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World Cup Ambitions: It's April

Yes, winning the Six Nations on the final day is a fantastic end to the tournament.

Yes, coming out on top through point difference is a narrow victory, but achieving that by outdoing England is a sweet victory. 805 more words

Lads, Lads, Lads - Charlotte's rugby tutorial!

Our hangovers were eradicated as soon as little Bruce jumped up on our beds to say good morning, so we took his lead and got ready for our next day in Belfast. 423 more words

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Who's On The Plane - March Edition

What a Six Nations. Unbelievable, incredible, absorbing, awesome. The list of words to describe that the final day of the 2015 Six Nations could go on forever. 2,222 more words

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Do TV bosses need to be kept in line?

Warren Gatland has remarked that France and Ireland have opened the Six Nations against the two weakest teams, Italy and Scotland, with alarming frequency.

For the record: France 11 times in 15 seasons, and Ireland nine, compared to England (six) and Wales (just four). 227 more words

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Tommy Bowe talks wedding with Andrew Trimble via Independent.ie

Irish Rugby Star and Six Nations triumphant, Tommy Bowe met up with Andrew Trimble to discuss his upcoming nuptials in June. It was clear from the outset that Andrew had a lot of banter up his sleeve for good old Tommy Bowe. 395 more words

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Exciting England Victory Not Enough To Claim Crown

England came up just short of winning the Six Nations on Sunday morning (NZT), despite scoring a breath-taking 55-35 victory over France at Twickenham in London. 1,012 more words

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A look back at the Six Nations

By STEVEN DONN

THERE is a German term that accurately reflects how Scotland supporters are feeling at present. Weltschmerz. Roughly translated, it is the depression caused by comparing the real world with a hypothetical, idealised reality. 810 more words

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