All EXTENDED HIGHLIGHTS of the 2024 Six Nations and final classification.

Round 1 (Friday 2nd February to Saturday 3rd February)

  • France 17-38 Ireland at Stade Velodrome, Marseille
  • Italy 24-27 England at Stadio Olimpico, Rome
  • Wales 26-27 Scotland at Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

Round 2 (Saturday 10th February to Sunday 11th February)

  • