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Rugby | Six Nations

O'Connell not yet ready for final hurrah
Brian O'Driscoll, the talisman of Irish rugby, bowed into retirement at the age of 34 but the end is not quite in sight for Paul O'Connell, the long-time colossus at the heart of the green engine room. Read full article
Italy out to avoid the wooden spoon
Italy's Six Nations history has been a frustrating case of one step forward followed by one back and their main target this year will again be avoiding the wooden spoon. Read full article
Flower of Scotland can bloom again
It is 16 years since Scotland last won the northern hemisphere's major international rugby tournament but, after a dismal recent record in the competition, they believe they are ready to be a force once again. Read full article
'Wales blending right mix for success'
Finally putting one over one of the southern hemisphere's big guns in November has given head coach Warren Gatland belief that the cards are falling into place for Wales in World Cup year. Read full article
Six Nations a timely marker in RWC year
With little over seven months to the World Cup, Europe's hopes of lifting the Webb Ellis Cup next October will take root in a Six Nations Championship which starts with a Friday night blockbuster. Read full article
Farrell's bad luck could be Cipriani's gain
Owen Farrell's misfortune could be Danny Cipriani's gain. The prospect of the flyhalf laying down a marker for England in World Cup year became more realistic when Farrell was ruled out of the Six Nations. Read full article
Ireland name two uncapped players
Leinster loose forward Jack Conan and Connacht prop Nathan White were the only uncapped players picked in Ireland's 46-man training squad for the Six Nations on Thursday. Read full article
Cipriani, Easter back in England fold
Danny Cipriani and Nick Easter were the eye-catching inclusions in Stuart Lancaster's training squad for the opening game of the Six Nations against Wales in Cardiff Read full article
Picamoles out of France's training camp
Toulouse No 8 Louis Picamoles won't take part in France's training camp ahead of the Six Nations tournament after picking up a thigh injury. Read full article
Scotland pick Blake for Six Nations
New Zealand-born back-rower Hugh Blake is one of four newcomers in Scotland's enlarged squad for the Six Nations, barely a month after arriving in the country following his departure from Super Rugby. Read full article
Lawes to miss start of Six Nations
Courtney Lawes, one of England's key forwards, will miss the start of the Six Nations Championship after he undergoes surgery on an injured ankle on Monday. Read full article
Italy name four uncapped players
Italy named four uncapped players on Thursday in a 30-man squad for next month's opening Six Nations matches against champions Ireland in Rome and England at Twickenham. Read full article
Nakaitaci set for Six Nations debut
France coach Philippe Saint-Andre has included uncapped winger Noa Nakaitaci in a large 31-man squad for a week-long training camp ahead of the Six Nations championship. Read full article
Morgan injury opens door for Easter
As England coach Stuart Lancaster digested news of the broken leg suffered by Ben Morgan a 36-year-old delivered a virtuoso performance in that position which revived calls for his international return. Read full article
England's Morgan set to miss Six Nations
England number eight Ben Morgan is likely to miss the entire Six Nations campaign after fracturing his left leg in Gloucester's 24-23 win over Saracens in the Premiership on Friday. Read full article
Wales must learn to adapt - Davies
Legendary Welsh international Jonathan Davies ribbed English expectations over the 2015 World Cup this week, as he admitted Wales must learn to adapt their game after a disappointing Six Nations. Read full article
Brown voted player of the Six Nations
England fullback Mike Brown was voted the player of the Six Nations championship on Friday after a series of effervescent performances that helped light up England's backline play. Read full article
Scotland's Hogg gets three-week ban
Scotland fullback Stuart Hogg was banned for three weeks on Wednesday after being sent off in last weekend's Six Nations defeat by Wales in Cardiff. Read full article
Ireland,England look forward to 2015 WCup
Ireland deservedly won the Six Nations but it was World Cup hosts England who had arguably even greater cause for optimism looking ahead to the 2015 global jamboree. Read full article
Hogg says sorry for sending off
Scotland's Stuart Hogg made a public apology after being sent off during his side's record Six Nations defeat by Wales in Cardiff on Saturday. Read full article
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