Six Nations & Owen Farrell

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. Owen Andrew Farrell (born 24 September 1991) is an English rugby union player, currently playing for Aviva Premiership side Saracens. 5.0/5

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Six Nations: England's Owen Farrell should be fit to face Scotland despite leg injury
Eddie Jones plays down Owen Farrell injury concerns in tense press conference interview.
Owen Farrell is refusing to take his England place for granted as Jonathan Joseph gets Six Nation -
WALES demolition man Ross Moriarty has revealed his pleasure at leaving Owen Farrell in a heap against England, ...
Owen Farrell eyes England captaincy as he approaches his 50th cap in Six Nations clash with Italy
Owen Farrell backed to become next England captain ahead of Six Nations clash v Italy
Six Nations: Are Eddie Jones and Owen Farrell the new Ferguson and Keane?
Saracens 36-18 Exeter: Six Nations stars Billy Vunipola and Owen Farrell make try-scoring return as Sarries reclaim top s…
Ireland have pinpointed Owen Farrell's passing game as a key threat this weekend
England coach Stuart Lancaster will live or die by Owen Farrell gamble: MARTIN SAMUEL: England's defeat agains...
England fly-half Owen Farrell is ruled out of the entire Six Nations with a knee injury.
Wales vs England: Owen Farrell ruled out of opening Six Nations match in Cardiff after suffering knee injury
England fly half Owen Farrell has been ruled out of the whole of the Six Nations Championship with a knee injury
England will be without Owen Farrell for the Six Nations after a knee injury ruled him out
England have been coming to terms with the ‘big loss’ of Owen Farrell for their entire RBS Six Nations campaign...
Owen Farrell and Kyle Eastmond join England injury list before Six Nations -
England fly-half Owen Farrell is doubtful for England's Six Nations clash with Wales next week, with a knee injury.
Owen Farrell doubtful for Six Nations opener with knee injury
England's best-laid plans for the Six Nations were in tatters on Sunday night as Owen Farrell and Kyle Eastmond joined a growing list of casualties in danger of missing the opener against Wales.
Owen Farrell and Kyle Eastmond laid low as England injury crisis grows ahead of Six Nations opener ... -
Wales v England: Owen Farrell is a doubt for Six Nations opener after suffering … – WalesOnline
Owen Farrell and Kyle Eastmond become the latest England players to be injured ahead of the Six Nations.
News: Glasgow. | Owen Farrell: I wont play out of position to get into Englands Six Nations...: 30pm) Leinster...
Owen Farrell: I won't play out of position to get into England's Six Nations squad
Owen Farrell is not giving up on a Six Nations starting spot any time soon.
Kyran Bracken: “Sport is now an entertainment business, not just a game.” April 3, 2014 Mike Cooper caught up with former England and Saracens scrum-half Kyran Bracken, to look back at England’s Six Nations but first and foremost preview his old club’s trip to Belfast this weekend. MC: Kyran, thanks a lot for your time. First up, let’s talk about your old club, Saracens. How on earth do they go about getting a win at fortress Ravenhill against Ulster this Saturday? KB: I’ve actually got a good feeling about Sarries this weekend. Their form in the Premiership is great and they have strength in depth in key positions which has been brought on by their rotation system – at hooker, scrum half, fly half and full back in particular. Obviously Ulster have been looking better and better over the years, but I think that, out of all the potential away draws, this is the one that Saracens would have wanted – Ulster’s gameplan probably suits the way Saracens want to play. I think it will be close, b ...
News: Rugby ion: scored seven tries in an emphatic 52-11 victory over Italy on Saturday but their hopes of winning the Six Nations Championship still depend on Ireland losing or drawing with France. , hoping to cancel out Ireland's 49-point advantage, looked to be chasing a big score from the start and led 24-6 at halftime after two tries from Mike Brown, named man of the match for the third time in the tournament, and one for Owen Farrell, who again was faultless with eight out of eight kicks at goal. Jack Nowell, with his first international try, Mako V ipola and replacement centre Manu Tuilagi, in his first appearance for in a year, crossed after the break as looked on course for the huge win they needed to give them a chance of the title even in the case of an Irish victory in Paris. However, an interception score by Leonardo Sarto after 68 minutes took the wind out of their sails, before captain Chris Robshaw finished on a high by claiming 's seventh at the death. .
Full-back Mike Brown scored two tries and Owen Farrell added 22 points to secure a 52-11 rout of Italy at the Stadio Olimpico and put England within sight of the Six Nations title on Saturday
England 13-10 Ireland 22 February 2014 Updated 18:29 By Tom Fordyce - Chief sports writer England ended Ireland's Triple Crown ambitions and blew the Six Nations title race wide open as they fought back to edge one of the great Twickenham battles. Rob Kearney's beautifully worked try had given Ireland a seven-point lead early in the second half before Danny Care replied with a thrilling score of his own to steal it back. Owen Farrell, who had earlier notched two penalties, then landed the conversion before a titanic final quarter saw both sides reduced to stumbling exhaustion by the relentless pace. With both teams attacking in waves against remorseless defences, Ireland could not work the break nor penalty they needed as the seconds ran out. It meant there would be no happy ending for the peerless Brian O'Driscoll - in his record-equalling 139th Test - on his last appearance at this stadium, and no second Grand Slam with which to garland his final season. But for England - beaten at the death by France a ...
