Six Nations
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Six Nations needs promotion and relegation - World Rugby chairman

Bernard Lapasset, chairman of World Rugby, believes the Six Nations needs to open up to other competitors in the future.
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Returning Ashton keen to make up for lost time

It has been a frustrating 10 weeks for Chris Ashton, who will play against Bath for Saracens following the end of his suspension.
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Haskell slams Marler's 'trial by social media'

The row over Joe Marler's 'gypsy boy' comment to Samson Lee rumbles on, with James Haskell defending his England team-mate.
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Marler hung out to dry in media witch hunt - RPA chief

World Rugby have set a misconduct hearing with Joe Marler over his 'gypsy boy' comment to Samson Lee, drawing criticism from the RPA.
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Marler's misconduct hearing set for April 5

Joe Marler is set to learn if he will face punishment for his "gypsy boy" comment at Samson Lee after World Rugby set his hearing date.
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Robshaw still scarred by World Cup failure

Chris Robshaw lapped up England's Grand Slam success but said he is still haunted by the World Cup failure under his captaincy.
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O'Shea confirmed as Italy head coach

Conor O'Shea said he is "honoured, humbled and excited" to be given the opportunity to take over as Italy head coach.
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Hogg named Six Nations Player of the Championship

Stuart Hogg beat off competition from the likes of Billy Vunipola and George North to be named player of the Six Nations.
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Marler to face World Rugby hearing over 'gypsy boy' slur

World Rugby have waded into the matter concerning Joe Marler calling Samson Lee "gypsy boy" during the Six Nations.
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Hartley 'can't remember' England celebrations

Dylan Hartley suffered a head injury in the victory over France and admits to being unable to recall the subsequent trophy presentation.
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Hartley set to keep England captaincy

England head coach Eddie Jones said Dylan Hartley has done an "outstanding" job as captain in the Six Nations.
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Gatland excited about Wales' tour to New Zealand

Warren Gatland believes Wales have the capacity to make a mark during their three-Test tour to New Zealand in June.
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Jones targets beating All Blacks after Six Nations success

Eddie Jones has got New Zealand in his sights as the England coach looks to build on their Six Nations Grand Slam.
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Noves sees France improvements

France have plenty to build on despite a disappointing Six Nations that saw them lose three matches, says Guy Noves.
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Farrell revels in England's Grand Slam achievement

England clinched their first Six Nations Grand Slam since 2003 with victory over France on Saturday.
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Schmidt praises speed of Ireland 'evolution'

Ireland may have lost their Six Nations title, but Joe Schmidt is confident that his side have made progress during the tournament.
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England survive stern France test to end 13-year Grand Slam wait

Eddie Jones' England clinched the Six Nations Grand Slam for the first time in 13 years with a 31-21 triumph against France.
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Ireland too good for Scots in Dublin

Dethroned champions Ireland ran in four tries as they overpowered Scotland to wrap up their Six Nations campaign on a winning note.
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Wales owed it to the fans - Lydiate after Italy romp

Dan Lydiate said Wales' hammering of Italy was no more than the fans deserved after their Six Nations defeat to England the previous week.
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Rampant Wales hammer sorry Italy

Italy shipped nine tries for the second week in succession as Wales ended their Six Nations campaign with a dominant 67-14 win.
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