Preview: England v Barbarians {27-05-18}

Follow @RedefinedRugby England head coach Eddie Jones has named his team to play the Barbarians for the Quilter Cup on Sunday, with Elliot Daly starting at full-back. George Ford (Leicester Tigers) and Chris Robshaw (Harlequins) will co-captain the England side again, having done so for last year’s fixture against the Barbarians and

6 Nations 2018 : England 15 vs 24 Ireland {17-3-18}

Follow @RedefinedRugby Ireland saved their best performance until the final round as they won the Grand Slam after comfortably defeating England 24-15 at Twickenham. Joe Schmidt’s men were excellent throughout but the first half set up the victory with Garry Ringrose, CJ Stander and Jacob Stockdale all crossing the whitewash. Elliot Daly responded

6 Nations 2018 : France 22 vs 16 England {10-3-18}

Follow @RedefinedRugby Ireland have won the Six Nations championship after a lacklustre England succumbed 22-16 to an improved French side at the Stade de France. Eddie Jones required tries but all he got was three-pointers in the first half as the teams traded three penalties apiece. Maxime Machenaud kicked all of Les Bleus’ points

2018 SIX NATIONS Preview: Scotland vs England {24-2-18}

Follow @RedefinedRugby Can Scotland end England’s Grand Slam dreams and, in the process, provide a significant fillip for their own title aspirations? Before the tournament, this match always appeared a potential stumbling block for Eddie Jones’ men in their quest for a record third successive Six Nations championship. Following the Scots’ performance in

6 Nations 2018: England 12 v 06 Wales

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

2018 Six Nations Preview: England

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