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England v South Africa Hospitality

Twickenham Stadium, 27th November 2010

England 11 - 21 South Africa

England's final fixture on home turf in the 2010 Investec Autumn Rugby Internationals saw current World Champions South Africa at Twickenham. Having so far enjoyed a fantastic Autumn Internationals Series, Martin Johnson’s in-form side were aiming to prove themselves serious contenders ahead of the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand.

Official Twickenham Hospitality is always highly sought after for the Autumn International Rugby and the England v South Africa match was no different. Privileged guests arrived at the England v South Africa hospitality facility knowing they were in for a fantastic day's entertainment, as Champagne flowed and guests enjoyed the gourmet food on offer, while debating the chances of their rival teams ahead of the England v South Africa kick off.

Current Stade Francais and England Flanker James Haskell was the guest speaker for the day, giving a fascinating insight into the pressures involved with facing a physical battle against the Springboks.

Having enjoyed the luxury of the complimentary bar, guests took up their official England v South Africa category 1 seats in the west stand. The view from the sidelines gives clients an unparalleled view of the entire pitch, providing the perfect location to enjoy all the action.

Prior to the England v South Africa kick off, news filtered through of the returning captain Lewis Moody and Tom Croft, who missed the victory over Samoa the week prior.

Croft got England up and running with an early burst deep into the South Africa half, resulting in a penalty which Flood duly converted.

After an exchange of penalties from both sides, South Africa suddenly stepped up a gear; after pressurising the England defence deep in their own territory, South African captain Victor Matfield spurned a glorious chance to score the first try of the match for the visitors. Scrum half Ben Youngs was at hand with a last-ditch tackle to keep England in front.

Despite dominating territory and possession, the world champions struggled to get points on the scoreboard, rattling the post with two penalty attempts. The misfiring Morne Steyn eventually brought the scores level, taking the England v South Africa match in all-square at half time.

After the break the Springboks maintained their dominance, capitalising on a Tindall mistake to out the tourists in front for the first time in the England v South Africa match. England responded with a quick, sweeping move downfield but were denied at the last by a steadfast South African defence.

Having turned up the intensity in the second half, the Springboks finally secured a try as a deft pass set up the explosive Alberts to go over in the corner.

After another try from winger Mvobo, England managed to salvage a try of their own when full back Ben Foden made an interception and ran the length of the field to score England's first try against South Africa in four years.

The final whistle blew, resulting in a victory for the Springboks in the England v South Africa Autumn International match.

After the intense physical battle on the field, the entertained crowd returned to the Twickenham Hospitality facility to celebrate the fine rugby on display from both sides.

Guests savoured the hot post match buffet courtesy of Jamie Oliver's Fabulous Feasts, and the complimentary bar left guests in good spirits right through to the evening at the Twickenham hospitality facility, rounding off another outstanding England v South Africa hospitality event for Hospitalityfinder at Twickenham.

Referee: George Clancey (RFU Attendance: 80,793

England - Tries: Foden. Cons: Flood. Pens: None

South Africa - Tries: Alberts, Mvovo. Cons: Steyn. Pens: Steyn (3

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