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Work in progress: Weir showed promise in Dublin

Scotland: Five things we learned v Ireland

AS INSIPID as an intro about Groundhog Day would be it, is cruelly apt that the famous holiday of fell on the same day as Scotland plodded into Dublin. In…

Stepping in: Heaslip was comfortable in the captain's role

Ireland: Five things we learned v Scotland

For the first time in a long time, players are not going to be guaranteed their position in the starting XV or matchday squad. Understandably the likes of Paul O’Connell…

Here to stay: Jack Nowell

England: Five things we learned v France

Heart-breaking, gut-wrenching. Gael Fickou’s score that won Le Crunch for France on Saturday evening was a bitter body blow for Stuart Lancaster and his side. Leading 24-19 deep into the…

Unstable platform: The scrum is under pressure

Wales: Five things we learned v Italy

Wales secured their opening win of the 2014 Six Nations with a 23-15 win over Italy. For Wales, this was an uncomfortably competitive fixture, with Italy deservedly gaining near parity…

Sick-note: Paul O'Connell should be back

Six Nations: Ireland 28 – 6 Scotland

by Katie Field, at the Aviva Stadium The match in 30 seconds Ireland opened their RBS Six Nations campaign with a convincing win over Scotland, leading from the 22nd minute…

Great hands: Tipuric is a brilliant linkman

Six Nations: Wales v Italy. Five talking points

By Owain Jones Six Nations favourites, Wales, will be kicking off their campaign against the heavily unfancied Italians tomorrow, but there is still pressure on all the squad members, RW…