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Thirteen years…

...later. England finally won their first Grand Slam since their World Cup triumph, thirteen whole years ago, with a victory in Paris over the French. Read the rest of this crap at Toxic Web → .
by Toxic Web on Mar 22, 2016

England, better with thirteen men than…

...with fourteen. England nearly blew it again against the Taffy Boyos but the pundits got it wrong to blame the near defeat on Eddie Jones' substitutions. Read the rest of this crap at Toxic Web → .
by Toxic Web on Mar 15, 2016

You have to wait an hour before England are…

...watchable. Eddie Jones' England side rumbled past Ireland to keep their unbeaten record in this years Six Nations but it's not great to watch until he corrects his errors on the hour. Read the rest of this crap at Toxic Web → .
by Toxic Web on Mar 1, 2016

When you win the man of the match award…

...for being substituted. Eddie Jones said he wanted England to give Italy a “good hiding” in their second Six Nations game, the team he picked didn't the one he ended up with did. Read the rest of this crap at Toxic Web → .
by Toxic Web on Feb 17, 2016

England’s new era started with a win…

...and that's about it. England's opening game in the Six Nations went pretty much like nothing had changed since the World Cup and the old regime was still in charge. Read the rest of this crap at Toxic Web → .
by Toxic Web on Feb 10, 2016

Second place is the first…

...loser. Rugby Football Union chief executive Ian Ritchie is right when he said a fourth consecutive second-placed finish for England in the Six Nations is "not acceptable". Read the rest of this crap at Toxic Web → .
by Toxic Web on Mar 26, 2015

The Bandwagon: Easy to get on, easy to get off

Today, all the talk has been about the start of the Six Nations, and, arguably, today is one of the most important games, Wales vs. England. Especially over here in the land that closest resembles heaven, rugby is  the thing to talk about, and will...
by DeanRoberts.Net on Feb 6, 2015

The Bandwagon: Easy to get on, easy to get off

Today, all the talk has been about the start of the Six Nations, and, arguably, today is one of the most important games, Wales vs. England. Especially over here in the land that closest resembles heaven, rugby is  the thing to talk about, and will...
by DeanRoberts.Net on Feb 6, 2015

RBS 6 Nations Preview: Can Ireland defend their title?

With the RBS Six Nations kicking off this Friday in Cardiff, I’ll take you through how each of the teams are shaping up going into the tournament. England England endured heartbreak last time round at the hands of Ireland. Stuart Lancaster’s men...
by Tibs News on Feb 6, 2015

RBS 6 Nations poll: Who will be crowned this year’s champions?

With the World Cup now just months away, this year’s Six Nations tournament is sure to have added impetus and importance. England go into the northern hemisphere competition with arguably the biggest expectation of all the nations. Stuart Lancaster...
by Tibs News on Feb 6, 2015

The 2015 Six Nations full fixture list

On Friday the 2015 Six Nations starts with England travelling to Cardiff to take on Wales in the 121st Championship. Last year Ireland won a tightly contested tournament which England should have won but an early defeat against France cost them dearl...
by Tibs News on Feb 4, 2015

Owen Farrell added to Stuart Lancaster’s list of England absentees for RBS Six Nations

England fly-half Owen Farrell has been ruled out of the RBS Six Nations after picking up a knee ligament injury on Sunday. The 23-year-old suffered a high-grade medial ligament strain whilst playing for his club Saracens in their European Champions C...
by Tibs News on Jan 28, 2015

No matter what Stuart Lancaster says he’s the one…

...to blame. For all the good he's done in building this current England side yet again Stuart Lancaster couldn't help himself managing by numbers and playing his part in England losing the Six Nations championship. Read the rest of this crap at Toxi...
by Toxic Web on Mar 18, 2014

POLL: England, France or Ireland? Who will win the 2014 RBS 6 Nations?

This year’s RBS Six Nations Championship has been another enthralling tournament. Going into Saturday’s final round of fixtures one of three nations will be crowned winners of the prestigious competition. Ireland are the current table toppers on...
by Tibs News on Mar 15, 2014

Gatland shouldn’t have called them boys, it made…

...men of them. England's defeat of a Welsh side containing 12 British Lions, taking the Triple Crown and keeping their title hopes alive was another big step in the making of many of Stuart Lancaster's teams. Read the rest of this crap at Toxic Web...
by Toxic Web on Mar 12, 2014

Three games into the 6 Nations and not one…

...post. Very lax of me, I mean England snatching defeat from the jaws of victory in Paris and then the ineptness of the Jocks at home against the Auld Enemy should have elicited something here. Read the rest of this crap at Toxic Web → .
by Toxic Web on Feb 27, 2014

Brian O’Driscoll will be fit for Italy clash

Ireland coach Joe Schmidt has revealed that both Brian O’Driscoll and Jonathan Sexton should be fit to play Italy in their next RBS Six Nations game. Many thought O’Driscoll’s troublesome calf may stop the 35-year-old playing his final game at...
by Tibs News on Feb 25, 2014

February in Rome

You are travelling to Rome in February and want to make plans what you will do there? We will give you some insider tips to experience the best things in the everlasting city of Rome! Vivaldi – The Four Seasons: On the 18th and the 25th of Febr...
by Habitat Apartments on Jan 30, 2014

Discovery Italia: il 6 Nazioni di Rugby su Dmax sino al 2017

Discovery Italia si è assicurata i diritti televisivi, online e mobile in esclusiva del prestigioso torneo di rugby 6 Nazioni per gli anni 2014-2017. La trasmissione di tutti gli incontri del prossimo torneo andranno in onda a febbraio e sarà arric...
by Tv Digital Divide on Sep 10, 2013

Spain’s rugby ambitions foiled in disastrous Six Nations

The country’s federation has sought a clean start, bringing in a new coach and sidelining many foreign players. But the results still aren’t coming.
by Iberosphere on Apr 10, 2013


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