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England in first place in 2017 Rugby Six Nations Tournament

Eddie Jones’ England side got their Six Nations title defense off to a winning start by securing a national record 15th and 16th victories in a row. The Six Nations Championship is well underway with holders England in first place after winning both of their matches in the first two rounds. Ireland, Wales, France, and Scotland are tied in second place having won and lost a game each, while Italy lost both of their first two games. The RBS 6 Nations championship is considered the world's greatest rugby tournament. At the start of every year, the enthusiastic fans of the six proud nations, England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales are treated to a rugby supporter’s dream come true of being at the matches enjoying the passion and excitement of this unique rugby championship featuring the finest rugby national teams in Europe going head-to-head in state-or-the-art rugby venues. Some of teams have been rivals in this tournament for more than 140 years.

The second round of the 2017 Six Nations Championship began in Rome, with Ireland scoring nine tries to beat Italy 63-10. England defeated Wales 21-16 in a thrilling clash at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff. France beat Scotland 22-16 in a bruising encounter in Paris on Sunday. Here is a list of all the matches and scores to date.

Six Nations 2017 Schedule and Results

Saturday 4th February 2017
Scotland 27-22 Ireland at BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
England 19-16 France at Twickenham Stadium, London

Sunday 5th February 2017
Italy 7-33 Wales at Stadio Olimpico, Rome

Saturday 11th February 2017
Italy 10-63 Ireland at Stadio Olimpico, Rome
Wales 16-21 England at Principality Stadium, Cardiff

Sunday 12th February 2017
France 22-16 Scotland at Stade de France, Paris

Saturday 25th February 2017
Scotland v Wales at BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
Ireland v France at Aviva Stadium, Dublin

Sunday 26th February 2017
England v Italy at Twickenham Stadium, London

Friday 10th March 2017
Wales v Ireland at Principality Stadium, Cardiff

Saturday 11th March 2017
Italy v France at Stadio Olimpico, Rome
England v Scotland at Twickenham Stadium, London

Saturday 18th March 2017
Scotland v Italy at BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
France v Wales at Stade de France, Paris
Ireland v England at Aviva Stadium, Dublin

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England Match Reports

England 19-16 France
Saturday 4th February 2017
Twickenham Stadium, London
Attendance: 81,902
Man of The Match: Louis Picamoles (France)
Referee: Angus Gardner (Australia)
England: (9) 19
Try: Te'o (71')
Conversion: Farrell (72')
Penalty: Farrell (10', 23', 55'), Daly (38')
France: (9) 16
Try: Slimani (60')
Conversion: Lopez (61')
Penalty: Lopez (7', 13', 20')

1 Joe Marler
2 Dylan Hartley (Captain)
3 Dan Cole
4 Joe Launchbury
5 Courtney Lawes
6 Maro Itoje
7 Tom Wood
8 Nathan Hughes
9 Ben Youngs
10 George Ford
11 Elliot Daly
12 Owen Farrell
13 Jonathan Joseph
14 Jonny May
15 Mike Brown
Replacements 16 Jamie George
17 Matt Mullan
18 Kyle Sinckler
19 Teimana Harrison
20 James Haskell
21 Danny Care
22 Ben Te'o
23 Jack Nowell

1 Cyril Baille
2 Guilhem Guirado (Captain)
3 Uini Atonio
4 Sebastien Vahaamahina
5 Yoann Maestri
6 Damien Chouly
7 Kevin Gourdon
8 Louis Picamoles
9 Baptiste Serin
10 Camille Lopez
11 Virimi Vakatawa
12 Gael Fickou
13 Remi Lamerat
14 Noa Nakaitaci
15 Scott Spedding
16 Clement Maynadier
17 Rabah Slimani
18 Xavier Chiocci
19 Arthur Iturria
20 Loann Goujon
21 Maxime Machenaud
22 Jean Marc Doussain
23 Yoann Huget

After a slow start England came from behind to beat France 19-16 at Twickenham Stadium on the opening day of the 2017 Six Nations Championship. France looked like the stronger side from the onset of the match, but by the end of the first half, the teams were tied 9-9 following three penalty kicks apiece. The first try of the match was scored by Rabah Slimani giving France the lead at 60 minutes Ben Te'o scored a try in the 71st minute to give England the win. England captain Dylan Hartley was interviewed after the win.

