Jonny Wilkinson signed picture with signature , professionally framed.


Jonny Wilkinson picture with signature. The signature of Jonny Wilkinson  is in black pen and reads ‘Best wishes to you Love ‘ & his signature. Also framed in the picture is a plaque engraved ‘Australia 17 England 20 Personally signed by Jonny Wilkinson Rugby World Cup winner 2003’

The item is professionally framed in a black frame.

The picture shows Jonnys Winning kick in the 2003 Rugby World Cup against Australia.

frame size 22 in x 18 in

Please note: we do have more than one , so signed autographs size and position will slightly differ.

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Jonny Wilkinson is a former rugby union player who represented England and the British and Irish Lions. He rose to prominence from 2001 to 2003 before and during the 2003 Rugby World Cup , and is widely acknowledged as one of the best rugby union players of all time.

Wilkinson was an integral member of 2003 Rugby World Cup-winning England squad, scoring the winning drop goal in the last minute of extra time against Australia in the 2003 Rugby Word Cup Final. he then came back from several injuries to lead England to the final of the 2007 World Cup. He played his club rugby union for Toulon following twelve seasons in the English Premiership with the Newcastle Falcons. Wilkinson has also toured twice with the British and Irish Lions , in 2001 to Australia and 2005 to New Zealand scoring 47 test points in the tour matches in which he has started (heals scored 20 points the pre-tour test match against Argentina and Wales).

On 3rd April 2009 at Guildford Cathedral, Wilkinson was awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Surrey for services to the sports industry. Wilkinson announced his retirement from English national squad in early December 2011. He retired from all rugby after the end of the 2013-14 season. On 17th November 2016 , he was inducted into the World of Rugby Hall of Fame at the opening ceremony for the Hall’s first physical location in Rugby , Warwickshire. Wilkinson is currently a studio pundit for ITV Sport , working on their coverage of the Six Nations Championship and the Rugby World Cup.