Congratulations to England and All Who Played in the 2017 Six Nations Championship!
Victory for England, who became the champions of the 2017 Six Nations Championship, a yearly rugby union competition that features six European sides: England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales.
An incredible tournament, with excellent playing from all sides, Dylan Hartley and Jonny May were among those representing England, with the former captaining all five games.
Those playing in the tournament on the Welsh side, all played incredibly well, including Scott Baldwin, Sam Warburton, Justin Tipuric, James King and Rhys Webb, with the latter being nominated on a 12-person shortlist for the RBS Six Nations ‘Player of the Tournament’!
Meanwhile, playing for the England U20s side, were Ciaran Knight, Alex Seville, Harry Randall and James Grayson. Ciaran and Harry played for England against Ireland, which saw the former side win the U20 Six Nations and achieve a Grand Slam, while Harry took the ‘Man of the Match’ accolade!
Those representing Wales U20s included Rhys Carre, Kieran Williams, Ryan Conbeer, Ben Jones, Callum Bradley, Shane Lewis-Hughes and Steff Thomas. Kieran Williams captained the side for one match, while Ben Jones was the U20 Six Nations top points scorer!
Congratulations to all who competed, some incredible playing across the teams, and well done to England for their overall victory!