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From Becky Grey
BBC Sport in St James’ Park
England brought their World Cup preparations after a playful functionality against Italy in Newcastle to some end.
Three Owen Farrell penalties gave the hosts a 9-0 lead following a lacklustre first half, however, Ben Youngs’ attempt brought the game to life after the breakup.
Centre Joe Marchant, who is not in the World Cup squad, broke free before his first England attempt was scored by prop Ellis Genge.
Anthony Watson then cruised through a gap created by Owen Farrell’s postponed pass to include England score.
Eddie Jones’ unwanted travel on Sunday to Japan and start their World Cup campaign against Tonga on 22 September.
England have won all of the warm-up games, defeating against Wales at Twickenham the following week before losing to the opponents in Cardiff and documenting their largest winning margin against Ireland.
More to follow.
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