SRU begins hunt for Scottish-qualified players
Murrayfield chiefs have launched a search for foreign-born but Scottish-qualified talent as they look to offset the threat posed by World Rugby's new stricter rules on residency eligibility.
Webb slams WRU decision
Ospreys scrum-half Rhys Webb has hit out at the WRU's decision to prevent players with fewer than 60 caps playing abroad from representing Wales.
Hopley: Players don't support shortened Six Nations
Damian Hopley, CEO of the Rugby Players' Association, believes reducing the Six Nations by a week would put an unacceptable workload and pressure on international players.
England could skip 6N opener - report
England and France could skip the opening round of the Six Nations from 2020, according to a report in The Times.
A history of Tuilagi's ill discipline
A look back at Manu Tuilagi's disciplinary history after he was sent home from the England training camp.
Six Nations' organisers unveil 2018-19 schedule
England will start the defence of their Six Nations Championship title away to Italy as tournament organisers maintain a seven-week competition for the next two years.
Knee injury ends Evans' playing days
Former Wales and British & Irish Lions second row Ian Evans has retired from rugby due to a knee injury.
Ritchie defends Solomona selection
Rugby Football Union chief executive Ian Ritchie defended Eddie Jones' decision to pick New Zealand born-wing Denny Solomona despite the union lobbying to extend the residency rule to five years.
RFU steadfast in bid to reduce Six Nations schedule
The Rugby Football Union is standing by its proposal to reduce the length of the Six Nations from seven to six weeks despite facing widespread opposition to their plans.
Pichot urges Six Nations to grow game
World Rugby vice-chairman Agustin Pichot wants Georgia and other tier two nations to be given the chance to participate in the Six Nations Championship.
Sexton against Six Nations format change
Ireland and British & Irish Lions fly-half Jonathan Sexton has backed the current format of the Six Nations and says taking away a fallow week will rob the tournament of its star players.
Farrell, Launchbury and Lawes up for England award
Owen Farrell, Joe Launchbury and Courtney Lawes have been shortlisted for the Rugby Players' Association's England Player of the Year award.
Shorter Six Nations risks players' health - Davies
A condensed Six Nations would risk players' health, according to Welsh Rugby Union chairman Gareth Davies.
SRU: Six-week Six Nations is 'retrograde step'
The Scottish Rugby Union has hit back at the Rugby Football Union's wish to shorten the Six Nations to a six-week tournament.
France's Maestri fined following misconduct charge
France forward Yoann Maestri has been fined 30,000 euros (£26,000) after he accepted a misconduct charge following the chaotic Six Nations clash with Wales.
RFU wants truncated Six Nations
RFU chief executive Ian Ritchie will lobby for the Six Nations to be reduced in length from seven to six weeks as World Rugby iron out their new global season after the 2019 World Cup.
France lock Maestri charged with misconduct
Yohann Maestri has been charged with misconduct for comments he made about referee Wayne Barnes in the aftermath of his side's 20-18 Six Nations win over Wales.
Rowntree: This the best Lions squad for 30 years
British & Irish Lions coach Graham Rowntree expects this summer's Lions squad for their tour of New Zealand, culminating in three Tests against the All Blacks, to be the best for 30 years.
Hogg claims Six Nations award
Scotland full-back Stuart Hogg has won the Six Nations player of the championship award for the second year running.
North 'disappointed' over alleged bite ruling
Wales wing George North has expressed his 'disappointment' at the lack of action taken over an alleged biting incident during the climax of last weekend's 20-18 defeat in France.
Scotland's Jones to miss Lions tour after injury
Huw Jones faces about five months out after tearing his hamstring, meaning he will miss tours with the British and Irish Lions and Scotland.
England's loss to Ireland most valuable lesson - Jones
England boss Eddie Jones says losing to Ireland in the Six Nations on Saturday -- his first defeat since becoming manager in November 2015 -- was the most beneficial game of his Red Rose tenure.
Six Nations find no biting evidence
Six Nations officials have announced no clear evidence could be found that Wales wing George North was bitten by a France player during Saturday's Six Nations clash in Paris.
Dublin defeat doesn't affect England plan - Jones
Eddie Jones insists his four-year plan leading into the 2019 World Cup remains intact despite Saturday's comprehensive defeat by Ireland.
What we learned about each team in Six Nations
England are Six Nations champions again, Italy have the wooden spoon again. It's all so 2016. So what did we learn from the 2017 championship? ESPN's writers cast their eye over every nation.
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