Six Nations & New Zealand

The Six Nations Championship (referred to as RBS 6 Nations as it's sponsored by the Royal Bank of Scotland) is an annual international Rugby Union competition involving six European sides: England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales. New Zealand is an island country located in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. 5.0/5

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Ireland host the Wallabies at Lansdowne Road on Sunday, November 23. The match kicks off at 3.30am AEDT.What: Ireland v Australia When: Sunday, November 23 - 3:30am (AEDT) Where: Lansdowne Road. I can view it on: Fox Sports/Channel 10 What did they do last time? Ireland backed up their 29-15 victory over South Africa a fortnight ago with a 49-7 thumping of that great rugby powerhouse Georgia. The Wallabies suffered their first loss of the spring tour and first under new coach Michael Cheika, going down to France 29-26 in Paris. Things you need to know Ireland have suffered a blow with New Zealand-born centre Jared Payne ruled out with a foot sprain. Gordon D'Arcy starts at 12 with Robbie Henshaw shifting to outside-centre. Rory Best is battling an injury but returns to the starting side in the only change to the pack that beat South Africa. The Six Nations champs have risen to third on the IRB rankings, one spot above Australia, on the back of six straight wins. Their 14-point disposal of the Springboks t ...
Six Nations Champions Ireland beat the Boks who beat New Zealand. Surely that makes us World Champions.
England Rugby Union Team are becoming the nearly men of the International Circuit - Two years in a row we have just missed out on the Six Nations the last by points difference, we have lost to New Zealand and pushed them right to the edge on so many occassions. In order for us to shake that tag, Stuart Lancaster has to deliver three Test Victories in the Autumn Internationals, the Six Nations Title and at least get to the final of the World Cup especially as the tournament is on Home Soil.
England U20s name squad for Junior World Cup Posted on April 25, 2014 by Nick Verdier in Breaking News with 0 Comments England U20s have named their squad to head to New Zealand for the 2014 IRB Junior World Championship in Auckland. Coaches Nick Walshe and Ian Peel will be hoping to defend the title they won last June in France, and have named seven players with previous JWC experience – including captain Callum Braley. England kick off their campaign on June 2 against Italy at the ECOLight Stadium in Pukekohe before facing Australia on June 6 at the QBE Stadium, Auckland, before taking on Argentina on June 10, again at the QBE Stadium. Head Coach Walshe said: “We’re pleased with the balance and experience in this squad, and we are confident that they will perform well in each of our five matches. While England U20 are the holders of the trophy, this group hasn’t won anything – we enjoyed a successful Six Nations, and while it was disappointing not to win it, as a group we came on hugely. The k ...
It was a nail bitting end to the six nations the lads was watching it in the hotel. We'll played Ireland they deceived it. We gave it are all and we was unlucky to lose. Back home now. Exited for some matches in a sarcens shirt and the test in New Zealand in the summer😃 see you soon fans
Sam Burgess leaves Rugby League for Rugby Union. Bath sign England Rugby League forward England Rugby League forward Sam Burgess is to switch codes and move to Bath on a three-year contract. The Premiership club will pay Australian side South Sydney Rabbitohs about £270,000 (AUS$500,000 Australian dollars) for the 25-year-old. He will join at the end of the NRL season in October. "With 2015 being a Rugby World Cup, it was an opportunity I had to pursue," Burgess said. "I can't wait to get my head down and start learning the game." The forward played four times in the 2013 Rugby League World Cup as England were beaten by New Zealand in the semi-final. England Rugby Union head coach Stuart Lancaster met Burgess in Australia in August, and sees him playing at centre in the 15-man game. The 2015 Six Nations starts on 6 February, giving Burgess around three months to adapt for that tournament. The 2015 World Cup, which is being held in England, starts in September. Burgess said: "This has been a tough decisio ...
Kiwi duo clash as O'Driscoll takes centre stage 07 February 2014, 06:51 Ireland coach Joe Schmidt admits it is impossible for him to spring any surprises on Wales counterpart Warren Gatland ahead of Saturday's Six Nations showdown at Dublin's Lansdowne Road. The two New Zealand-born coaches have opposed one another over the course of their rugby careers, while Gatland also has vast experience of the Irish game from his time in charge of the country and his spell as boss of the British and Irish Lions. While there may be a lukewarm welcome for Gatland from the Irish fans, following his controversial decision to drop national hero Brian O'Driscoll from the Lions' third and final test in Australia last year, Schmidt insists he has no special plans for the Welsh visitors. "I've no doubt Warren knows a fair bit about what I do and I know a fair bit about what he does as well," said Schmidt, ahead of a second-round clash that could prove decisive in the destination of the Six Nations title. "Obviously, he's coa ...
