Monday, February 27, 2012
Ireland coach Declan Kidney refused to get carried away by Ireland's 42-10 victory over Italy at Lansdowne Road on Saturday to claim their first win of this year's Six Nations tournament and end a run of three successive home defeats.
Wales snatched a dramatic 19-12 win over England to win the Triple Crown and keep their hopes of a Six Nations Grand Slam alive at Twickenham here on Saturday.
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
French coach Philippe Saint-Andre on Sunday said that next weekend's Six Nations clash against Scotland would be a pivotal moment in his first tournament as the national handler.
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Wales overcame a sluggish start to crush an error-prone and ill-disciplined Scotland 27-13 in the Six Nations on Sunday and make it two wins from two.
Monday, February 13, 2012
Saturday's Six Nations encounter between France and Ireland was called off because of a frozen pitch, 10 minutes after the game had been due to kickoff.
England topped Italy 19-15 in falling snow at Stadio Olimpico on Saturday, earning out a second straight win from two matches in Six Nations rugby.
Saturday, February 11, 2012
Scotland are so confident of playing Wales at their own game in a Six Nations clash in Cardiff on Sunday, they've asked for the Millennium Stadium's roof to be closed in a bid to ensure ideal conditions.
Thursday, February 9, 2012
Toulouse lock Yoan Maestri says cleaning up his act on the pitch is the reason why he has made the progress required which sees him rewarded with his first start for Rugby World Cup finalists France at the Stade de France on Saturday against Ireland.
France have brought Imanol Harinordoquy into their team for Saturday's Six Nations home clash against Ireland in four changes to the starting lineup from last weekend's opening victory against Italy.
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
Wales lock Bradley Davies and Ireland's Stephen Ferris face disciplinary action after being cited on Tuesday for foul play in last weekend's Six Nations clash, organisers said.