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So we're two rounds in to this years six nations tournament, and England are looking good to challenge for the title. We've got a very tough game next up in Ireland, and the winner there may well go on to win the tournament, as England and Ireland do look the the best sides. The other games in the next round see Scotland take on Italy at Murrayfield which should be a great match, and Wales face a very tough challenge when they take on France in Paris
 

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F1 is great, very much looking forward to the new season. Can't say i've ever watched women's bikini mud wrestling, but it sounds pretty exciting ;):D
 
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haha, that is mad! I can see season tickets for that selling much better than man united ;)
 

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Back to the actual six nations, Yesterdays two games were both very good matches, great to watch :)
Murrayfield
Scotland 19 - 22 Italy

Stade De France
France 13 - 20 Wales

Ireland are playing England today at the Aviva Stadium, which is the match that is likely to decide who will win the tournament. Both teams haven't lost a match yet, so the winner here may also get the grand slam. What could be interesting is if Ireland beat England, then lose to Wales, and England win their last two games. That could leave any of those teams in the top spot.
 

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Final score today:
Ireland 19 - 9 England

England weren't quite their best today, though there were a few refereeing mistakes that went in Ireland's favour
England now need Wales or Scotland to beat Ireland, and win both of their remaining matches, preferably by a decent margin to win. Ireland however are firmly on course for a second title in a row
 

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So this weekends matches and kick-off times are as follows:

Saturday
Wales Vs Ireland at the Millennium Stadium Cardiff, 14:30 kick-off
England Vs Scotland at Twickenham, 17:00 kick-off

Sunday
Italy Vs France at the Stadio Olimpico Rome, 15:00 kick-off
 

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Big big match just finished, and i'm delighted to say England are back in the running after Wales Beat defending champions Ireland 23-16 at Cardiff
If England win their match against Scotland (which they should really), and win it by a fair margin, they will have a great chance of clinching the title
 
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So last week, as expected, England did beat Scotland 25 - 13, and then France thrashed Italy 29 - 0 on sunday

So the last round had all to play for for Wales, England and Ireland.
The first match saw Wales beat Italy very heavily, they won 61 - 20, meaning Ireland needed to win by 20 points. And they did win by 20, in fact 30 as they beat Scotland 40 - 10.
So England needed to beat France by 26 points, or Ireland would win the cup. Which, sadly, they couldn't do, but they did beat France 55 - 35.

So congratulations to to Ireland who win the Six Nations for the second time in a row, hopefully everyone enjoyed the tournament and hopefully England can clinch the title in a year's time :)