Six Nations

Farewell to all: Brian O'Driscoll will take his final bow for Ireland against France

Brian O’Driscoll: A farewell

BRIAN O’DRISCOLL  will depart the international scene for after 15 years and 141 Test caps after tomorrow’s game against France, with Irish fans hoping it can be with a Six…

Handful: Trimble is excelling for Ireland

Round 4: Six Nations Team of the weekend

Before this weekend there were (theoretically speaking) five sides still in the Championship hunt. Wales left the running after being comprehensively ousted at Twickenham, while Ireland brushed off hard-working Italy…

Standing up: Danny Care, while Mike Phillips shouts on

England: Five things we learned v Wales

It’s tempting to splurge on hyperbole. On Sunday, England accomplished a revenge mission and drove away the demons that have haunted them over the past 12 months. Some facets of…

Don't do it! Duncan Weir gets set to make the fateful pass

Saints and Sinners: The weekend’s talking points

By Katie Field The Saints Brilliant BOD Only one man could head up the Saints list this week – the irrepressible Brian O’Driscoll, who became the world’s most-capped Test player…

Yellow fever: Gethin Jenkins struggled in the scrum

England v Wales: 5 Things we’ve learned

Wales lost by 29-18 against England in a performance that will frustrate the players and the coaching staff as much as it will the Welsh supporters. As a result Wales…

Man down: Halfpenny was injured late on

Six Nations: England 29-18 Wales

England 29-18 Wales The match in 30 seconds England avenged their heavy defeat in Cardiff last year with a comprehensive win over a faltering Wales, winning a Triple Crown in…