Six Nations

Aerial view of Twickenham Stadium, home of the 2024 Six Nations rugby for England
Charlie Inglefield - Nov 27, 2023

The 2024 Six Nations is just around the corner and so starts the four-year cycle for all teams. For England and Steve Borthwick, the foundations have been laid by an encouraging semi-final performance at the 2023 Rugby World Cup. Charlie Inglefield asks what might this team look like through the eyes of Borthwick? And whether […]

What Alex Craig can bring to Scarlets
Ross Sanderson - Jun 29, 2023

Ahead of the 2023/24 rugby season, Scotland’s Alex Craig has traded the red & white of Gloucester for the red of Llanelli’s Scarlets. Craig is one of eight new signings that Dwayne Peel has made this summer as they look to improve on what was a disappointing 14th-placed URC (United Rugby Championship) finish last season. […]

Alun Wyn Jones
Thomas Booth - Jun 1, 2023

With this year’s Rugby World Cup now less than a 100 days away, the curtain has come down on the illustrious careers of three international Welsh forwards. First Josh Navidi called time on his career. An injury to his neck meaning he retired from all forms of rugby in April. Then, hot on the heels […]

Ben White - Scrumhalf for the Ages
Ross Sanderson - Apr 6, 2023

In just over a year since his Scotland debut against England in the 2022 Six Nations, scrum-half Ben White has already featured 14 times for Gregor Townsend’s side. Every single game that Scotland has played since that Calcutta Cup opener last February, White has had a part to play. After years of dominance over the […]

Guinness Six Nations 2023 of Aviva Stadium in Dublin
Connor Dickins - Mar 24, 2023

With the 2023 Six Nations over, fans and pundits alike are discussing their teams of the tournament. But do the numbers tell the same story? Using Fantasy Rugby, we have comprised an XV of the best performers statistically. Of course, this isn’t perfect, but Fantasy Rugby does consider a wide range of factors from tries […]

Six Nations

With the Six Nations now firmly over and domestic rugby back at the forefront of a lot of rugby fans, Robert Rees looks back with a Natwest Six Nations team of the tournament. Six Nations team of the tournament Loosehead prop – Cian Healy A dominant and instrumental figure in the Ireland Grand Slam set […]

Ireland Grand Slam

Ireland remain on course for a Grand Slam following a try-fest victory over Wales at the Aviva stadium. Ireland dominated the second half that saw an interception try take the game and any points out of Wales hands late on. Ireland Grand Slam can now be talked about The Six Nations is now past halfway […]

'In The Bin' Rugby Pod - Season 1, Episode 23
In the Bin Rugby Pod - Feb 7, 2018

Only one place to start this week and that’s the return of the greatest rugby competition on Earth – the 6 Nations! The boys from ‘In the Bin’ rugby pod are back to review a brilliant opening weekend, with plenty of drama. While not a lot was happening; apart from the ‘big show’ you know […]

Ireland's grand Slam win over England as they won the Grand Slan
Louis Chapman-Coombe - Mar 20, 2023

Ireland’s Grand Slam winning victory in Dublin showed they know ‘how to win ugly’. Secured with tenacity and by taking advantage of the situation provided, to win by 29-16 on home soil. This triumph will put them in a great position to enter the Rugby World Cup this Autumn, ranked as red-hot favourites. GRAND SLAM […]

Luke Pearce
Connor Dickins - Mar 18, 2023

There is no doubt that Luke Pearce has become one of the most popular referees in the world. There is even a montage video on YouTube titled ‘5 minutes of Luke Pearce being Luke Pearce!’ with over 170,000 views (see below). He is cherished for giving clear and concise explanations and letting play continue. Pearce […]

England attempt to stop Ireland Rugby Grand Slam
Charlie Inglefield - Mar 17, 2023

Steve Borthwick has made four changes to his line-up as he takes his battered and bruised team to face the Ireland Grand Slam assault. Injuries to Ollie Chessum and Ollie Lawrence mean recalls for Dave Ribbans and Manu Tuilagi. As well, Henry Arundell is finally given his chance on the wing in place of Max […]

France Masterclass on Saturday
Charlie Inglefield - Mar 12, 2023

France was brilliant. It was an awesome France masterclass exhibition from Fabien Galthie’s men and as for England…. they are truly at rock bottom. Or maybe not, as the old adage goes, ‘we did not realize that rock bottom had a basement’ – as they head to Dublin next week. England were awful in all […]

England attempt to stop Ireland Rugby Grand Slam
Charlie Inglefield - Mar 9, 2023

All the headlines this week are around Marcus Smith taking Owen Farrell’s jersey. Rightly so, as it is a brave call made by England coach, Steve Borthwick. International coaches, particularly England’s, are paid the big bucks to make these selection decisions. For a traditionally risk-averse coach, this is a significant change in direction for Borthwick. […]

The Six Nations 2023 rugby championship trophy
Adam Bloszko - Mar 7, 2023

Rugby Union – one of the most coveted sports in the world, but more popular within the big Six Nations that partake in the famous championship each year. Beginning on February 4 2023, this is one event most rugby fans will be looking to keep track of and watch. Whether you are looking to view […]

England Rugby Union Team
Charlie Inglefield - Mar 1, 2023

England took a huge step forward by beating Wales in Cardiff on Saturday. Steve Borthwick will know a whole lot more about his team, particularly his forwards, who are growing in confidence with every game. England’s back row was superb with Alex Dombrandt, Jack Willis, and Lewis Ludlam all having outstanding games. Wales was disappointing […]

England victory
Charlie Inglefield - Feb 24, 2023

England’s record in Cardiff is not a pretty one as of late. A last-gasp Elliot Daly try in 2016 has been the only England victory in Wales since 2011. This coming Saturday England will face a fired-up Wales team desperate to get their Six Nations campaign up and running. Any notion that England will face […]

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