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Retiring Strokosch excited by Scotland's future

6 years ago by RBS 6 Nations

Back-row Alasdair Strokosch says he is leaving behind the most talented Scotland team he has known, after announcing his international retirement.

Noves intent on making France spectacular

6 years ago by RBS 6 Nations

Guy Noves admits his first order of business as new France coach is to bring back the expansive style of rugby Les Bleus are renowned for.

Ireland flanker Henry improved by World Cup experience

6 years ago by RBS 6 Nations

Ireland's Chris Henry believes he has returned from the Rugby World Cup a better player after a rollercoaster 12 months.

Ford sad to see exciting Burgess go

6 years ago by RBS 6 Nations

Bath boss Mike Ford admits he is disappointed to see England international Sam Burgess head back to Australia to play rugby league.

Scarratt backing England women to turn a corner

6 years ago by RBS 6 Nations

England's women face a huge rebuilding job in time for the next Six Nations championship, and World Cup winning centre Emily Scarratt believes this autumn will be crucial for the side.

Pyrgos facing lengthy layoff after surgery

6 years ago by RBS 6 Nations

Scotland have been dealt a blow in the build-up to the 2016 RBS 6 Nations as Henry Pyrgos is likely to miss most of the Championship after the scrum-half went under the knife.

South Africa secure World Cup bronze

6 years ago by RBS 6 Nations

South Africa secured a third-place finish at the World Cup on an evening of mixed emotions as Bryan Habana spurned a string of chances to make history.

Jonny Gray commits future to Glasgow Warriors

6 years ago by RBS 6 Nations

Jonny Gray believes Glasgow Warriors is the right place to continue his fine form for both club and country after the Scotland lock signed a new contract until 2018.

Halfpenny impressed by Welsh depth

6 years ago by RBS 6 Nations

Leigh Halfpenny is confident that Wales' World Cup performances have laid the foundations for an RBS 6 Nations title tilt.

New Zealand hold off Australia to claim consecutive crowns

6 years ago by RBS 6 Nations

The All Blacks wrote their names into history on Saturday as they became the first nation to claim back-to-back World Cup crowns.