership.

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