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Rugby | Six Nations

Kiwi, South African join Scotland
Scotland coach Vern Cotter included uncapped Edinburgh forwards Cornell Du Preez, a South African, and Simon Berghan, a New Zealander, in his 37-man squad for the Six Nations on Wednesday. Read full article
England's Kruis set for France opener
England forward George Kruis will be fit for the defending champions' Six Nations opener against France next month, the Saracens lock's club coach said on Tuesday. Read full article
England confident Hartley will be fit
Eddie Jones said on Monday he is confident Dylan Hartley will be ready to captain the side when the Six Nations kicks off early next month. Read full article
Ireland's Cronin set to miss Six Nations
Leinster hooker Sean Cronin is set to miss Ireland's upcoming Six Nations campaign with a hamstring injury expected to keep him on the sidelines for 10 weeks, his province announced Monday. Read full article
Italy's O'Shea opts for continuity
Italy coach Conor O'Shea on Thursday named a 32-man squad for a pre-Six Nations training camp to be held over four days in Rome later this month. Read full article
England lose Robshaw for Six Nations
England flanker Chris Robshaw will miss the Six Nations after undergoing shoulder surgery that will keep him out of action for three months, his club Harlequins announced on Monday. Read full article
Hartley to continue as England captain
Coach Eddie Jones has backed Dylan Hartley to continue as England captain for the Six Nations Championship though the hooker would not have played for almost two months by the start of the tournament. Read full article
Wales urged to climb another level for Six Nations
Victory over South Africa provided a positive flourish to an otherwise indifferent year for Wales and interim coach Rob Howley admitted they needed to raise their game further... Read full article
Wales opt for Howley's leadership
Wales' Six Nations hopes are in safe hands with Rob Howley made temporary head coach for the second time to replace Warren Gatland, WRU chief Martyn Phillips said on Wednesday. Read full article
Marler gets ban, fine for comment
England prop Joe Marler has been suspended for two matches and fined £20 000 by World Rugby for calling Wales counterpart Samson Lee a "gypsy boy" during last month's Six Nations match at Twickenham. Read full article
Lapasset calls for Six Nations relegation
Outgoing World Rugby president Bernard Lapasset on Monday backed calls for introducing promotion and relegation to the Six Nations. Read full article
Marler victim of 'witch hunt' - union
England prop Joe Marler has been the victim of an "excruciating media witch hunt" over his "gypsy boy" slur, players' union the Rugby Players' Association (RPA) said on Tuesday. Read full article
Marler misconduct hearing on April 5
England's Joe Marler will face a World Rugby misconduct hearing after he called Wales's Samson Lee a "gypsy boy", the global governing body announced on Monday. Read full article
Hogg collects Six Nations award
Scotland fullback Stuart Hogg was named as the Six Nations Player of the Championship on Thursday after a public vote. Read full article
Marler to face hearing over Lee taunt
Joe Marler is to face an independent World Rugby misconduct hearing after calling Samson Lee a "gypsy boy" during the Six Nations international at Twickenham, the global governing body said on Wednesday. Read full article
Hartley can't remember lifting trophy
England captain Dylan Hartley has said he has no memory of lifting the Six Nations trophy after the team clinched a Grand Slam with a 31-21 win away to France in Paris last weekend. Read full article
England win first grand slam since '03
England ran in three tries to complete their first grand slam triumph since 2003 with a 31-21 Six Nations victory over arch-rivals France at the Stade de France in Paris on Saturday. Read full article
Ruthless Ireland beat Scotland
Ruthless Ireland punished an indisciplined Scotland to round off a disappointing Six Nations championship on a high with a 35-25 win at Lansdowne Road in Dublin on Saturday. Read full article
Wales run riot to crush Italy
Wales ran in nine tries in a devastating attacking display to demolish Italy 67-14 in Cardiff on Saturday and finish a disappointing Six Nations campaign on a high. Read full article
Jones slams Welsh 'surprise' at Marler verdict
England coach Eddie Jones said Wales "don't know if they're Arthur or Martha", after the Welsh Rugby Union expressed surprise at Joe Marler escaping disciplinary action following last week's test at Twickenham. Read full article
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