After a disappointing performance in RBS 6 Nations campaign for the Azzurri – losing all five of their Championship matches and picking up their 12th Wooden Spoon – they have to make their game strong ahead of their summer tour Down Under. Head coach Conor O’Shea endured a tough time during his first Championship in
Jamie George may have captain Dylan Hartley ahead of him in the England pecking order, but the hooker hasn’t given up on earning a starting role. George came off the bench in every single game of the Red Rose’s victorious 2017 RBS 6 Nations campaign, and has always impressed with his game When emerging from
The season of awards just ended with a bang and now the curtain has come down on the highly celebrated 2017 Six Nations Championship. It’s time for end-of-tournament Six Nations awards. So with the dust well and truly settled on the European extravaganza, let’s see what experts have their say on the moments that have
France had suffered three straight narrow defeats coming into Sunday’s clash so Scott Spedding was relieved at a scrappy victory over Scotland in Paris. Having gone down 19-16 in their RBS 6 Nations opener away at Twickenham, the French came into the game under huge pressure, and they were pushed all the way to extend
Elliot Daly was the hero as England and Wales played out a pulsating Test match at Principality Stadium in Cardiff. It was Daly’s try in the last five minutes that secured a 21-16 victory for England, who are now two from two in the RBS 6 Nations. But the scoreline only tells part of the
Wales head coach Rob Howley has made two changes – both in the front row – as his side prepare to welcome England to the Principality Stadium on Saturday Props Rob Evans and Tomas Francis both come into the starting XV to take on the Grand Slam champions, replacing Nicky Smith and Samson Lee respectively.
Italy head coach Conor O’Shea has announced his side to face Ireland this Saturday at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, in the second round of the 2017 RBS 6 Nations. The 46-year-old has made four changes to the side that was beaten last weekend on home turf by Wales, with three of those coming in
Italy’s resolute performance during the first half against Wales last weekend will have left Conor O’Shea optimistic his charges can pull off at least one scalp during this year’s RBS 6 Nations. And the Irishman has shuffled his pack slightly in a bid to cause Ireland the same problems in a hostile Stadio Olimpico that