The Guinness Six Nations is simply around the corner, with Europe’s elite sides facing off one last time before the World Cup in France this fall.
Wales and England both pass in to the event with new head coaches on the helm within the form of returning head train Warren Gatland and Eddie Jones’ successor Steve Borthwick respectively.
Wales and Ireland kick matters off at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on Saturday, February four, while protecting Grand Slam champions France journey to Rome to take on Italy of their starting fit. The Azzurri, of path, pulled off a surprise win against Wales during the 2022 match to quit their seven-year, 36-sport dropping streak inside the championship, so count on every other disappointed or two this campaign.
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The 2023 Six Nations Rugby will another time see the England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales global rugby union groups take each other on over the course of five exciting rugby-packed weekends of fixtures. This is an global competition that takes place annually, with each of the six facets playing each different once. The
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The celebrations continued long after the final whistle for France.
At full time within the very last game of the 2022 Six Nations, France in the end closed out their first championship win in 12 years. The final score became 25-thirteen as France tremendously without problems beat England to comfy the grand slam. Back once they closing won the championship in 2010, in addition they secured the grand slam.
At full time, gamers, coaches and fans alike, had been overcome with joy and remedy as France claimed the name. There had been tears of pleasure from French captain and Player of the Match, Antoine Dupont. World Player of the Year Dupont did no longer must wait long to boost the trophy for himself either.
Winger Damian Penaud became interviewed on French TV station Canal + and said that the Six Nations trophy become misplaced inside the Seine river in Paris. A fan inside the comments on the submit stated that Romian Ntamack seemingly said that Baptiste Couilloud dove into the Seine to try to get it!
Back in 2019 whilst Toulouse won the Top14, Romain Ntamack changed into captured using the trophy, the Bouclier de Brennus as a surfboard in the South of France.
It is not any doubt that everybody in the French camp enjoyed themselves in a single way or some other on the weekend!
Six Nations 2023 fixtures
Saturday, February 4
Wales v Ireland, 2.15pm
England v Scotland, 4.45pm
Sunday, February 5
Italy v France, 3pm
Saturday, February 11
Ireland v France, 2.15pm
Scotland v Wales, 4.45pm
Sunday, February 12
England v Italy, 3pm
Saturday, February 25
Italy v Ireland, 2.15pm
Wales v England, 4.45pm
Sunday, February 26
France v Scotland, 3pm
Saturday, March 11
Italy v Wales, 2.15pm
England v France, 4.45pm
Sunday, March 12
Scotland v Ireland, 3pm
Saturday, March 18
Scotland v Italy, 12.30pm
France v Wales, 2.45pm
Ireland v England, 5pm
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