France missed out on their first Guinness Six Nations title in 11 years, as Scotland claimed a late victory at the Stade de France to hand Wales the trophy.
Duhan van der Merwe crossed in the 86th minute to complete a pulsating game and thrilling Championship, and earn Scotland a first away
France produced a stunning late comeback to deny Wales the Grand Slam and keep their own Six Nations title hopes alive with a 32-30 victory.
Les Bleus had lock Paul Willemse sent off 11 minutes from time for making contact with the eye area of Wales prop Wyn Jones, while the
The All Blacks will play the opening game of Rugby World Cup 2023 against traditional rivals France, with the match schedule for the global tournament announced overnight.
The All Blacks will play France, Italy and two yet-to-be-determined qualifiers (Africa 1 and Americas 1) in Pool Play at the Tournament, with the
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Antoine Dupont ensured France hit the ground running in the 2021 Guinness Six Nations as last year’s runners-up secured a 50-10 bonus-point victory over Italy in Rome.
The talented scrum-half and 2020 Player of the Championship carried on where he left off as he set up all three
Fabien Galthié’s young gun France flew to the top of the Championship table in a superbly-entertaining exhibition of attacking rugby against defiant Italy.
With moody conditions in Paris some feared a close-quarters battle, tell that to Galthié and Franco Smith, with both sides fully committed to attack throughout the 80.
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France sent a big message to the rest of the teams in the Six Nations as they put in a brutal display to upset England and the French will believe they can win the title if they can maintain that level of
France’s young stars ensured the Fabien Galthié era started with a party in Paris as they stunned England in their opening game of the 2020 Guinness Six Nations.
The Euro pop that graced the Stade de France before the first whistle set the tone for the game as an exuberant Les Bleus
A new era begins for France in Paris on Sunday as Fabien Galthié takes charge for the first time with optimism swirling around the squad.
The young stars that helped Les Bleuets win the World Rugby Under 20 Championship in 2018 and 2019 are starting to come of age but in
Wales booked their place in the Rugby World Cup semi-finals when they notched a hard-fought 20-19 win over France in their quarter-final in Oita on Sunday.
In a drama-filled match, Les Bleus held the upper hand for the majority of the game despite playing with 14 men for most of the
OITA, 19 Oct - A preview of the quarter-final between Wales and France which kicks-off at 16:15 on Sunday at Oita Stadium.
The Big Picture
Wales and France have met only once previously at a World Cup but that game is seared into the memory of the Welsh players in particular.