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England seized the psychological advantage ahead of next year's Rugby World Cup with a 26-17 triumph over Australia.
Wales ended their 15 year wait for victory against South Africa with a 12-6 triumph over the Springboks on Saturday.
Stuart Lancaster says England's 26-17 victory over Australia at Twickenham is evidence of their continued improvement.
Australia captain Michael Hooper admitted the Wallabies had no answer for England’s pack as they slipped to a 26-17 defeat.
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Sky Academy Ambassador, Jonny Wilkinson, visited Guildford County School as part of Sky Academy initiative, Sky Sports Living for Sport, to inspire students to achieve their potential by taking part in a practical rugby skills session.
The first weekend of action in the Six Nations is now over. England’s depleted forces beat a high-flying Wales side while Ireland were made to wait until late in their game against Italy before they managed to pull away from their hosts.
Rupert Cox shares his highlights from the week's rugby action in his round-up blog...
Toulon's Leigh Halfpenny features for Wales on Friday night, but there is no place in the England team for club team-mate and European Player of the Year Steffon Armitage, due to England's selection policy.
We take a look at Stuart Lancaster's injury concerns ahead of England's Six Nations opener with Wales and beyond.
The 2015 Six Nations is almost upon us. Who will take the opportunity to make a statement heading into this year's World Cup?