I think he moved around 10 from memory (I only know as I read something about him a few days ago).
I get it was in jest and I enjoy your mild valley commando approach. It’s good.
Really odd though that two English parents could be on work on the USA in the RAF (do our bases count as English soil? ) and then their son be qualified for the USA.
If Underhill had played age grade rugby for USA I wouldn’t have wanted him for England though.
So he spent a lot of his childhood in America then. I think Moriarty left St Helen’s at 2 so it’s not like he would’ve really remembered any of that. Underhill spent his first 10 years in America. Didn’t know that. I have no idea what the deal is with growing up on a RAF base. Do you venture out at all? Lol.
Not that it matters obviously. He’s English.
I’m different to you, though. Hypothetically speaking, say his dad got a promotion (or some other life event out of Sams control happened) and his parents decided it was in their best interests to stay in America until Sam was 18/19 and during that time he played age grade rugby for America (coz he loves rugby) I would have no problem with him playing for England once he came back as a late teen or whatever. Assuming I was English obviously.