Road to the NatWest 6 Nations: Scarlets cut loose

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13 January 2018 01:10:48 - Europe News

Warren Gatland has had a few injury headaches to deal with in the build up to the 2018 NatWest 6 Nations but the Wales head coach will have loved what he saw at the Rec on Friday night. Scarlets claimed a bonus point and are now one win away from the Champions Cup quarter-finals for the first time in a decade after handing Bath a heavy defeat at the Rec. Wales centres Scott Williams and Hadleigh Parkes both crossed for tries in... Full article on Road to the NatWest 6 Nations: Scarlets cut loose

Vice All News Time13 January 2018 01:10:48


Road to the NatWest 6 Nations: Social Watch

2.3030975 17 January 2018 19:29:38 - Europe News

It's been another busy 24 hours of NatWest 6 Nations news, with France announcing their squad following Scotland and Wales yesterday. Wales and Italy Women have also had squad announcements in the past 24 hours as...

Vice All News Time17 January 2018 19:29:38

Road to the NatWest 6 Nations: Social Watch

2.3030975 16 January 2018 18:26:07 - Europe News

Excitement is building ahead of the 2018 NatWest 6 Nations and with the Scotland and Wales squads being announced today some players have already been reacting on social media. Elsewhere, there's...

Vice All News Time16 January 2018 18:26:07

Road to the NatWest 6 Nations: Social Watch

2.3030975 15 January 2018 23:49:11 - Europe News

In less than three weeks' time, the 2018 NatWest 6 Nations will be upon us, with one of the most unpredictable Championships ever just around the corner. With the squads to be announced this week we'll soon find out which players are to be involved in...

Vice All News Time15 January 2018 23:49:11

Road to the NatWest 6 Nations: Machenaud kicks on

2.3030975 14 January 2018 21:58:49 - Europe News

Ireland travel to Paris to take on France in the opening round of the 2018 NatWest 6 Nations. And a number of individual match-ups might have got a sneak preview on Sunday as Racing 92 hosted Munster in a crunch Champions Cup clash. In the end it was the boot of Maxime Machenaud that proved the difference at their new home of the U Arena. The France scrum-half kicked 19 points for the French side as they proved to have just enough...

Vice All News Time14 January 2018 21:58:49

Road to the NatWest 6 Nations: The return of Europe

2.3030975 12 January 2018 19:18:51 - Europe News

The first of the NatWest 6 Nations squads was revealed this week with Conor O'Shea announcing his extended Italy selection. Those included will be keen to stake a claim for the final 31-man squad, while with more squads set to be announced next week, everyone will be anticipating the return of European action. With just two rounds remaining in the Champions and Challenge Cup pool stages, it is all to play for in the quarter-final races. FRANCE Jacques Brunel met with the Top 14 coaching staffs this week as he continues to settle into his new role in charge of Les Bleus. And he will have been pleased see the return from injury of Rémi Lamerat, who has been out of action since the start of...

Vice All News Time12 January 2018 19:18:51

Road to the NatWest 6 Nations: Bennett's back with a bang

2.3030975 06 January 2018 01:33:44 - Africa News

An enthralling Friday night of action saw players in England, Scotland and Wales all stake a claim for consideration as the 2018 NatWest 6 Nations draws ever nearer. A Scottish centre made an impressive injury return in a new city, a versatile Englishman dotted down in a big victory and a full-back pulled the strings in an enthralling Welsh derby. BENNETT MAKES HIS MARK After ten long months on the sidelines, Mark Bennett made his long-awaited return from injury and produced a man-of-the-match display for his new club Edinburgh. Having joined from Glasgow Warriors over the summer, the cruciate...

Vice All News Time06 January 2018 01:33:44

Road to the NatWest 6 Nations: Larmour catches the eye

2.3030975 26 December 2017 22:23:52 - Africa News

It was Derby day on Boxing Day as two huge matches in Wales and one in Ireland captivated rugby fans. In the build-up to the 2018 NatWest 6 Nations, one youngster staked a claim for a Test debut in February with a magical try for Leinster, while there were plenty of talking points across both derbies in Wales. LETHAL LARMOUR Former Ireland Under-20s flyer Jordan Larmour announced himself on the big stage with a magical try for Leinster as they came away from Thomond Park with a 34-24 success over...

Vice All News Time26 December 2017 22:23:52

Road to the NatWest 6 Nations: European wrap

2.3030975 10 December 2017 23:02:12 - Europe News

The first round of the European festive fixtures are now in the books and what a weekend it was. 'He's had a great season, he's worked hard and he deserves to be starting hooker.' The Irish provinces provided a clean sweep, the French sides flexed their muscles and a Scotland hooker continued his rapid rise plus much, much more: IRELAND Jonathan Sexton returned to Leinster colours and scored a try as the Irish province claimed a hugely impressive victory over Exeter Chiefs at Sandy Park. The Chiefs had not lost at home in almost a year but they did not even claim a losing bonus point as Leinster outmuscled them in a bruising encounter. Sexton crossed in the first half and Jack Conan in the...

Vice All News Time10 December 2017 23:02:12

Road to the NatWest 6 Nations: Wales finish on a high

2.3030975 02 December 2017 21:03:32 - Europe News

It's been a mixed autumn for Wales but Warren Gatland's men have certainly ended it on a high note with a hard-fought 24-22 win over South Africa. It's been a November of experimentation for the Welsh and that continued into December with several of the squad called back into Aviva Premiership action and centre Hadleigh Parkes handed a debut. It didn't take Parkes, or Wales, long to make an...

Vice All News Time02 December 2017 21:03:32

Road to the NatWest 6 Nations: Wales looking to finish autumn in style

2.3030975 01 December 2017 16:24:59 - World News

After narrow defeats to both Australia and New Zealand, Warren Gatland and Wales are looking to end their autumn series on a high. 'Saturday is an opportunity to continue to build on what we have done so far.' On Saturday they welcome South Africa to Principality Stadium and victory over the Springboks would give them some much-needed momentum heading into the New Year and the 2018 NatWest 6 Nations. Gatland has moved to freshen up his squad ahead of the clash, making five changes in all. Hadleigh Parkes will make his debut in midfield while scrum-half Aled Davies starts at scrum-half in the other change to the back line. Up front Kristian Dacey and Scott Andrews come into the front row...

Vice All News Time01 December 2017 16:24:59