Six Nations

Corry: Pom revival imminent

English captain Martin Corry believes the dark days following England’s 2003 World Cup win may finally be over.

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Slow burn smothers Welsh fire

Like a toy soldier wilting under the focused glare of a magnifying glass, initial Welsh resistance melted into complete disintegration as England ran in four second half tries to emerge 47-13 victors at Twickenham.

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Daylight robbery in Dublin

An appalling display from English referee Dave Pearson let Ireland off the hook against Italy in Dublin on Saturday.

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Six of the best

Wales begin the defence of their Six Nations title with a mouth-watering fixture at the stadium formerly known as Fortress Twickenham.

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Corry hangs onto captaincy

Martin Corry captains England again and Lawrence Dallaglio returns to the match 22 after a 17 month absence, following an earlier international retirement.

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Freddie fires up French

Frederic Michalak will play for France against Scotland in this weekend’s opening round of the Six Nations.

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Henson boost for Wales

Gavin Henson will only miss two of Wales’s Six Nations matches after his ban was reduced by a European Rugby Cup appeals tribunal.

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