6 Nations 2018: France 34 v 17 Italy

Follow @RedefinedRugby France claimed their first win of the 2018 Six Nations, defeating Italy 34-17 at the Orange Vélodrome on Friday night. Les Bleus squandered several chances in the first half. However, after going into the break with a narrow 11-7 advantage, they wore Italy down and eventually put some daylight between themselves

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

Italy change three for France game

Follow @RedefinedRugby Italy head coach Conor O’Shea has made three changes to his team for their Six Nations clash with France on Friday night. All are in the pack with Andrea Lovotti and Leonardo Ghiraldini coming into the front-row, while Maxime Mbanda is introduced at openside flanker. Mbanda, meanwhile, is promoted from the

France make five changes for Italy

Follow @RedefinedRugby France have made five changes to their starting XV to face Italy at the Stade Vélodrome in Marseille on Friday night in Round Three of the Six Nations. Mathieu Bastareaud returns in the midfield, where he will partner Geoffrey Doumayrou, while it is also all change in the back three. Hugo

6 Nations 2018: Scotland 32 v 26 France

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

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