Joshua Hughes, Print Editor-in-Chief, discusses England’s 10-53 defeat against France in the Six Nations.
Six Nations Preview
James Webb analyses the chances of the international rugby teams in the 2022 edition of the Six Nations Championship.
Six Nations 2021: Round One Wrap
Six Nations 2021: Round One Wrap Print Sport Editor, Nick Powell, reviews the first weekend of the Guinness Six Nations Prior to their victory on Saturday since Scotland last won at Twickenham, the Berlin Wall has fallen and the Cold War ended, the UK has had 10 elections and seven Prime Ministers, rugby has introduced […]
Time to Put Italy Out of Their Six Nations Misery
Everyone’s second favourite team in the Six Nations have truly reached the end of the road. Between 2000 and 2015, Italy won 12 games and drew one of their 90 Six Nations fixtures. Not a good record at all, but in the same period Scotland only managed 19 wins and two draws. Italy had finished […]
We’re in for a treat after the Autumn Series
The 2017 set of Autumn internationals stand amongst some of the best in recent memory for the home nations, and alongside the 1-1 drawn Lions summer series with New Zealand, the gulf between the Northern and Southern Hemisphere has substantially reduced. We’re now halfway through the World Cup cycle to Japan and England, Ireland and […]
Wil Jones’ Lions Watch
Six Nations Team of Week 2
Following an opening week void of too many exciting tries to talk about, the Six Nations’ second weekend saw the action kick on a bit. France were the victors in a tight encounter with an under-performing Ireland, Wales hit their stride late on in a thrilling match against the Scottish and England opened the floodgates […]
Six Nations team of the week 1
The RBS Six Nations is back and following the poor showing in last years World Cup from the northern hemisphere nations, reputations are at stake. With Ireland trailing their third successive Six Nations title and England looking to begin their first major tournament under new head coach Eddie Jones, the trophy is very much for […]
England’s Back-Row Brain Teaser
There were many causes for debate during Stuart Lancaster’s stint in charge of the England side- but perhaps only second in press popularity to the centre combination was the make-up of the back-row. One of Lancaster’s first moves was to instate Chris Robshaw as captain, and then play him out of position at 7. This […]