James Martin previews the Six Nations. FRANCE V ENGLAND Kickoff: 18:00 I’m afraid I will have to resort to a rugby cliché at some point in the next paragraph or two. This game is theoretically in the bag for England. Given the way Stuart Lancaster’s side have played in the last two years they should smash the French. It could easily be the biggest result for the English on French soil since Agincourt. It could be Nelson at Trafalgar. England, since Lancaster has been coach, have only lost two games in the Six Nations. Both of them against Wales. In Autumn Internationals England have once thrashed New Zealand, run them close again last Autumn, beaten Australia, and in truth, look capable of beating any side in the World. So what about Les Bleus? In Paris. History tells us that in the Six Nations following Lions Tours the French win. History also tells us that according to Henry Ford, history is in fact bunk. Another little saying is that if you don’t learn from history you will end up repeating it. ...
Nowell and 'Luther Burrell' will make their England debuts in Saturday's Six Nations opener against France. There are four changes in all from the side that lost [30 - 22] to New Zealand at Twickenham in November. Gloucester winger Jonny May will win his second cap at Stade de France, while Harlequins' Danny Care has been recalled at scrum-half. Quins' Joe Marler retains his place at loose-head prop ahead of Mako Vunipola.
Munster Haka 2013. (Northern Hemisphere) 1.Corbisiero: The Lions call was a massive impact on the tour and made his name known to the world. 2. Hibbard:This Welsh hooker had a fantastic Six Nations and was rightly included in the Lions Squad. 3. A.Jones: The experienced Welsh international tore Austrailas scrum apart with Corbisiero setting the platform for a succesful Lions tour. 4. A.W. Jones: Alun-wyn Jones impressed throughout 2013 and captained the historic Lions team to victory over Australia. 5. O'Connell: Following his return from injury O'Connell was key to Munster reaching the Heineken Cup semi-final. The Limerick man provided numerous Man-of the Match performances with Munster, Lions and Ireland and was particularly outstanding when the All Blacks came to the Aviva. 6. O'Mahony: Munster's captain Peter O'Mahony like O'Connell played one of his best ever games against New Zealand in what was a solid year for the Ireland number 6. 7. Warburton: Sam Warburton lead Wales to a second consecutive Si ...
News: Cape Town - Former Stormers and Western Province eighthman Robbie Diack and hooker Rob Herring have both been included in Ireland's preliminary squad ahead of the Six Nations. According to Die Burger's website, Diack has been tipped to make his Test debut for Ireland when the Six Nations begins. The talented 110kg forward is currently playing his sixth season of club rugby in Ireland and became eligible to play for Ireland two years ago. Serious injuries to loose forwards Sean O'Brien and Stephen Ferris opened the door for the 28-year-old's selection. Diack impressed Irish coach Joe Schmidt playing alongside fellow South Africans Ruan Pienaar and Johann Muller at Ulster. 24-year-old hooker Herring, also an Ulster player, was included in the team at the expense of fellow South African and former Cheetahs player Richardt Strauss, who underwent a heart operation in December last year. Other newcomers named in the preliminary Ireland team were New Zealand-born prop Rodney Ah You, loose forwards Robin Co ...
2013 in review: France December 19, 2013 The hooter has sounded (or, in the case of Stade Francais’ Stade Jean Bouin, the bell has tolled) and the great Romain Poite-in-the-sky is about to blow his whistle on 2013 – but there’s still time for one desperate last play to round off French rugby year in style. But who will look back on 2013, the year that Toulon won the Heineken Cup, Stade Francais reached the final of the Amlin Cup and Castres were crowned Top 14 champions, with pride? Or frustration, joy, disappointment, happiness, anger – or any other emotion you’d care to think of..? Success of the Year This is a tough one, as French successes this year have been few and far between, to say the least. After their perfect run in the 2012 autumn internationals, Philippe Saint-Andre’s side returned to action in a blaze of ignomany to win the wooden spoon in the 2013 Six Nations. That was, of course, perfect preparation for a tour of New Zealand in the summer, where – with perfect timing – the ...
