On 22 November 2003, England won the Rugby World Cup. Since that day four years ago, it's been a story of mixed fortunes for England fans. A host of retirements and the departures of Sir Clive Woodward and Andy Robinson OBE ultimately led to Brian Ashton taking over as Head Coach in December 2006. In the quest to retain the crown, England Rugby has once again thrown open the dressing room doors, allowing privileged access to the inner circle. This is Brian Ashton's new era. It saw the return of Jonny, a challenging RBS 6 Nations and the toughest of tours to South Africa. Psyched to their limits by the Royal Marines, England's RWC hopefuls then endured a demanding and crucial training camp in Portugal before returning home to prepare for the all important Investee Challenge matches that would determine their World Cup fortunes, with Aston's final squad announcement just days away. The cameras were with England every step of the way. The result is candid, riveting and extraordinary. The follow up to the best selling original, Sweet Chariot, this is an unswerving, upfront account of a team aiming for victory on the greatest rugby stage of them all.