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The Six Nations Championship is undoubtedly the world’s greatest rugby championship. Every year six proud countries England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales get together and battle it out. A few of the rivalries within this particular tournament date back over 140 years, which just makes its that much more interesting. The 2018 Six Nations Championship starts on Saturday February 3rd and ends on Saturday March 17th. The Winslow will be open for all of the games. Call us or email us for any questions.
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Venue: Aviva Stadium, Dublin
Kick Off: 9:15am
Referee: Romain Poite (France)
TV Coverage: ITV, TV3, FR2, DMAX
Ireland will face Italy at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Saturday 10th February, during the second weekend of the 2018 Six Nations Championship.
The Irish scored nine tries in a thumping 63-10 win over the Azzurri during the 2017 Championship.
Ireland and Italy have contested a total of 27 rugby test matches since their first meeting in 1988. Ireland have won 23 of those matches, whilst Italy have won four matches.
Venue: Twickenham Stadium, London
Kick Off: 11:45am
Referee: Jérôme Garcès (France)
TV Coverage: ITV, S4C, TV3, FR2, DMAX
England will take on Wales at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday 10th February, during the second weekend of the 2018 Six Nations Championship. One of the fiercest and oldest rivalries in the competition – dating back over 135 years – this match is sure to produce an epic contest.
England clinched a dramatic 21-16 victory over Wales during the 2017 Championship thanks to a late try from Elliot Daly.
England and Wales have contested a total of 130 rugby test matches since their first meeting in 1881. England have won 61 of those matches, whilst Wales have won 57 matches. There have also been 12 drawn matches between the two sides.
Kick Off: 10:00am
Referee: John Lacey (Ireland)
TV Coverage: BBC, TV3, FR2, DMAX
Scotland will play host to France at the BT Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh on Sunday 11th February, during the second weekend of the 2018 Six Nations Championship.
France beat Scotland 22-16 in a bruising encounter during the 2017 Championship.
Scotland and France have contested a total of 91 rugby test matches since their first meeting in 1910. France have won 53 of those matches, whilst Scotland have won 35 matches. There have also been three drawn matches between the two sides.