2021 Six Nations : Wales vs England

WALES MAKE FIVE CHANGES AS NORTH REACHES MILESTONE George North will become the youngest player in history to reach 100 Test caps for his country after coming back into the Wales side as one of five changes for the Round 3 clash against England on Saturday. The 28-year-old made his Wales debut

2021 Six Nations : Italy vs Ireland

SEXTON RECALLED AS FARRELL MAKES SEVEN CHANGES FOR ITALY Johnny Sexton returns to captain the Ireland side for their Round 3 clash against Italy, as one of seven changes made by Andy Farrell ahead of this Saturday’s clash at Stadio Olimpico. The Men in Green are still searching for their first victory

GUINNESS SIX NATIONS 2021 – ROUND 2 REPORT

Download Full Report on the 2 Rounds - Click Here GUINNESS SIX NATIONS 2021 PLAYER SCORING in Round 2 11 Owen Farrell England 10 Anthony Watson England 10 Louis Rees-Zammit Wales 10 Stuart Hogg Scotland 9 Finn Russell Scotland 7 Tommaso Allan Italy 6 Paolo Garbisi Italy 5 Charles Ollivon France 5

FRANCE BREAK DUBLIN HOODOO WITH NARROW WIN

Tries from captain Charles Ollivon and winger Damian Penaud saw France claim their first Guinness Six Nations win in Dublin for ten years in an absorbing battle with Ireland at the Aviva Stadium. The hosts were in charge for much of the first half but were made to pay for failing

SIX-TRY ENGLAND BOUNCE BACK WITH VICTORY OVER ITALY

Jonny May’s spectacular flying finish helped England bounce back in style from their Calcutta Cup defeat in Round 1 of the 2021 Guinness Six Nations as they notched a convincing 41-18 victory over Italy at Twickenham. While the reigning champions’ Grand Slam hopes may have been thwarted at the first hurdle,

SCOTLAND SECURE HISTORIC TWICKENHAM VICTORY

FULL MATCH STATS  : CLICK HERE Scotland smashed their Twickenham hoodoo to smithereens with a famous win to regain the Calcutta Cup on the 150th anniversary of their rivalry with England. Duhan van der Merwe’s first-half try and a pair of Finn Russell penalties guided them to their first victory at England HQ