Ireland won their fourth Grand Slam in the 2023 Guinness Six Nations, sealing a clean sweep in Dublin for the first time ever.

Andy Farrell’s men survived a scare against 14-man England but were worthy winners after a supreme championship.

They could not translate that into a first World Cup semi-final in France but they will fancy their chances of retaining the title if they can beat Les Bleus in Marseille on Friday night.

For full Six Nations results click here

Ireland win Grand Slam in Dublin

Johnny Sexton celebrates in Dublin (Getty Images)

The women’s Six Nations will start this year with the exact same fixtures as the men – however, the competition has its own window and begins on 23 March with France taking on Ireland in Le Mans, and Wales v Scotland at Cardiff Arms Park the same day. Then on the Sunday, Italy host England in Parma.

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Guinness Six Nations Fixtures: Make sure you know when all the games are taking place in this piece.

Women’s Six Nations Fixtures: Stay up to date with all the games taking place in the women’s championship here.

Guinness Six Nations Tickets:Find out where to get any remaining tickets to watch the action.

Guinness Six Nations TV CoverageTake a look at our handy guide on the TV schedule for the tournament so you don’t miss a moment of the action.

Women’s Six Nations TV Coverage: How to watch all the matches in the women’s championship.

Guinness Six Nations Table: Come tournament time, this page will keep you to date with how the teams stand.

Men’s Team Guides

EnglandFixtures, Squad

France Fixtures, Squad

Ireland Fixtures, Squad

Italy Fixtures, Squad

Scotland Fixtures, Squad

WalesFixtures, Squad

Women’s Team Guides

EnglandSquad & Fixtures

FranceSquad & Fixtures

IrelandSquad & Fixtures

ItalySquad & Fixtures

ScotlandSquad & Fixtures

WalesSquad & Fixtures