Henry Slade is an established rugby figure on both the domestic and international stage. He is first time regular for the Exeter Chiefs, making over 150 appearances and winning many honours including the 2015 Young Player of the Year, the former LV=Cup and the Aviva Premiership. On an international level, Henry Slade’s England debut came in 2014 in an uncapped game against the Barbarians where he kicked an impressive 15 points. His first official cap came in the same year as his Young Player award, where he played at Twickenham against France in a World Cup warm up game, before earning a call up into then coach Stuart Lancaster’s 31-man squad for the 2015 tournament. Henry Slade’s determination and quality has been reflected in the continued success he has seen for both club and country. He now has over 35 caps for the national side, featuring in consecutive Six Nations tournaments and more recently the Autumn Nations Cup.