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A Quick Guide to the 2019 Six Nations

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Every year, half a dozen of the northern hemisphere’s top rugby-playing countries battle it out to determine who reigns supreme. 2019’s Six Nations Championship is something of a landmark year for the competition, marking as it does its 125th edition (in all forms) and the 20th time it’s officially been ‘The Six Nations’. Ireland will […]

Rugby’s 2018 Six Nations Championship: A Quick Guide

Steve Charnock
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Saturday sees the return of the Six Nations Championship, showcasing the very best of the northern hemisphere’s rugby talent. The sextet of egg-chasing countries will be duking it out to decide who is currently best in what will be the 19th series of the tournament in its current format. England are looking to make history and […]

The 6 Times The Lions Stunned The All Blacks In Their Own Back Yard

Steve Charnock
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The British and Irish Lions are in New Zealand. The true tests haven’t even begun yet and Warren Gatland’s men have already faced a pretty torrid time. Beatings from smaller sides like the Highlanders and Blues, injuries and questionable call-ups have all dampened the tour a little thus far. That said, the Lions were rampant […]

The Longest Ever Unbeaten Runs In International Rugby

Steve Charnock
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Last Saturday saw Eddie Jones’ England side storm past Scotland to equal New Zealand’s impressive eighteen game unbeaten run. In doing so, they secured back-to-back Six Nations Championships for the first time since they managed the feat under Sir Clive Woodward way back in 2001. Now, only Ireland stand in the way of Dylan Hartley’s men […]