Here we are, just in time for the greatest show on earth, it’s finally time for the Hong Kong 7s! Look for these 10 stars to stand out among the others.
The final week has come and gone with plenty of strong performances to comb over. No room for Scots this time, but there is one Italian and a few Frenchmen.
An sensational day of rugby called a close to what has been a memorable Six Nations tournament, with all three games providing maximum entertainment.
It’s that time of year again. Le Crunch comes at the most crucial time, with England in chase of the championship and France in search of respect.
A dramatic weekend of Six Nations rugby faded rapidly in quality. From start to finish the action ranged from brilliant, to clumsy, to utterly hideous.
An awkward battle between two sides lacking in confidence and direction takes place as almost an afterthought on Sunday at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome.
A pivotal match in terms of trajectory, and possibly the championship if either side can find real form after decidedly ordinary performances thus far.
The most pivotal game of the weekend in terms of championship relevance takes place in Dublin, where defending champions Ireland host arch-nemesis France.
France’s mighty Fijian import was in outrageous form at the Wellington tournament, carving up defenses at will with a ferocious display of pace and power.
Two new-look sides face off with expectations guarded but high for each, but Paris is just about the worst place for any team to start their tourney.