"We got through that one and a huge amount of credit needs to go to our finishers today. Ben Te'o and James Haskell gave us some go-forward at the end there, said Hartley. "Week one of the tournament we'll take that win, but there's plenty to work on. It keeps us grounded, keeps us ready for next week and we'll have to be a lot better to prepare for Wales." Eddie Jones talked about the form of his side. "I felt some players were still in their club mentality so that's something we need to work on. We were disjointed in attack and we lacked urgency in defense,” said England Head coach Jones. "Now we know what we've got to work on, we will get there. The finishers made a fantastic impact on the game - that is the strength of our team, we have a brilliant 23-man squad."

Wales 16-21 England
Saturday 11th February 2017
Venue: Principality Stadium, Cardiff
Referee: Jérôme Garcès (France)
Man of The Match: Joe Launchbury (England)
Attendance: 74,500
Wales: (13) 16
Try: L Williams (38')
Conversion: Halfpenny (39')
Penalty: Halfpenny (3', 23', 61')
England: (8) 21
Try: Youngs (18'), Daly (76')
Conversion: Farrell (78')
Penalty: Farrell (11', 56', 71')

1 Rob Evans
2 Ken Owens
3 Tomas Francis
4 Jake Ball
5 Alun Wyn Jones (CAPTAIN)
6 Sam Warburton
7 Justin Tipuric
8 Ross Moriarty
9 Rhys Webb
10 Dan Biggar
11 Liam Williams
12 Scott Williams
13 Jonathan Davies
14 Alex Cuthbert
15 Leigh Halfpenny
16 Scott Baldwin
17 Nicky Smith
18 Samson Lee
19 Cory Hill
20 Taulupe Faletau
21 Gareth Davies
22 Sam Davies
23 Jamie Roberts

1 Joe Marler
2 Dylan Hartley (CAPTAIN)
3 Dan Cole
4 Joe Launchbury
5 Courtney Lawes
6 Maro Itoje
7 Jack Clifford
8 Nathan Hughes
9 Ben Youngs
10 George Ford
11 Elliot Daly
12 Owen Farrell
13 Jonathan Joseph
14 Jack Nowell
15 Mike Brown
16 Jamie George
17 Matt Mullan
18 Kyle Sinckler
19 Tom Wood
20 James Haskell
21 Danny Care
22 Ben Te'o
23 Jonny May

Looking for another Grand Slam, England continued their winning run with a thrilling 21-16 win against arch=rivals Wales at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff. England maintained possession during the first quarter before Ben Youngs scored a try in the 18th minute. Wales picked up their form and grew into the half scoring a try through Liam Williams to go 13-8 up at the break. Wales continued their attack after the break, however England scored with an Owen Farrell penalty in the 56th minute. Wales responded five minutes later with a third Leigh Halfpenny penalty. Owen Farrell kicked his third penalty at ten minutes bringing England within two points of Wales. Elliot Daly scored a 76th minute try, and Owen Farrell converted to give England a five point victory.

England will welcome back Mako Vunipola and Anthony Watson from injury for their upcoming Six Nations match against Italy says Eddie Jones. Prop Vunipola was sidelined in December with a knee injury while wing Watson suffered a hamstring injury last month.Billy Vunipola could be fit for the final game against Ireland. Dylan Hartley, replaced after 46 minutes in Saturday's win over Wales, said boss Jones told him he "captained the side brilliantly this week".

England v Italy Tickets

Defending champions England host Italy at Twickenham on 26 February and are strong favourites to continue their bid for a second successive Grand Slam. Buy Round Three England v Italy Six Nations tickets now online! England’s victory against France saw the team pass the record of 14 straight victories set by Sir Clive Woodward's team in the run-up to their 2003 World Cup trophy, and their second win takes England to only three wins away from equaling the all-time record set by New Zealand last year.

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