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2dESPN Staff

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.

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2dESPN Staff

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.

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3dESPN Staff

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.

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4dESPN Staff

WRU's takeover of Dragons close to completion

The Welsh Rugby Union's takeover of the Newport Gwent Dragons has taken a step closer with the two parties reaching a 'heads of terms' agreement.

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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.

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7dESPN Staff

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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6dESPN Staff

ESPN's Six Nations Awards

Now that the curtain has come down on the 2017 Six Nations, ESPN's rugby writers Tom Hamilton and Martyn Thomas hand out their awards from player of the tournament to biggest disappointment.

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7dJohn Taylor

Poor Six Nations leaves Welsh Lions sweating

Wales' slide in the Six Nations could have ramifications for the British & Irish Lions with John Taylor predicting as few as seven players to make Warren Gatland's squad to tour New Zealand.

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7dESPN Staff

British & Irish Lions Team of the Week

The final round of the Six Nations provided the last chance in international colours for British & Irish Lions candidates to impress Warren Gatland before he names his squad to tour New Zealand.

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7dJohn Taylor

Confusion in France-Wales last 20 minutes

The word 'cheating' was used very frequently in the post-match press conference but, hard as he was pressed, Rob Howley, Wales's interim head coach refused to utter the 'C' word himself.

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7dHuw Richards

The 2017 Six Nations by numbers

So how will we remember the 2017 Six Nations? Perhaps for proof that Eddie Jones's England were exceptional rather than invincible and welcome signs of life from France and Scotland.

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7dESPN Staff

Noves and Howley wade in on bite claim

France and Wales are awaiting a decision from match citing commissioner John Montgomery over claims Welsh wing George North was bitten.

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7dTom Hamilton

Six contenders for Lions captaincy

Sam Warburton is firmly in the mix to be British & Irish Lions captain with coach Warren Gatland saying as many as six players are in contention for the honour.

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8dPA Sport

France Women defeat Wales

Jessy Tremouliere contributed 19 points as France Women finished their Six Nations campaign on a high in Brive with a 39-19 bonus-point win against Wales Women.

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Howley slams France's 'integrity'

Wales interim coach Rob Howley claims "integrity of the game has been brought into disrepute" after France made a controversial substitution in the dying stages of their 20-18 win in Paris.

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France steal victory from Wales in farcical finale

Wales were denied a sixth successive win against France -- and third on the bounce in Paris -- after Les Bleus scored a winning try in the 20th minute of stoppage time.

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Owens' only regret is 50-cap song choice

Ken Owens has no regrets about a Test career that will reach 50 caps on Saturday -- and he almost told his Wales teammates as much in song.

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Webb: Wales need another level

Rhys Webb believes Wales will need to go up another level in terms of performance when they target a sixth successive win against France on Saturday.

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9dKillian O'Connor

France vs. Wales -- Six Nations Preview

The hope that November brought has since been decimated by lacklustre performances and -- Italy aside -- a lack of tries for Guy Noves' France.

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Top four incentive for Wales

Rob Howley has described the possibility of Wales securing a top four world ranking as "a large incentive" heading into Saturday's Six Nations finale against France.

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10dESPN Staff

Jenkins, Rowntree join Lions coaching team

Harlequins forwards coach Graham Rowntree has been appointed as assistant coach for the British and Irish Lions ahead of their tour to New Zealand this summer.

2017 RankingsSix Nations

  • WALES4th
    TRIES SCORED 1st England : 16 Tries Scored
    ENG1st
    8
    16
  • WALES4th
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st England : 65 Points Difference
    ENG1st
    16
    65