The 133rd Test between Celtic neighbours Ireland and Wales

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Ireland and Wales have a storied history that goes back to the 19th century. These two nations have faced each other annually in the Six Nations Tournament. History between Ireland and Wales The Irish and Welsh men’s rugby teams first met on January 28th, 1882 in Lansdowne Road, Dublin. This was the beginning of the […] READ MORE




Looking Back at Classic Six Nations Super Saturdays

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For all rugby fans in the Northern Hemisphere, there is one day pencilled into the diary that you cannot miss: Six Nations Super Saturdays! At the weekend it lived up to all the hype with Scotland destroying Italy, Ireland shocking England and France snatching victory from the jaws of defeat against Wales. 10/10 entertainment factor […] READ MORE




Scotland could face Autumn Nations Cup without key duo

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Scotland may be without Finn Russell and Adam Hastings for the Autumn Nations Cup, after both stand-offs were forced off in the Guinness Six Nations win over Wales. Scotland fly half injury woes Russell kicked an early penalty for Scotland, before injuring his groin in a tackle as Wales prop Rhys Carre scored the game’s […] READ MORE


Wayne Pivac reacts to crushing Scotland defeat

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Wayne Pivac spoke to the media following Wales’ defeat to Scotland to discuss injury issues, breakdown disasters and the first home soil loss to Scotland since 2002. Robert Rees brings you the latest updates from Parc Y Scarlets. Breakdown possesses issues for Wales “We’re disappointed in the breakdown. We conceded 11 penalties there and they […] READ MORE


Gregor Townsend explains Scotland selection decisions for Wales

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Head Coach Gregor Townsend has explained his Scotland selection decisions ahead of their Six Nations finale against Wales in Llanelli tomorrow (Saturday). Scotland have made four changes, with captain Stuart Hogg and his Exeter Chiefs team-mate Jonny Gray back after helping the club to the Heineken Champions Cup and Gallagher Premiership titles. Finn Russell and […] READ MORE


Five things we learnt from Wales’ defeat to France

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Wales were outclassed 38-21 defeat to France at the Stade de France. Wayne Pivac’s side put up a limp second half performance in this Six Nations warm-up match. Lowri Jacob assesses five things we’ve learnt from Wales’ defeat to France. Wales’ loss is France’s gain Since arriving at France at the start of the year, […] READ MORE