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Ireland 19-9 England

Ireland beat England quite comfortably to keep their Grand Slam hopes alive, while ending England’s. England only came into the game after Ireland scored their try and Sexton went off. 89 more words

Review

In the Pink!!!

The season has started with a whimper! Rain!! Not good for the market or for the shoppers. I thought 1st of March St. David’s day was an auspicious day to start especially after the Welsh win yesterday against the French in the Six Nations ( sorry France) 16 more words

1st Of March

Six Nations – 2015 – round 3

England v Ireland

The team that scored the most tries has won the Six Nations in 10 of 15 seasons. However it is also true that in recent years, a low penalty count (5 of previous 6 winners had best discipline) and error count (last 3 winners missed the fewest tackles) have also been important. 724 more words

Rugby

Scotland versus Italy Six Nations In-depth Analysis

  • Scotland concede three tries to one in hammer-blow defeat
  • The Scots had two players yellow-carded, one vital the other inconsequential
  • Cotter is yet to win a championship Test, losing all three so far with two to play…
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Murrayfield and Croke Park

After a thrilling finale Italy today beat Scotland 22-19 to return to the victory in the Six Nations after a streak of seven match – last win was March 16 2013 against Ireland, 22-15. 333 more words

Sport

Blair Cowan admits defeat to Italy hurts but Scotland can turn things around

  • Blair Cowan describes scenes in dressing room after shock 22-19 Italian job
  • Flanker feels the loss is not catastrophic and that the team is will get over it…
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RBS 6 Nations – Result | France 13 v 20 Wales

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France 13 v 20 Wales

Halfpenny kicks Wales to victory over wasteful France

Warren Gatland’s side are fast-becoming Les Bleus’ bogey team and a fourth win in a row against their Gallic counterparts had not been achieved by Wales since the 1950s. 1,010 more words

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