2013 in review: England December 19, 2013 Jamie 1 comment england huddle England’s 2013 began with such promise, entering the Six Nations off the back of the titanic win over New Zealand at the end of the previous year. The first game against Scotland saw the men in white stick to the adventurous style of play that had paid dividends against the All Blacks, but sadly after that the promise shown in these games was not capitalised upon. The rest of the Six Nations campaign saw England revert to type, taking in scrappy wins over Ireland, Italy and France before culminating in that chastening day at Millenium Stadium, when Wales ran amok to *** the title from English hands. A summer tour to face a second string Argentina taught us little, while the Autumn campaign was again a mixed bag – the first half against Argentina was the best rugby England had played since the opening game against Scotland, but then they fell away so catastrophically in the second half that it looked for a while a different tea .. ...
Rugby Union: Christian Wade out for six months after damaging foot ligaments • England face injury crisis on wing for Six Nations • 'It is devastating news for player and club,' say Wasps Stuart Lancaster's already extensive backline problems increased further on Monday when the Wasps wing Christian Wade was ruled out for the rest of the season after suffering a foot injury in the closing minutes against London Irish on Saturday. Wade, who was picked to play against Argentina last month only to pull a hamstring in training, was told that significant ligament damage meant he needed surgery and would be out of action for six months, ruling him out of the summer tour to New Zealand as well as the Six Nations. Wade, who has scored five Premiership tries this season, one behind the leader, David Strettle, became the second England wing to be ruled out of the Six Nations in less than a week with London Irish's Marland Yarde ruled out for up to four months with a hip problem. In addition, the centres Manu Tu ...
French News: France looks to end a miserable year on a high note with a fifth straight home win against the Springboks and build momentum for the Six Nations Championship. France has won only two matches this year, and finished last in the Six Nations before losing four consecutive matches against New Zealand. While last weekend's 38-18 win boosted morale, that performance was littered with missed tackles and the French will not get away with that against coach Heyneke Meyer's well-drilled side. "It would be good for the confidence of the team to finish 2013 well because we're starting 2014 with two home games and England and Italy," France coach Philippe Saint-Andre said. Catch all the news and chats on www.ruggaworld.com
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'No reason we can't beat Boks' 2013-11-04 Cape Town - Wales scrumhalf Mike Phillips says there's "no reason" why they can't go out and beat the Springboks in Cardiff on Saturday. The "Red Dragons" have improved markedly in recent years, winning two Grand Slams and three Six Nations titles since Warren Gatland took over as coach in 2008. However, their record against the three Southern Hemisphere powers - South Africa, New Zealand and Australia - remains dismal. They have suffered 22 defeats in 23 matches against the "Big Three" under Gatland with the sole victory coming against the Wallabies in 2008. Their overall record in Tests against South Africa is also poor, with the Boks holding a 24-1 winning record, with one match ending in a draw. However, Phillips is adamant that things will be different this time round, especially since they've come close to notching victories against the Boks in their last four outings. South Africa won 17-16 at the World Cup in New Zealand two years ago and in three Tests in ...
Today's Rugby News: England have released 10 players back to their Premiership clubs ahead of the first autumn international against Australia on 2 November. Wales' four rugby regions have backed the Anglo-French plan for a revamped European competition from next season. Five players at Premiership clubs tested positive for recreational drugs last season. Wales coach Warren Gatland says winning the 2014 Six Nations title is more important than being successful in next month's autumn internationals. Santiago Phelan has resigned as Argentina head coach after five and a half years in charge. Ulster prop John Afoa says he will use the international break to begin discussions on his future at Ravenhill. Connacht winger Matt Healy has penned a two-year contract extension that will keep him at the Irish province until the summer of 2016. Ulster back-row forward, Chris Henry, has marked his 29th birthday by signing a new three-year deal with the province to stay at Ravenhill until at least June 2017. New Zealand ...
This is a Preview: New Zealand v France..! HEAD TO HEAD: Played: 51, New Zealand 38, France 12, Draw 1 LAST TIME: New Zealand beat France 8-7, World Cup final 2011 at Eden Park WALKING WOUNDED: The French left Morgan Parra and Francois Trinh-Duc in order to give them a break after five seasons. They have also undergone a radical change of personnel with many players who played in their Top 14 competition not arriving until this week and excluded from Test consideration as a result. New Zealand have lost first five-eighths Dan Carter to a cracked bone in his hand while veteran prop Tony Woodcock is also out with an abscess in his nose. Halfback Piri Weepu has been rested after last week's head knock. FORM: France suffered a miserable Six Nations, finishing last. They are in a significant rebuilding phase under coach Philippe Saint-Andreu and will be looking to make progress while on this tour of New Zealand. They are not helped by the lack of experience for the first Test especially. New Zealand, on the ot ...
