England and Georgia training session ends in brawl in front of onlooking school children

England players and coaches were left red-faced after a mass brawl during a training match against Georgia overshadowed what was supposed to be a learning experience for on-looking school children, according to the Daily Mail.

The session was open to the kids of St Edwards’ school, which gave them a chance to admire many of their idols, but was instead disrupted by a mass brawl between both sets of players and coaches.

The commotion occurred during the first scrum it is believed.

As the front rows broke apart, players of both sides began pushing and shoving, with spectators even claiming that punches were thrown.

It is originally believed that the fight was instigated by the Georgians, with England players quick to defend themselves, most notably Leicester prop Ellis Genge, who had to be restrained by teammates.

The brawl even managed to involve both sets of coaches, with former England coach Graham Rowntree, now working with the Georgians, acting as peacemaker during the shenanigans.

Will Carling, who is working with the side as a leadership consultant wasn’t as forward-thinking, however, and was heavily involved in the bust-up.

If reports are to be believed, the Georgians may have looked to instigate a fight to cause a stir up, as England prepare for a must-win game against the Italians.

England have won two of their three games in the opening weeks of the Six Nations, with victories over both Ireland and France, before a 21-13 defeat to fellow Brits, Wales, who sit on a 100% record thus far.

The boys in white took part in the training match against Georgia ahead of their week four clash against winless Italy, who need a win to salvage some pride from the tournament, having already succumbed to early failure.

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