Owen Farrell with a penalty to cut Ireland's lead at Twickenham to 10-6 -
England got their Six Nations campaign back on track with a crushing 20-0 Calcutta Cup victory over Scotland at Murrayfield on Saturday. Luther Burrell and Mike Brown, as they'd done in defeat by France last weekend, both scored tries as the 132nd edition of international rugby union's oldest fixture saw Scotland rendered pointless by England for the first time since a 15-0 loss at Murrayfield in 1978. Had not fly-half Owen Farrell missed several goalkicks, the final scoreline might have been even more lopsided. Scotland made three changes from the side that opened the Six Nations with a 28-6 loss to Ireland last weekend, with Australia coach Scott Johnson controversially dropping captain Kelly Brown and giving his place at openside flanker to debutant Chris Fusaro. Tommy Seymour replaced the injured Sean Maitland while Matt Scott was brought into midfield instead of Duncan Taylor. Scrum-half Greig Laidlaw took over the captaincy from Brown. England, whose first match in charge under coach Stuart Lancaste ...
Best of the Weekend: Six Nations begins with a bang February 3, 2014 France break English hearts in Paris A fantastic late try from Gael Fickou was enough to see off a valiant comeback from England, and secure a dramatic 26-24 win for France at the Stade de France. Les Bleus got off to the perfect start when a combination of clinical French attack, and a lucky bounce of a ball, allowed Yoann Huget to dive over in the corner, with the game just 32 seconds old. The home side used this early momentum to their advantage, and soon raced into a 16-3 lead, leaving England fans fearing the worst for their youthful side, who struggled in all areas for the first 30 minutes of the game. The English comeback started just before half-time, when Danny Care took a quick tap penalty, catching the French defence flat-footed, and found Mike Brown in enough space for the fullback to nimbly work his way over, cutting the deficit to eight. Points from the boots of Owen Farrell, Care, and Alex Goode, and a debut try from Luthe ...
The opening match result for England in the Six Nations at the Parc de Stade in Paris ,was always going to be dependent on the temperament of the underrated French Team,whom had not played at their best in the championship in 2013. The end to end scintillating wide and expansive forward play, for England saw a battered team 16-3 down at half-time, pull themselves together to batter France with an excellent opportunistic try by Mike Brown and force the conversions by Owen Farrell in the second half. England looked hungry enough to *** a result with a leading 19-24 with only minutes left. It proved decisive that the French resolve aided by the oval rugby ball lead to superlative tries for Yoann Huget and a masterly winning try by the substitute Gael Fickou gave the `Cockerels' victory 26-24 in this entertainment spectacle : with no cigar for England. I thought that England played well with Danny Care and Billy Vunipola and new cap Luther Burrell (try scorer) outstanding and all will play with less veno ...
France stun England after late try 01 February 2014, 21:18 France snatched a thrilling 26-24 Six Nations victory over England on Saturday thanks to a late converted try by Gael Fickou at the Stade de France. Replacement Fickou broke free on the left wing to cross the line with three minutes left, denying England a famous comeback victory after they had battled back superbly from a 13-point deficit. France, desperate to erase memories of last year's championship when they managed only one victory, stunned England when winger Yoann Huget touched down for the first try after 30 seconds. Huget increased the French advantage with a second try 17 minutes later before three points from Owen Farrell's boot and a Mike Brown try five minutes before halftime gave England hope. The rampaging Billy Vunipola continued to cut through the French defence early in the second half and England deservedly nosed ahead when he set up debutant centre Luther Burrell for the visitors' second try. Danny Care's drop goal made it 21- ...
Six Nations 2014: 5 youngsters to watch January 30, 2014 1. George Ford (England) Ford’s promise is almost a thing of legend in England; he has been talked about as the ‘next big thing’ for that long. Still just 20 years of age, he has an impressive roll call of credits already to his name, including IRB Young Player of the Year (the youngest, and only English, man to ever win it), an LV Cup winners medal and a Premiership winners medal. His move to Bath has proved that he can handle the pressure of being first choice in big games (see the draw at Welford Road for proof), and even his place kicking demons seem to have deserted him this season. Owen Farrell is far more established despite being only a year older, but Ford, who has a much better-rounded attacking game, could well prove himself to be England’s long term answer this Six Nations. 2. Gael Fickou (France) The Toulouse centre seems to have been around for a while now, but he actually only made his France debut last Six Nations against Sco ...
England search for Flood replacement 23rd December 2013 11:16 Toby Flood's cross-channel switch next season means England must now decide on who to back up Owen Farrell going into the RWC 2015. Farrell, England's number one, has only missed the Six Nations match against Italy this year since being used as a replacement against South Africa in November 2012. Although criticism remains over his ability to open up England's attack, the Saracen is the clear frontrunner in the position due to lack of clear competition around him. Flood indeed was Farrell's main rival, along with being England's most experience player during the November Tests with his 60 caps. All but confirmed, Flood's move to France - most likely to Toulouse - will render him unavailable for selection from next season such is England's policy with overseas players. The decision to be made by England head coach Stuart Lancaster is whether to use Flood in next year's Six Nations or to start developing a secondary and tertiary fly-half option a ...
