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For those Rugby fans among us, who will win this yrs six nations.

Going in Ireland and France were joint favourites.


Round 1 of fixtures - results


France 16 - 9 Scotland - By all accounts France were lucky to win this one

Wales 11 - 9 England - England suffer without Jonny Wilkinson

Italy 17 - 28 Ireland - Ireland overcome tough Italians with second half flurry of tries


Round 2 of fixtures - results


Italy 8 - 38 Wales - Wales winning well here

Scotland 13 - 40 Ireland - Ireland also winning well here

England 17 - 18 France - Poor kicking from England cost them here


France and England both have to go to Lansdowne Road to play Ireland.


So its all wide open really, with France, Wales and Ireland winning their opening two games.


England will be visiting Dublin next week.


I'm gonna go for Ireland, half patriotism, half they're playing some good stuff at the minute

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Ireland are looking very good this year but we've only beaten Italy and Scotland so far. Wales are looking better than they have in years, England will still be handy and bitter about losing the last two games and France are always tough...


But I think this year we can win it, even get a Grand Slam, we were so close last time and we should have the edge on the French this year.

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Ireland 19 - 13 England!!! Get in!!


Our man O'Driscoll once again.


Other results this weekend.


Scotland 18 - 10 Italy

France 18 - 24 Wales


So Ireland and Wales are on 6 points each.

France on four

Scotland on two

England and Italy on ZERO :D :D


Next fixtures


Ireland v France

England v Italy

Scotland v Wales

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