Why is Eddie Jones so angry?

Aside from the unexpected ease of victory for Wales against Scotland in the opening match (and the last-second nature of Ireland’s win in Paris), the first two rounds of this year’s Six Nations have largely occurred as expected. But one thing has caught the eye: England’s Eddie Jones seems far from happy. His side are…

SIX NATIONS: Dawn of New England?

And so after a Six Nations that raised more questions than answers about European international rugby, England were crowned Grand Slam winners…and deservedly so. Andrew Mayes celebrates a long overdue first place for the Red Rose but questions whether this is the start of a successful ‘New England’. So it’s finally happened. After a litany…

STATE OF THE NATION: Australia

Next up in our ‘State of the Nation’ series is Australia.  They’re a team back on the up following the lows of 2013.  They’re also current holders of the Rugby Championship trophy.  So they’re sure not to exit at the pool stages…aren’t they?   In September 2013, Red Rugby published an article titled ‘What’s gone…

SIX NATIONS 2015: The Super Saturday Conundrum

27 tries.  221 points.  3 superb matches.  1 remarkable day. It was a joy to behold, but the climax to the 2015 Six Nations Championship has left us with more questions than answers.  Are Ireland now genuine contenders to lift the Rugby World Cup?  Can both England and Wales escape from the Pool of Death…