LIONS: Bradley Davies will lead Wales on their two-Test tour of Japan motivated by the miserable experience of watching his team-mates win successive Six Nations titles without him. The 26-year-old Cardiff Blues lock was yesterday confirmed as captain of interim head coach Robin McBryde’s 27-man squad, which is shorn of the 15-strong Welsh contingent away on Lions duty, despite not having played for his country since November. On that occasion Davies was knocked out by a punch from New Zealand hooker Andrew Hore less than 30 seconds into the Millennium Stadium Test between the sides, with a subsequent ankle injury ruling him out of Wales’ successful Six Nations title defence.
Six Nations Rugby live 3pm England v Italy. Stuart Lancaster's England host Italy as they continue their bid to become Six Nations champions. The Azzurri are traditionally seen as the weakest team in the competition, but proved with their opening-day defeat of France that they are no pushovers. Equally, the men in white will be determined not to rest on their laurels - especially given their superb recent displays against nations such as New Zealand and Ireland. When England went to Rome last year, they managed to eke out a narrow 19-15 win. John Inverdale presents, with former England coach Sir Clive Woodward and former captain Lawrence Dallaglio on hand with expert analysis.
Sunday morning Sports update: *Stumps on day two in Chennai and India recovered from 2 for 12 to be 3 for 182 with Sachin Tendulkar not out on 71 and Virat Kohli unbeaten on 50. James Pattinson took all of Australia's wickets, finishing with figures of 3 for 25. *Meanwhile in domestic cricket, Western Australia is on the brink of an unlikely win heading into the final days play of the shield match against Tasmania at the WACA. The Warriors need just six runs to win, while the Tigers need two wickets, chasing 357 to win WA did brilliantly to be 8 for 351 Ashton Agar will resume unbeaten on 71. *England completed a comfortable five-wicket victory over New Zealand in the third and final one-day international match at Eden Park *Super Rugby Queensland playmaker Ben Tapuai scored a pair of tries as the Reds outran New South Wales 25-17 at Lang Park. John Kirwan's reign as Blues coach got off to a victorious start with a deserved 34-20 bonus point salute over the Hurricanes. In other games Southern Kings 22-10 ...
Six Nations: Ashton insists England bad boys have learnt lesson Ashton hit the headlines for the wrong reasons at the 2011 World Cup in New Zealand when he was photographed in a bar hosting a dwarf-throwing event with fellow players Mike Tindall and Dylan Hartley. Those... ~SportsMan
Six Nations 2013: Wales' Sam Warburton upbeat on title defence RBS Six Nations Championship: WALES V IRELAND Venue: Millennium Stadium, Cardiff Date: Saturday 2 February Kick-off: 13:30 GMT Captain Sam Warburton says Wales are upbeat about defending their Six Nations title despite poor results at international and regional level. Wales enter the championship on the back of seven straight defeats and none of the regions reached the Heineken Cup knockout stages. Wales have not won since beating the Barbarians 30-21 in June . "[We are] Grand Slam champions and that's how we are going to approach the campaign," said Warburton. The Cardiff Blues open-side flanker understands that there is a depressed air about Welsh rugby but insists that it has not entered the Wales camp, despite four defeats to Australia and reversals against Argentina, Samoa and New Zealand. "It's understandable that people are looking that way at Welsh rugby," he admitted. "But quite a few times I have come into campaigns and people don't ...
Six Nations; England v Scotland preview Uncapped Gloucester centre Billy Twelvetrees will start for England against Scotland at Twickenham on Saturday. Twelvetrees comes in for Manu Tuilagi, while Joe Marler replaces Alex Corbisiero in two changes from the side that started againstNew Zealandin December. Dylan Hartley, Toby Flood and David Strettle come on to the replacements’ bench for David Paice, Freddie Burns and Jonathan Joseph respectively. “We are happy to stick with the team that did so well against New Zealand, especially in light of the fact that they have all been in good form for their clubs since then,” said England head coach Stuart Lancaster. “There were some very tight calls, with some experienced players coming back into contention, and I am sure the bench will have a significant impact on the game. “We can’t wait to get back to Twickenham and hopefully experience the same atmosphere as the autumn when the crowd was superb. It means a lot to the players to have such support in ...
