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Gavin Henson 40+ meter kick to beat England in 2005. Kicked on then to win the six nations and grand slam
Two months after leading the country to their first Six Nations Grand Slam since 2003, the Australian linked up with his footballing
A piece I wrote on what the sporting landscape looked like the last time Roger Federer missed a major tournament. .
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England's substitutions will be decisive in their Six Nations Grand Slam quest ... -
I think could be first for a Lord's and Wembley cup final and a Six Nations Grand Slam.
Maro Itoje has a JWC, Premiership title, Six Nations Grand Slam and a Champions Cup - at 21. And about a billion MotM vases.
Graham Rowntree insists he was "genuinely delighted" at England's Six Nations Grand Slam, despite admitting frustrations to be watching
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France vs England: Six Nations Grand Slam champions crowned after 31-21 victory - as it happened - The Independent
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The Six Nations Grand Slam will be awarded to the team that loses all its matches
Brian O'Driscoll: Ireland missing out on Six Nations Grand Slam could be blessing in…
Ireland remain on course for a Six Nations Grand Slam after a convincing 19-9 win over England in Dublin.
Shocking to think that England haven't won a Six Nations Grand Slam since 2003.
Ireland will face 'toughest' Wales test in bid to win Six Nations Grand Slam says captain Paul O'Connell after victory ov…
Ireland cannot afford to base their Six Nations Grand Slam bid on the "past glories" of the 2009 clean ...
My Christmas wish is for Ireland to the Six Nations Grand Slam!
France are on the verge of a first-ever Under 20 Six Nations Grand Slam after securing a hard-fought 18-13 victory over Scotland in the Borders on Friday.
Mark Dodson, the chief executive of Scottish Rugby, is sticking by his ambition of World Cup glory in 2015. Dodson outlined a four-year plan in 2012 that involved winning both a Six Nations Grand Slam and the World Cup. "Of course it's the target or else we wouldn't have stated it in the first place," he told BBC Scotland. "We realise many have been saying it's an insane target, but we were making a call to people in Scotland to realise that they had to raise their sights." Erm, go for it Mark.
I am sadly not a Welshman and I'm still bitter about the Six Nations Grand Slam game so go Australia! Nice to see a great selection of English, Scottish and Irish players involved. Don't think Wales have beaten Australia?
England continued their charge towards a Six Nations Grand Slam as they beat France 23-13 in a fascinating game at Twickenham on Saturday. Skipper Chris Robshaw attributed the win to the home team's defence against a dangerous French side.
Rugby: England stay on course for Six Nations Grand Slam: England took a giant stride toward the S...
France Lancaster keeps faith for Le Crunch 20 February 2013, 12:28 pm By Sportsbeat England head coach Stuart Lancaster admitted he was tempted to tinker with his squad before deciding to keep faith with the same 23 that moved a step closer to the RBS 6 Six Nations Grand Slam in Ireland. The Red Rose face France at Twickenham on Saturday before games with Italy and Wales and remain the only side capable of completing the clean sweep after winning 12-6 in Dublin. Lancaster’s decision means full-back Ben Foden returns to Northampton along with scrum-half Lee Dickson while Mouritz Botha, Will Fraser, David Strettle and Joel Tomkins all head back to Saracens. Worcester Warriors flanker Matt Kvesic, Gloucester No.8 Ben Morgan, London Irish prop Alex Corbisiero, London Wasps back Elliot Daly and Sale prop Henry Thomas also return to Premiership action. And while conceding he deliberated over the final make-up of his match day 23, Lancaster insisted the players who performed in Ireland deserved another chance. ...
Dallaglio impressed with England Posted on Feb 18, 2013 World Cup winner Lawrence Dallaglio isn’t concerned with talk of an England Six Nations Grand Slam and simply wants Stuart Lancaster’s men to ensure they do enough to win the competition. Dallaglio, the only player to feature in every single minute of Sir Clive Woodward’s victorious 2003 World Cup side, has praised the job being done by head coach Lancaster, calling the Red Rose’s 12-6 win in Ireland last time out “amazing”. Should England beat out-of-form France at Twickenham in their next outing, they will be favourites to complete a Grand Slam with only Italy and Wales to come, but former No.8 Dallaglio is urging them to concentrate purely on doing enough to finish top of the table. “Everyone gets a bit excited about Grand Slams but to be honest I just care about England winning the championship,” said 40-year-old Dallaglio. “I just want England to go out and play as well as they can and if by doing that they end up winning every ...
Monday 31st: New Year’s Eve Party Join us as we see in the New Year with a bang at our Proud To Be British Party SEE IN THE NEW YEAR WITH US AS WE CELEBRATE HOW GREAT BRITAIN HAS BEEN THIS YEAR. DRINKS, SNACKS, MUSIC AND SILLINESS, 2012 was a fantastic year for us all in Great Britain We celebrated the Wales winning the Six Nations Grand Slam, The Diamond Jubilee, 2012 London Olympics, Team GB’s Medal Tally, Andy Murray winning the US Open, Winning The Ryder Cup (it counts!), Rory McElroy winning the US PGA Championship, Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button winning the last two F1 races and much more! We will also be showing a slide show of Wendens Ambo and what we did as a village in 2012. So look out for some pictures you may not have been aware of being taken! There will be plenty of food during the evening and Champagne at Midnight WEAR YOUR PROUD YOUR BE BRITISH OUTFIT
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