Follow @RedefinedRugby Greig Laidlaw kicked six second half penalties as Scotland got their Six Nations campaign back on track following a 32-26 triumph over France. The first half was a wonderfully free-flowing encounter with the sides scoring two tries apiece. Teddy Thomas touched down twice for the French – his second taking
Follow @RedefinedRugby England kept their Grand Slam hopes alive when they claimed a hard-fought 12-6 victory over Wales at Twickenham on Saturday. In a tough and uncompromising encounter, characterised by several brutal collisions, England outscored their hosts two tries to none with Jonny May crossing for a brace in the first half. England
Follow @RedefinedRugby Late Johnny Sexton brilliance stuns France Johnny Sexton was the Ireland hero as his last-minute long range drop-goal broke France hearts, snatching a dramatic 15-13 triumph at the Stade de France. Les Bleus were playing their first game under Jacques Brunel, following the sacking of Guy Noves, and it showed in the
Follow @RedefinedRugby Wales get Scotland revenge Wales exacted their revenge for last year's defeat with a 34-7 win over Scotland in Six Nations action at the Principality Stadium on Saturday. Tries from Gareth Davies, Steff Evans and a Leigh Halfpenny brace proved too much for Scotland, who scored through Peter Horne. Although they enjoyed
Follow @RedefinedRugby In our final preview ahead of the Six Nations we examine the prospects of last year’s third placed finishers, Jacques Brunel’s France. It is all change for Les Bleus with former Italy and Bordeaux-Bègles boss Brunel replacing Guy Novès as head coach of the national team, but can he alter their fortunes?
Follow @RedefinedRugby Next in our set of previews ahead of the Six Nations we examine the prospects of the defending champions, Eddie Jones’ England. Fresh from a November series which cemented their place as the world number two side, the Red Rose will be looking to make it three Six Nations titles
Follow @RedefinedRugby Next in our previews ahead of the Six Nations we examine the prospects of last year’s second-placed finishers, Joe Schmidt’s Ireland. Ireland will be desperate to return to winning ways. After back-to-back Six Nations triumphs in 2014 and 2015, they have had to endure third-placed and second-placed finishes and will
Follow @RedefinedRugby Next in our previews ahead of the Six Nations we examine the prospects of last year’s fourth placed finishers, Gregor Townsend’s Scotland. Optimism in and around the corridors of Murrayfield hasn’t been this affluent since the millennium as Scotland prepare for what could an historic Six Nations. Scotland were one of