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Eddie Jones wants faster, fitter England by end of Six Nations

The Guardian - ‎6 hours ago‎
He is also promising England “will be a fitter side than we are now” by the end of the Six Nations. “I'm not saying we are unfit at the moment but there are periods of time in the game when we haven't got the concentration and the application to do ...

Six Nations openers showed the need for rugby assassins to kill games off

The Guardian (blog) - ‎18 hours ago‎
That with the final act of Italy's tight Six Nations match against France his attempted drop-goal had not swerved so drunkenly off target that the posts were barely in the frame.
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Eddie Jones gives damning verdict on England after Six Nations display against Scotland: You are not fit enough

Daily Mail - ‎3 hours ago‎
'By the time we have finished this Six Nations we will be a fitter side than we are now. I'm not saying we are unfit at the moment, but there are periods of time in the game when we haven't got the concentration and the application to be able to do ...
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Six Nations 2016: six talking points from the opening weekend

The Guardian (blog) - ‎21 hours ago‎
It was an inspired performance from the team that had never won at the Stade de France and whose credentials to participate in the Six Nations were being seriously questioned. The usual suspects rose to the challenge: Sergio Parisse at No8 and his ...
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Six Nations 2016: Tight and tense opening weekend

BBC Sport - ‎Feb 8, 2016‎
In the build-up to the Six Nations, Wales backs coach Rob Howley was saying how they have been trying to learn the lessons from the World Cup and particularly that period when they failed to punish an Australia side that were down to 13 men in the pool ...
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Six Nations updates and breaking news Live: Wales refuse to rule Dan Biggar out of Scotland clash as Paul O'Connell ...

WalesOnline - ‎14 hours ago‎
Warren Gatland's stars are readying themselves for a video nasty of the try chances they bombed in Ireland in another attempt to improve their finishing during next Saturday's win or bust Six Nations shoot-out with Scotland in Cardiff. The post-match ...
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Scotland not panicking over losing Six Nations run, says Greig Laidlaw

SkySports - ‎11 hours ago‎
Greig Laidlaw insists Scotland are not panicking despite losing their eighth successive Six Nations game in the defeat to England last Saturday.

Stuart Barnes reviews the opening round of the Six Nations

SkySports - ‎Feb 8, 2016‎
England should make it back-to-back Six Nations wins when they visit Rome on Sunday, according to Stuart Barnes, who says France have switched from being slow and stupid to offloading and stupid.
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Italy bring in duo ahead of Six Nations clash with England

BT Sport - ‎15 hours ago‎
Italy have called Robert Barbieri and the uncapped Andrea Buondonno into their squad as injury cover ahead of Sunday's RBS 6 Nations match against England. Full-back David Odiete suffered a sprained ankle in Saturday's defeat against France while ...
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Who won the Six Nations TV battle? The verdict on ITV and BBC's first round coverage

WalesOnline - ‎Feb 8, 2016‎
The opening weekend of the Six Nations Championship gave us an early glimpse of those destined for Grand Slam glory and the one left holding the dreaded Wooden Spoon.

Six Nations 2016: State of the sides after first weekend's games

The Independent - ‎Feb 8, 2016‎
A Calcutta Cup victory in the graveyard surroundings of Murrayfield; a clean sheet on the casualty front; the two dominant Six Nations forces of recent years erasing each other from the Grand Slam equation… only if the Rugby Football Union chief ...

Six Nations: Scotland 'quietly confident' of beating Wales

Scotsman - ‎4 hours ago‎
Skipper Greig Laidlaw insists Scotland are “quietly confident” of resurrecting their Six Nations campaign by beating Wales in Cardiff on Saturday, writes Duncan Smith.

Hartpury's Hannah sets sights on successful Six Nations

Gloucester Citizen - ‎13 hours ago‎
Hartpury student Hannah Jones still has her sights on a top three Six Nations finish despite her Welsh side losing out to defending champions Ireland in the Women's Six Nations over the weekend. Jones, 19, making her fourth appearance for her country ...
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Wales stars braced for 'video nasty' ahead of vital Six Nations clash with Scotland

WalesOnline - ‎15 hours ago‎
Warren Gatland's stars are readying themselves for a video nasty of the try chances they bombed in Ireland in another attempt to improve their finishing during next Saturday's win or bust Six Nations shoot-out with Scotland in Cardiff. The post-match ...

The Six Nations team of the weekend: Which FOUR Welshmen are among the 15 who stood out in Paris, Edinburgh ...

WalesOnline - ‎Feb 8, 2016‎
It was hardly a vintage first round of matches to open the 2016 tournament, but Six Nations action always throws up talking points.

Wales' Six Nations opener captured Gogglebox style from this rugby mad family's living room

WalesOnline - ‎Feb 8, 2016‎
Wales rode a roller coaster in their Dublin Six Nations opener and we've captured the emotions of one rugby-mad family as the drama unfolded.
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Six Nations France v Ireland: Defiant display could energise hat-trick bid

Belfast Telegraph - ‎17 hours ago‎
Yes, it takes away the Triple Crown and Grand Slam for two of the four teams competing on all three fronts but equally it keeps both Celtic nations in the hunt for the big one and in Ireland's case a record third Six Nations title in a row. Had Joe ...

MARK ORDERS COLUMN: Ban booing in the Six Nations? Best of luck with that

South Wales Evening Post - ‎6 hours ago‎
The memory came to mind after a suggestion this week that booing be banned from the Six Nations. You wondered if there might be a call to extend such a measure to places like The Cage in Tucuman.

Gerry Thornley: Title now the Holy Grail in the Six Nations

Irish Times - ‎20 hours ago‎
Time was when a team which was losing by three points with five minutes to go - especially a game involving two of the four 'Home Unions' - would have eschewed a penalty to draw level, perhaps all the more so if they were the home side.

Fantasy Rugby Review: Pick a good pack

ESPN.co.uk - ‎Feb 8, 2016‎
Comparing figures against last year's opening Six Nations weekend confirms that forwards are recording more fantasy credits this year and that the range of points among them is wider.
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