We've looked at what the papers have said after England's emphatic victory over the Barbarians on Sunday, and they are full of praise for Danny Cipriani, who delivered a Man of the Match performance.
Mick Cleary of the Telegraph said: "Cipriani ran the back line well, marshalling his troops, shuffling his options and scoring points. He has much to do if he is to force his way into the 31-man squad but this measured performance on a rare England start has put him in very good stead."
Cleary also acknowledged the try from our very own Josh Beaumont: "There was a flicker of things to come when the uncapped Sale No 8 Josh Beaumont, 23, galloped to the line in front his watching dad, Bill, up in the stands."
Paul Rees of the Guardian said: "Cipriani was named man of the match, 24 hours after another England outside-half, Owen Farrell, received the same accolade in the Premiership final and 10 days after a third, George Ford, had been voted the Premiership's player of the season. He spent the last 25 minutes at full-back and, if he is to make the World Cup squad, it will be because of his versatility, covering two positions rather than contesting for one.
He added: "Cipriani resisted any temptation to ad lib and stuck to the coaching script despite the inadequacy of the opposition and the ease with which England both plundered possession and found space."
Alex Lowe of the Times said: "Danny Cipriani has played on grander stages and against tougher opponents, but the manner in which he orchestrated England's record victory over the Barbarians at Twickenham yesterday underlined to Stuart Lancaster that the Sale Sharks fly half is becoming a man for the big occasion."
Chris Foy, of the Daily Mail, said of Josh: "....and up front the impressive Josh Beaumont was among the try-scorers, in front of his father - RFU president and ex-England captain Bill."
Foy added about Cipriani: "Yet, more pertinently for the England coaches, he (Cipriani) highlighted his improved powers of concentration with a perfect goal-kicking return from a variety of taxing angles, while one cover tackle on David Smith during his spell at full back showed a heightened appetite for mundane duties."
Duncan Bech, of the Press Association, even suggested Beaumont pushed his case for a place in the World Cup squad: "With Henry Slade, Josh Beaumont and Cipriani claiming further tries there was no respite for the disintegrating Barbarians whose feeble effort turned the afternoon into little more than an opposed training session.
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