CARDIFF Wales extended Scotland's losing Six Nations championship run to nine matches when second-half tries from Jamie Roberts and George North secured a 27-23 victory on Saturday.
CARDIFF British and Irish Lions Jamie Roberts and George North, two world class backs who have been under the microscope in recent times, made big impacts to carry Wales to a 27-23 Six Nations win over Scotland on Saturday.
CARDIFF, Feb 13 British and Irish Lions Jamie Roberts and George North, two world class backs who have been under the microscope in recent times, made big impacts to carry Wales to a 27-23 Six Nations win over Scotland on Saturday.
LONDON Scotland's defeat by England to open their Six Nations campaign last weekend was a blip and a backward step that former fullback Hugo Southwell believes Vern Cotter's side can put right against Wales on Saturday.
LONDON Leicester City's unlikely assault on a first Premier League title gathered momentum with a ruthless 3-1 demolition of Manchester City helping them storm five points clear at the top on Saturday.
LONDON, Feb 6 Leicester City's unlikely assault on a first Premier League title gathered more momentum with a ruthless 3-1 demolition of Manchester City at the Etihad to go five points clear at the top.
LONDON England rugby union captain Dylan Hartley must earn the respect of referees if he is to become a great leader and justify his appointment by Eddie Jones, according to former South Africa and Italy coach Nick Mallett.
LONDONEnglish rugby's shot at redemption under new Australian coach Eddie Jones and fiery captain Dylan Hartley begins against Scotland in the cauldron of Murrayfield on Saturday in a Six Nations melting pot of teams looking to erase memories of World Cup disappointment.
LONDON Claudio Ranieri's appointment as head of unfashionable Leicester City in July after a dismal and short-lived spell in charge of Greece raised some eyebrows, not least because the Italian had not managed a Premier League side since 2004. Few, if any, could have forseen him storming the pinnacle of English football.
LONDON, Jan 27 New Ireland captain Rory Best said on Wednesday he had "big shoes to fill" when he leads the back-to-back Six Nations champions out to start their title defence against Wales in Dublin next month.