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Shock doctor: Roberts v Italy

Six Nations: How are the teams faring so far?

WE'VE LOVED the first two rounds of the Six Nations, one of the most anticipated events of rugby's season, and with fans looking to snap up tickets for the remaining…

Haag lines: Martin Haag was disappointed

GKIPA Championship blog: Round 15 wrap

by Richard Grainger Two points separate the top four sides with eight rounds remaining in the first stage of the Greene King IPA Championship. And with London Scottish trailing the…

Well beaten: O'Driscoll offers Faletau a hand

Wales: Five things we learned v Ireland

Wales were comprehensively beaten by Ireland in as one sided a victory as we have witnessed under Warren Gatland. Wales were completely shutdown in all aspects of the game.

One team: Ireland have left their provincial rivalry at home

Ireland: Five things we learned v Wales

By Claire Glancy  It’s time to expect the unexpected from Ireland Who in their right mind could have predicted that part of Joe Schmidt’s game plan would be to attack…

Crowd pleaser: Plisson is congratulated for the victory over England

Six Nations: Saint-Andre picks youth for Italy clash

What has happened to Philippe Saint-Andre? The once arch-conservative coach has sprung another surprise by handing 23-year-old Stade Francais Hugo Bonneval his first cap on the wing against Italy on…

Separated at birth?: The locks share similarities

Six Nations: Ireland v Wales. Five key battles

TOMORROW'S GAME has already provided acres of newsprint, social media debate and heated discussion in hostelries from Llangollen to Tipperary, and it's hardly surprising with more subplots than Dynasty providing…