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Eddie Jones has blasted World Rugby for hanging Twickenham’s blundering video referee out to dry.
Three days after television match official Glenn Newman chalked off Gareth Anscombe’s try for Wales against England, the sport’s rulers publicly declared he had been wrong to do so.
An unimpressed Jones said: “Once the
France have dropped a number of players for "inappropriate behaviour" after Sunday's defeat by Scotland in Edinburgh.
Head coach Jacques Brunel has acted after some players were questioned by Police Scotland in connection with a report of sexual assault, although it was subsequently established that no crime had been
FRANCE have axed eight stars from their Six Nations squad to face Italy after players were quizzed by Scottish police, including wing ace Teddy Thomas.
The team’s plane had to be grounded as officers questioned players following an incident in Edinburgh in the hours after their 32-26 defeat to
Wales were officially robbed of a try against England which, if converted, would have won them their crunch Six Nations encounter at Twickenham.
The Welsh were furious when Gareth Anscombe's try was ruled out by the TMO on Saturday when replays showed it should have been given.
England went on
Mike Brown has explained the role played by his baby son in inspiring him to produce his best form.
The England fullback turned in a man-of-the-match display against Wales to keep his team on track for a hat-trick of Six Nations crowns.
Brown credits the birth of Jax for focusing
Robbie Henshaw will miss the rest of the NatWest 6 Nations with the shoulder injury he suffered in Ireland's 56-19 win over Italy on Saturday.
The British and Irish Lions centre's loss is a significant blow to Ireland, who are bidding for a third title in five years.
France rugby players have been questioned by police over alleged brawl in Edinburgh on Sunday night, delaying Les Bleus' flight home on Monday.
A statement from the French rugby governing body confirmed players had met with authorities in Scotland.
It's not yet known the circumstances of the incident or whether
FRANCE rugby team players were quizzed by Scottish cops following a report of sexual assault at the weekend.
Police stopped a plane at Edinburgh Airport carrying the squad to hold interrogations.
A police statement said inquiries had established no crimes had been committed and no arrests were made.
France's national rugby
GREIG LAIDLAW was brought back to help steady a ship Wales had blown a huge hole in last week.
Scotland had to navigate some stormy waters on an afternoon of nerve-shredding drama but the No9's trusted right boot eventually steered the team to glory.
This was a first win in
MR ANGRY saw his boss turn from Mr Happy to Mr Grumpy.
Jubilant England coach Eddie Jones still cannot believe Mike Brown, the nation’s most-capped full-back, is still not widely loved.
According to Jones the Harlequins star, 32, is the least-popular player in his squad.
There can be no doubting Brown’s
WARREN GATLAND backed arch-rivals England to win a second Grand Slam in three years.
Red Rose boss Eddie Jones saw his men edge out Gatland’s Wales 12-6 at Twickenham on Saturday to set up a clean sweep.
Gatland said: “They’ve won their first two games so they’re in a good
Jonny May ran in both tries as England kept their Grand Slam aspirations alive by edging Wales 12-6 in a brutally competitive NatWest 6 Nations clash at Twickenham.
May crossed twice in the first half to help sweep the champions 12-0 ahead in the 20th minute, but Warren Gatland's
Eddie Jones has stepped up his bid for global supremacy by flying in the “biggest, ugliest, strongest pack in the world” to scrum against.
England’s tough-talking head coach refused to take his foot off the gas after racking up his 24th win from 25 attempts in Saturday's Six Nations
Warren Gatland refused to give up on Six Nations glory despite blasting the “terrible” decision which cost Wales their victory chance.
Gatland was proud of how his makeshift team came within one score of handing England their first championship loss at Twickenham for six years.
Yet he headed home raging
In time, memories will fade of Sam Underhill coming to the rescue of England and their Six Nations hat-trick challenge.
The record books will remind us Jonny May scored two tries, Mike Brown was named man of the match and the Red Rose won for the 24th time in
Scotland reignited their Six Nations campaign as Greig Laidlaw inspired a tense comeback win over France at Murrayfield.
France capitulated in the second half as Laidlaw's razor sharp boot produced 22 points and saw the hosts bounce back from their heavy defeat by Wales in the Championship
Both Scotland and France tasted defeat on the opening weekend of this year's Six Nations championship.
Last Saturday, Gregor Townsend's Scotland team were thumped 34-7 by a rampant Wales side at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff.
Across the Channel, Jacques Brunel's France side were left dejected after suffering an agonising
England's Mike Brown has been accused of taunting Scott Williams during the Six Nations win over Wales.
Eddie Jones' men secured a 12-6 victory at Twickenham to make it two wins out of two.
But Brown has faced a barrage of criticism after laughing at Williams after the Wales
England dodged a bullet to make it 24 out of 25 for boss Eddie Jones but Wales left Twickenham steaming.
England were on the right side of the video referee and Lady Luck to give them a second Six Nations win but the Welsh were fuming.
Wales were angry at
England maintained their percent start to their Six Nations challenge, and Grand Slam hopes, with a 12-6 win over Wales.
It took just two minutes for Jonny May to go over the line for the first time after Owen Farrell produced a perfectly weighted cross-field kick.
Jonny May scored two early tries to keep England on course for an historic hat-trick of outright titles.
The Leicester wing cashed in on two Owen Farrell assists as Eddie Jones’ team edged a feisty scrap 12-6 at Twickenham.
Wind and rain made ball handling devilishly difficult but England, who
The Six Nations is once again already gripping viewers and rugby fanatics after it's opening weekend.
With plenty of action to come, the tournament is still a long way from being decided.
The all important question of who will be top of the table come the final weekend
Wales fans are convinced they were robbed in the first half of this match - and Sir Clive Woodward agree.
Confusion and anger followed the decision not to award a try in the Six Nations clash at Twickenham after the TMO ruled there was no clear grounding.
When it comes to a rugby education, George Ford and his childhood pal Owen Farrell have so much in common, it's easy to see why they have such strong chemistry on the pitch.
Like Farrell, Ford comes from a rugby league family from the north west -
Given Dylan Hartley's well-documented disciplinary issues, it's easy to forget he's also a very, very good rugby player.
So good, in fact, that Eddie Jones has trusted him with the England captaincy at the Six Nations .
Born and bred in New Zealand, Hartley arrived in Crowborough, East
England face their first real Six Nations challenge in the form of Wales.
Eddie Jones' team, the defending Six Nations champions, saw off Italy 15-46 last Sunday.
A day earlier, Warren Gatland's Wales side began their Six Nations campaign with an emphatic 34-7 victory over Scotland.
This weekend, the two form
Traditionally, Italy are the Six Nations whipping boys - and last week's heavy defeat to England suggested not much has changed.
Conor O'Shea's Italy side were thrashed 15-46 by Eddie Jones' England team at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome last Sunday.
Ireland, on the other hand, enjoyed a narrow 13-15
THERE is something special about England vs Wales at rugby.
An animosity that borders on pure hatred. I just love it!
This week has been absolutely box-office. Eddie Jones, at his mischievous best, has lit the fuse for a fiery Twickenham clash with his jibes at Alun Wyn Jones and
ENGLAND stars have quit Twitter to shut out abuse from Welsh trolls.
The build-up to today’s Six Nations clash with Wales has been dominated by mudslinging, with Red Rose boss Eddie Jones reporting Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones to World Rugby.
And the England camp has gone into social media