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2015/03/29 00:45
2015/03/29 00:45
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Iain Morrison: Home nations’ World Cup hopes Home nations' captains would all love to take the William Webb Ellis trophy home. Picture: Getty WITH the World Cup just 173 days hence it’s time to look...
2015/03/29 00:45
2015/03/29 00:45
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2015/03/28 19:37
2015/03/28 19:37
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It attracted a world record attendance for a club rugby match and Ashton’s afternoon finished early in the sin-bin, but his mildest of tip tackles on Harlequins’ Matt Hopper was in no way the least...
2015/03/28 10:08
2015/03/28 10:08
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The calls to switch Tuilagi’s role have come from some of the most respected figures in the game. In particular, 2003 World Cup winning coach Sir Clive Woodward has been leading the cries for Tuilagi...
2015/03/28 10:08
2015/03/28 10:08
1d
In 2014, Burrell’s form was all the more eye-catching because he was playing out of position at 13. In 2015, Lancaster selected him in his favoured position of inside centre. However, Burrell does not...
2015/03/27 15:08
2015/03/27 15:08
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Danny Cipriani grabbed a number of headlines prior to this Six Nations. His form for Sale and the injury to Owen Farrell propelled the fly-half to first-choice backup behind George Ford for the...
2015/03/26 14:42
2015/03/26 14:42
3d
Last years winners Ireland go into the tournaments as favourites following wins over Southern Hemisphere giants South Africa and Australia in the autumn. But like the England squad, Joe Schmidt's...
2015/03/24 06:20
2015/03/24 06:20
5d
Gallery: The pictures that tell the story of an unforgettable day of rugby As we all draw our breath after an extraordinary finale to the Six Nations, it’s time to consider how the northern...
2015/03/23 18:37
2015/03/23 18:37
6d
Looking fit and strong – but with a glass jaw Stuart Lancaster, the head coach, is adamant: England have the capacity to reclaim the world title on home soil. He believes his players will be as fit...
2015/03/23 14:09
2015/03/23 14:09
6d
Brian Moore Yes, Ireland were marginally better because they were more accurate and disciplined. Mick Cleary Yes, of course. The margins were tight throughout with one team knocking off the other in...
2015/03/23 13:13
2015/03/23 13:13
6d
England beat France 55-35 at Twickenham on Saturday but fell six points short of the title as they had to settle for their fourth runners-up spot in a row. Although Lancaster admitted his players...
2015/03/22 21:37
2015/03/22 21:37
7d
The glass can always be half empty in sport and of course a fourth successive second place in the Six Nations provides grounds for pessimism. Not to mention the cold, hard fact that the All Blacks...
2015/03/21 20:37
2015/03/21 20:37
8d
England redefined the notion of heroic failure and rugby was reinvented as a mad, muscular version of basketball. When Nigel Owens, the world’s best referee, sounded the final whistle, the England...
2015/03/21 01:37
2015/03/21 01:37
9d
If Ireland go out and amass a huge score against Scotland that will surely be enough for them to take the tournament – but when so far have they looked like doing that? Scotland will not make it easy...
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2015/03/20 17:38
2015/03/20 17:38
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If England do need to rack up the points, Lancaster will have a decision to make. Does he stick with George Ford, the fly-half that has matured as the tournament as progressed, or send on replacement...
2015/03/18 01:32
2015/03/18 01:32
12d
England attacking skills coach Mike Catt reflects on the vision of exciting Bath backs Jonathan Joseph and George Ford by declaring: "They get it." Joseph and Ford will join forces for a final time...
2015/03/16 14:51
2015/03/16 14:51
13d
George Ford's recent performances for England have earned him many plaudits The Bath No 10, who scored his first Test try against Scotland on Saturday, has made the most of his opportunities in the...
2015/03/13 21:51
2015/03/13 21:51
16d
England face Scotland at Twickenham on Saturday It was the precocious 21-year-old's first taste of defeat as an England starter, and having spent an hour trying – and failing – to live with Johnny...
2015/03/12 23:37
2015/03/12 23:37
17d
Maybe we all got a bit carried away because they were comprehensively beaten and the result in Dublin puts into context just where many of these young contenders are in their development in the game....
2015/03/10 11:41
2015/03/10 11:41
19d
England's progress towards a successful Rugby World Cup grounded to a shuddering halt in Dublin where they were well beaten by an Irish side in the ascendancy. In the process another chance of a Grand...
2015/03/05 22:37
2015/03/05 22:37
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Burgess stays in the outside centre position, having failed to oust another rugby league refugee, Kyle Eastmond, from the inside centre role. In fairness to the Yorkshireman, his work-rate against...
2015/03/29 00:45
2015/03/29 00:45
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