Rob Howley says Wales' coaching set-up was compromised when he and Warren Gatland shared the job in the autumn. Wales' interim coach is at the helm for the Six Nations, while Gatland is on British and Irish Lions duty ahead of the summer of 2013 tour to Australia. Howley coached Wales for the two opening defeats by Argentina and Samoa, while Gatland was in charge as they lost to New Zealand and Australia.
SCOTLAND PICKS MAITLANDHAS wasted little time in rushing former Crusaders wing Sean Maitland into its squad to begin preparations for the Six Nations. The 24-year-old is one of 10 uncapped players named in the 35-strong group by new coach Scott Johnson. Maitland has only been in Scotland for three months, but qualifies for immediate selection due to his grandparents being born in Glasgow. He signed with the Glasgow Warriorsafter becoming frustrated with his lack of progression in the New Zealand system. Having starred for the Crusaders and been on the cusp of All Blacks selection, he is almost certain to make the cut when Johnson whittles down his squad following a three-day training camp in Glasgow next Sunday. Scotland finished last in the 2012 Six Nations. Scotland squad Forwards: Alasdair Dickinson, Ryan Grant, Dougie Hall, Pat MacArthur, Ross Ford, Euan Murray, Geoff Cross, Moray Low, Alastair Kellock, Richie Gray, Jim Hamilton, Grant Gilchrist, Kelly Brown, Robert Harley, Ryan Wilson, Johnnie Beatti ...
RWC 2015 Focus - Pool A profile Jonny Wilkinson had the final say as England beat Australia to win RWC 2003 The Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool Allocation Draw last month threw up some mouthwatering matches, so we start by looking at Pool A, which features Australia, hosts England, Wales and the Oceania 1 qualifier and Repechage winner. By Jon Newcombe In each of the last two Rugby World Cups the finalists have come from the same pool: England v South Africa (2007) and New Zealand v France (2011). It is not beyond imagination that the same scenario will happen again in Rugby World Cup 2015 after host nation England were paired with two fellow top 10 sides in Australia and Wales. Throw in Fiji, as the likely Oceania 1 qualifier, and Pool A promises to be the ultimate ‘Pool of Death’. No match in the history of the Six Nations is as eagerly anticipated on both sides of the border than England v Wales, let alone on a World Cup stage. While the two countries do battle on an annual basis in the northern hemisphe ...
Rugby Union News: England flanker Tom Johnson hopes they can take the form from November's win over New Zealand into the Six Nations.
Elite England after toppling the All Blacks England’s incredible victory over New Zealand will mean very little if it does not provide a platform to improve on the fairly average win ratio achieved during Stuart Lancaster’s short tenure as England coach. The men in white, and now sometimes purple, won just 50% of their fixtures in 2012 (6/12) and only managed one win over the Big Three Southern Hemisphere rugby powers from six attempts. Despite the unlikely win over the All Blacks, Lancaster must not be afraid to rotate his playing staff if England are to win a first Grand Slam in 10 years. Injuries, possible suspensions, and the complex rules governing the elite squad make it nigh on impossible to predict how many changes will be made in the Six Nations squad. But based on the first half of the season a number of players should make way for returning experienced internationals and some young, but very much in form, Premiership stars. Forwards In the forwards, the props are likely to stay the same but ...
Daily Overview EUR/USD (Bloomberg) The euro traded 0.1 percent from a six-week high versus the dollar before European Union finance ministers meet in Brussels today amid optimism the region can find solutions for its debt crisis. The euro held a three-day gain against the yen after Greece offered to spend as much as 10 billion euros ($13 billion) to buy back government securities and as Spain said it expects funds for bank recapitalization next week. The dollar remained lower as U.S. lawmakers continue negotiations on how to avert the so-called fiscal cliff of spending cuts and tax increases. Demand for Australia's currency was limited on speculation the central bank will lower interest rates today. Euro sentiment has brightened and there is reason to be optimistic, said Mike Jones, a currency strategist at Bank of New Zealand in Wellington. I still cant help but think that the missing ingredient for sustained gains is some improvement in the economic data out of Europe.Jones predicts the euro will be at ...
Since the 2007 World Cup the Six Nations teams have lost 31 of the 38 home games they have played against New Zealand, Australia and South Africa.
After Saturday: the Tri-Nations, World Cup, Heineken Cup, Six Nations and Super Rugby titles will be held by New Zealand coaches
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