We never knew Rio was a big England fan, but...
The Gunners might want to stick to football.
England fell short in the Six Nations for the fourth successive year, but Stuart Lancaster believes that a campaign waged without several leading players puts them in a strong position for the World Cup they are hosting in the autumn.
The trio are related but still had to go head-to-head in the Six Nations yesterday.
Neil Back, a man who tasted World Cup glory with England back in 2003, believes the Six Nations has taken on added importance for Stuart Lancaster's side.
With there less than a year to go before the World Cup, 2003 winner Neil Back fears England have too many selection issues to address.
A new trailer for the Rugby management sim shows off what you can expect when it's released later this month.
Wales rugby union star Sam Warburton attended Tottenham Hotspur’s Premier League clash against Southampton in October on his 26th birthday.
Arsenal fan Pers Morgan and rugby legend Will Carling were treading the Tweet last night as Manchester United beat Olympiakos.
Austin Healey has reveled in England's stunning Six Nations win against Wales.
The Bath wing has not played for England since winning his first, and only, cap against New Zealand in November 2014, but with Eddie Jones considering a midfield of George Ford, Owen Farrell and Jonathan Joseph, the Fijian-born soldier would offer midfield thrust as well as finishing ability.
The sheer scale of the Six Nations, says Eddie Jones, is just beginning to dawn on him.
As tributes go, this is pretty amazing.
The Six Nations injury crisis continues.
Eddie Jones has challenged his England team to show no mercy when they collide with Italy in Rome on Sunday.
Warren Gatland goes into his ninth Six Nations in charge of Wales confident that his largely unchanged squad can build on a brave World Cup campaign in adversity and keep top players away from the chequebooks of leading English and French clubs.
Eddie Jones loves an analogy and, with the Calcutta Cup looming on Saturday, his recipe for Scottish beef is already in the oven. “It’s like a slow cooker, mate.
Williams is seriously tugging on our heart strings here... we definitely didn't shed a tear at this video.
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Eddie Jones expects England to provide at least 15 players in the British and Irish Lions’ squad – almost half the touring party to New Zealand next year – and will regard it as a personal failure if that target is not reached. But the Australian also warned his players that unless they maintained the required standard for England and avoid letting the Lions tour to the home of the world champions become a distraction they risk missing out altogether on Warren Gatland’s selection.
It has been a long time coming but the new heads of agreement between the RFU and Premier Rugby is set to be announced by the end of this month and Eddie Jones says he is “completely satisfied” with the deal.