Here we list all the results from the Guinness Six Nations
Ireland are the 2023 Guinness Six Nations Grand Slam champions after a pulsating championship.
After five rounds of Six Nations fixtures, the World’s No 1 side are deserved champions – with no side getting within 13 points of Andy Farrell’s all-conquering men.
Dan Sheehan’s try double helped seal the deal in Dublin, the first time ever Ireland have claimed a clean sweep in the capital, against a valiant 14-man England.
France ended up as runners-up after breaking their record for most points in a championship in the 41-28 win over Wales in Paris in their final encounter. While Scotland claimed third place after a late bonus-point try in the red completed Blair Kinghorn’s hat-trick against Italy.
England finished fourth in Steve Borthwick’s first campaign after putting the hiding they suffered at Twickenham against Les Bleus behind them to put up a hell of a fight against Ireland, even finishing the game with 13 men.
Wales avoided the Wooden Spoon thanks to Round Four’s win away in Italy but Warren Gatland will know there is plenty of work to do ahead of the Rugby World Cup.
Kieran Crowley’s Italy provided no shortage of entertainment but couldn’t quite manage a win to match last year’s effort when they triumphed in Cardiff. However, five defeats with only a points difference of -60 goes to show how their improvement has made the championship markedly more competitive.
Here are the full 2023 results.
2023 Guinness Six Nations results
Sat 4 February, Wales 10-34 Ireland James Lowe interception knock stuffing out of Wales
Sat 4 February, England 23-29 Scotland Watch stunning Duhan van der Merwe try against England
Sun 5 February, Italy 24-29 France Slippery Ange Capuozzo scores against France
Sat 11 February, Ireland 32-19 France James Lowe try against France: Yes or no?
Sat 11 February, Scotland 35-7 Wales Watch outrageous Finn Russell offload against Wales
Sun 12 February, England 31-14 Italy Jack Willis comeback to remember against Italy
Sat 25 February, Italy 20-34 Ireland Everything you need to know about Lorenzo Cannone
Sat 25 February, Wales 10-20 England Freddie Steward covers up for England
Sun 26 February, France 32-21 Scotland Two red cards in 11 minutes in Paris
Sat 11 March, Italy 17-29 Wales Bounce of the ball undoes Italy
Sat 11 March, England 10-53 France England hammered by France at Twickenham
Sun 12 March, Scotland 7-22 Ireland Josh van der Flier throws into lineout
Sat 18 March, Scotland 26-14 Italy Bonus-point try in the red as Kinghorn completes hat-trick
Sat 18 March, France 41-28 Wales France break their own championship points record
Sat 18 March, Ireland 29-16 England Ireland win Grand Slam against 14-man England
2022 Guinness Six Nations results
Sat 5 February, Ireland 29-7 Wales Andrew Conway scores brace in Six Nations opener
Sat 5 February, Scotland 20-17 England Scotland retain Calcutta Cup
Sun 6 February, France 37-10 Italy Gabin Villiere hat-trick as France beat Italy
Sat 12 February, Wales 20-17 Scotland Wales snatch dramatic win with Dan Biggar drop-goal
Sat 12 February, France 30-24 Ireland Advantage France after Six Nations spectacular
Sun 13 February, Italy 0-33 England Marcus Smith stars in England win over Italy
Sat 26 February, Scotland 17-36 France France remain on track for Grand Slam
Sat 26 February, England 23-19 Wales England hold off Wales in frantic second half
Sun 27 February, Ireland 57-6 Italy Ireland thump 13-man Italy
Fri 11 March, Wales 9-13 France France keep Grand Slam dream alive with narrow win over Wales
Sat 12 March, Italy 22-33 Scotland, Five-try Scots bounce back in Italy
Sat 12 March, England 15-32 Ireland Ireland break 14-man England – eventually
Sat 19 March, Wales 21-22 Italy Italy stun Wales 22-21 to end their losing run
Sat 19 March, Ireland 26-5 Scotland Hugo Keenan try-saving tackle on Stuart Hogg
Sat 19 March, France 25-13 England France win the Grand Slam
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