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Six Nations Rugby 2020

28th Jan 2020

This weekend the Six Nations Rugby Tournaments kick-off for what is sure to be two hard hitting, nail biting competitions.

The men’s tournament starts with current holders, Wales taking on Italy at the Principality Stadium and Ireland vs. Scotland, in Dublin on Saturday 1 February.

The women’s tournament starts on Sunday, with Ireland facing off against Scotland, Wales taking on Italy and France will try to overcome the might of, 15 times winners and current holders, England.

With the bruises still showing from the home nation’s disappointment of the men’s Rugby World Cup back in October, the six nations will be the perfect opportunity to heal some open wounds.

But whomever ends up victorious this year, rest assured it will be a triumph of fair play and exhilarating sport.

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