Warren Gatland has selected 11 Welshmen in his squad to face the BarbariansWales will dominate the opening match of the 2013 British & Irish Lions with nine players selected to start against the Barbarians in Hong Kong. Centre pair Jamie Roberts and Jonathan Davies continue their winning Test partnership in midfield alongside Six Nations try hero Alex Cuthbert. Three Ospreys forwards will start at Hong Kong Stadium including front-row pair Adam Jones and Richard Hibbard as well as flanker Justin Tipuric who gets the nod after tour captain Sam Warburton was ruled out with a knee injury. Tipuric lines up between Newport Gwent Dragons pair Dan Lydiate and Toby Faletau in an all-Wales back-row in front of scrum-half Mike Phillips. The veteran Test number nine will provide crucial experience for half-back partner Owen Farrell who is joined by Saracens team-mate Mako Vunipola. Scotland's trio of tourists, Stuart Hogg, Sean Maitland and Richie Gray all start while 2009 captain Paul O'Connell will lead the team i ...
- Jonny Wilkinson and Owen Farrell set to meet in semi-final
Six Nations team of the tournament - Owen Farrell??? can't kick pens so what use is he - i don't get it
Owen Farrell back at fly-half for England v Wales in Six Nations decider. Ben Youngs starts at scrum-half, Joe Marler & Tom Croft in pack.
Mako Vunipola to make first England start in Sunday's RBS Six Nations game v Italy. Five changes - Toby Flood replaces Owen Farrell
Six Nations: Mako Vunipola handed his first start as England make five changes for match against Italy. Toby Flood replaces Owen Farrell.
BBC: Farrell 50-50 for England v Italy: Owen Farrell is rated 50-50 for England's Six Nations match with Italy...
Six Nations: England fly-half Owen Farrell could still recover in time to face Italy: Owen Farrell has not yet...
England retain Farrell hope: Owen Farrell has not yet been ruled out of England's RBS Six Nations fixture with...
Leicester flanker Tom Croft has been called into England's Six Nations squad but Owen Farrell will not play ag...
Farrell injured but Croft returns: England fly-half Owen Farrell is not fit to face Italy in the Six Nations but flanker Tom Croft is...
- Calm it! Stuart Lancaster tells Owen Farrell to stay cool as Six Nations pres...
Six Nations: Toby Flood ‘on standby’ with injured Owen Farrell likely to be…
Six Nations: Toby Flood 'on standby' with injured Owen Farrell likely to be saved for Grand Sl...
England flyhalf Owen Farrell is "fifty-fifty" for the Six Nations match against Italy at Twickenham on March 10.
Six Nations: England's Owen Farrell is 50-50 but Freddie Burns could be back - Evening…
Owen Farrell rated at '50-50' to be fit for England's Six Nations clash with Italy
Six Nations 2013 Prediction: Scotland vs Ireland Posted on Feb 22, 2013 This weekend promises a fascinating match in Edinburgh as Scotland and Ireland battle it out to stay within touching distance of leaders England. As Scotland ran in their fourth try against Italy in round two, Ireland were about to be put to the sword by a solid English side who won it from the boot of Owen Farrell. This weekend in the nation’s capital offers both teams the chance to win and get their tournaments on the right track while consigning the loser to fight it out to avoid the dreaded wooden spoon. Reasons to back Scotland Scotland interim head coach Scott Johnson makes one change this weekend from the team who comfortably dispatched Italy as tighthead prop Euan Murray is replaced by Edinburgh’s Geoff Cross due to Murray’s religious beliefs. Aside from that, the Scottish side is exactly as it was when they finished off Italy with Johnson admitting that he is looking to add a competitive edge to the side while still man ...
England talk up Owen Farrell ahead of Six Nations showdown with Ireland via
Casually just decided to switch from Superbowl to the highlights of Six Nations and omg Owen Farrell,my day off ill is getting better
So...who was your Six Nations 'player of the week' ?
Six Nations: England star Farrell looking to ‘punish’ Scotland: Fly-half Owen Farrell is hoping that ...
is on the bench for the start of Six Nations, how dare they choose Owen Farrell over him
Owen Farrell has just slotted his 25th kick in a row. Very much becoming Mr. Reliable and looking good ahead of the Six Nations
Farrell's on form: Owen impresses England boss Lancaster ahead of Six Nations kickoff
On the fly: Saracens to hand Owen Farrell fly-half role ahead of Six Nations
Owen Farrell dropped from England side to play South Africa: Owen Farrell, the darling of England’s Six Nations ...
George North's tackle on Owen Farrell in the Six Nations
Also just been informed that Andy Farrell (England coach in Six Nations and father of Owen - England Fly-half) is a customer of ours.
DTN UK: Lancaster puts his faith in Farrell: • Farrell to start at No10 for Six Nations match with Wales• Teenag...
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