France could count themselves somewhat fortunate to pick up victory on the Six Nations opening weekend.
Ireland and Wales went toe-to-toe in the Six Nations opening weekend and although both sides came out bruised, there was no winner.
England lifted the Calcutta Cup for the sixth successive year with a 15-9 victory over Scotland on Saturday, as the Six Nations got underway.
As a rugby union fan, the start of the Six Nations is a glorious and stressful time of the year.
Wales head coach Warren Gatland and captain Sam Warburton give their views after their side drew 16-16 with Ireland in their RBS 6 Nations opener in Dublin.
Johnny Sexton kicked a penalty six minutes from time to preserve injury-hit Ireland’s unbeaten RBS 6 Nations home record under Joe Schmidt and stall Wales’ stirring fightback.
England launched the Eddie Jones era by emerging from a tricky RBS 6 Nations opener against Scotland at Murrayfield with a 15-9 victory.
England’s new era under Eddie Jones will get off to a familiar feel, with no new faces in the starting XV to face Scotland in Saturday’s Six Nations opener.
Determined Ilkeston shrugged off several positional changes and a pitch switch to batter Bugbrooke and romp to a well-deserved victory.
France head coach Guy Novès says he is proud to be leading his nation in the upcoming RBS Six Nations Championship.
Wales boss Warren Gatland beleives title holders Ireland are favourites to win the upcoming RBS 6 Nations Championship.
Vern Cotter says Scotland will have a “real go” at backing up their World Cup display by winning the RBS 6 Nations.
A goal, try, catch, or punch can make a highlight reel for a number of reasons.
Ilkeston ran out 24-15 winners at bottom club Old Laurentians in the Midlands Division One East on Saturday.