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  1. #21
    Go Ireland, it's the first match of the tournament i watch and it's a good one.

  2. #22
    Another try for Ireland. ,

  3. #23
    Try for England, big mistake for Ireland.

  4. #24
    It's deserved, first half good attacking rugby from Ireland and second half good Irish defending, the Englishs couldn't go through the defense. Ireland have few good players. ,

  5. #25
    Bloody hell, where did that come from

    Only managed to watch the first half so wont comment until I've seen the whole thing later but that was a total demolition job, should have been a lot more than 17 points from the first half

  6. #26
    Well done to Ireland on your 24-8 victory!

    First you beat us in the Cricket World Cup and now in the Six Nations Rugby

    This was England's worst display of the tournament and a shame to lose the last game so badly.

    We should still end up as the Six Nations winners though as France are currently beating Wales.

  7. #27
    We could have won the tournament if we didn't lose against Italy, congratulations England. ,

  8. #28
    Results

    9 Mar, 14:30 Scotland 21 - 8 Italy Murrayfield, Edinburgh, SCO
    19 Mar, 17:00 Ireland 24 - 8 England Aviva Stadium, Dublin, IRL
    19 Mar, 19:50 France 28 - 9 Wales Stade de France, Paris Saint-Denis, FRA

    Table

    Pl W D L PF PA +/- Pts
    1 England 5 4 0 1 132 81 51 8
    2 France 5 3 0 2 117 91 26 6
    3 Ireland 5 3 0 2 93 81 12 6
    4 Wales 5 3 0 2 95 89 6 6
    5 Scotland 5 1 0 4 82 109 -27 2
    6 Italy 5 1 0 4 70 138 -68 2

    England win their first Six Nations title since something like 2003!

    Lets see if they can take this forward and do well at the Rugby world cup later this year.

  9. #29
    A bit of a bittersweet, ant-climatic end to the whole tournament really. Obviously very pleased with the overall win of the Championship, it's been long overdue, but to have lost the chance of the grand slam in such spectacular fashion has really put a downer on the whole thing, and that's a massive shame.

    We just didn't turn up today, pure and simple. It was a huge game, we hadn't played particularly well in the last couple of weeks of the tournament and they bottled it unfortunately. Perhaps a massively under par performance might have been enough to beat the Ireland we have seen for much of this tournament, but they absolutely raised their game tonight and were firing on all cylinders for the most part, particularly in the first half when the onslaught was absolutely relentless.

    We can have no complaints, they were hungrier, pacier, more powerful and were well up for the occasion. The backs were explosive and Sexton was awesome with the boot, kept the scoreboard ticking over and was a key figure in their performance. Still I think they will be disappointed with their overall performance in the tournament, a touch sad that they can only raise their game to this standard when trying to deny us a grand slam in their own back yard

    In the day's other games, the Scottish avoided the wooden spoon with a win over Italy, looked for long spells of the first half like it would be another dire performance at Murrayfield, previous to this game Scotland had not scored a home try since 2009, but they improved in the second half to win the game comfortably. In Paris, France dominated a distinctly average Welsh side who went from within a very ambitious shout of winning the tournament (they needed to beat France by 27 points) to getting battered and finishing down in fourth on points difference.

    All in all, a pleasing tournament from England. As I said, very disappointing to have ended it on a massive downer in Dublin today, but at least we can take solace in winning the overall tournament. The team has come a hell of a long way during the course of this championship, and we should take a great deal of confidence going into the World Cup.

  10. #30
    Here are this years 6 Nations fixtures.


    Saturday 1st February 2014

    RBS 6 Nations Championship
    Wales v Italy 14:30
    France v England 17:00

    Sunday 2nd February 2014

    RBS 6 Nations Championship
    Ireland v Scotland 15:00

    Saturday 8th February 2014

    RBS 6 Nations Championship
    Ireland v Wales 14:30
    Scotland v England 17:00

    Sunday 9th February 2014

    RBS 6 Nations Championship
    France v Italy 15:00

    Friday 21st February 2014

    RBS 6 Nations Championship
    Wales v France 20:00

    Saturday 22nd February 2014

    RBS 6 Nations Championship
    Italy v Scotland 13:30
    England v Ireland 16:00

    Saturday 8th March 2014

    RBS 6 Nations Championship
    Ireland v Italy 14:30
    Scotland v France 17:00

    Sunday 9th March 2014

    RBS 6 Nations Championship
    England v Wales 15:00

    Saturday 15th March 2014

    RBS 6 Nations Championship
    Italy v England 12:30
    Wales v Scotland 14:45
    France v Ireland 17:00

    What a tough start for England with an away trip to take on France in Paris!

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