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It’s time for our Monday wrap of who has their name in lights and who is making the headlines for all the wrong reasons over the past week.
The postponed 2020 Guinness Six Nations campaign will conclude on the weekends of October 24 and 31, World Rugby has announced.
We take a look at the best games from the past and today head back to 1999 where Wales ended England’s Grand Slam dreams at Wembley.
Scotland hooker Stuart McInally is excited by the prospect of a new international tournament, including Fiji and Japan, in the autumn.
This week we will mostly be concerning ourselves with a predictable dilemma and some comparative winners from the coronavirus era…
Former Scotland scrum-half and captain Greig Laidlaw feels his country can be crowned Six Nations champions “in the next two or three years”.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says people should not be prohibited from singing Swing Low, Sweet Chariot at England rugby matches.