Who won the 6 Nations in 2016?
England won the Championship on 13 March with a game to play, winning their first Championship since 2011. On 19 March, they earned the Grand Slam for the 13th time, their first since 2003.
Who won the 6 Nations 2015?
Following a remarkable final round of matches, Ireland were crowned Six Nations Champions for 2015. Ireland clinched the title on points difference, beating England by 6 points and Wales by 10 points. An incredible 221 points were scored on the final day, including 27 tries – a Six Nations record!
How many times have Wales beaten England in the Six Nations?
A total of 137 matches have been played, with England having won 65 times, Wales having won 60 times and 12 matches having been drawn. There is a considerable rivalry between the sides due to the proximity of the two nations and the history between them.
How did Wales win the Six Nations?
Wales are the European champions. Wayne Pivac’s men won the 2021 Guinness Six Nations after France failed to achieve the sizeable victory required to snatch the title from Welsh hands. Wales came into the tournament on the back of a wretched run and with Pivac’s job under serious threat. …
Who can win the 6 Nations now?
There is only one way France can win the Six Nations Championship. Les Bleus must beat Scotland with a bonus point on Friday night. That will draw them level with Wales in the table and the title will be decided on points difference.
Who won the 2014 Six Nations?
This was their first championship since 2009, and the 12th title they have won, including predecessor championships….
|2014 Six Nations Championship|
|Date||1 February – 15 March 2014|
|Countries||England France Ireland Italy Scotland Wales|
|Champions||Ireland (12th title)|
How many games have Wales lost in a row?
Their record for most tries in a match is 16, scored against Portugal in 1994 – they also scored 102 points in this match, more than in any other Test. Wales’ record for consecutive Test wins is 14, and for consecutive losses is 10.
Who are the teams in the 2016 Six Nations?
The 2016 Six Nations Championship, known as the 2016 RBS 6 Nations due to the tournament’s sponsorship by The Royal Bank of Scotland, was the 17th series of the Six Nations Championship, the annual northern hemisphere rugby union championship. It was contested by England, France, defending champions Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales.
Where can I watch the Six Nations in the UK?
In the United Kingdom, 2016 marked the first year that the tournament was broadcast across both the BBC and ITV, with the BBC broadcasting France, Scotland and Wales home matches and ITV screening England, Ireland and Italy home fixtures.
When did England win the Six Nations Championship?
Including the competition’s previous incarnations as the Home Nations Championship and Five Nations Championship, it was the 122nd edition of the tournament. England won the Championship on 13 March with a game to play, winning their first Championship since 2011. On 19 March, they earned the Grand Slam for the 13th time, their first since 2003.
Who was the top try scorer in the 2016 Six Nations?
2016 Six Nations Championship Top point scorer (s) Owen Farrell (69) Top try scorer (s) George North (4) Player of the tournament Stuart Hogg Official website Six Nations Website