* 22nd cap - 19T = 95pts
* Debut: 2000 v Ireland
* 4th test v France - 1T = 5pts in 2002
* 5 tests on right wing - 17th test on left wing
* Has now scored 11T in his last 9 tests (3T v Rom, 1T v Scotland, 1T v Ireland, 1T v France, IT v Italy, IT v NZ, 2T v Aus, 1T v SA). Missed Argentina in summer 2002.
* Equal top try scorer in 2000 Six Nations (5T with Healey & O’Driscoll).
* Lions to Australia 2001.
* Played in 15 of England’s last 16 Six Nations tests.
* Graduate of Northampton’s Academy and came under tutelage of Ian McGeechan, the Scotland coach. Rumour of a US Football trial
Making his England debut on the 5th Febuary 2000 Six Nations Championship, against Ireland, the strapping Northampton wing certainly has a fine sporting pedigree, his uncle being the former Fulham footballer George Cohen who played at right-back when England won the 1966 World Cup.
At 1.87m and 100kg, Cohen has the power to break tackles, allied to tremendous acceleration. He may not be one of the out-and-out quickest wings on the international circuit but his work-rate is extremly high and he is always looking to get involved in the action and commit defenders to the tackle. |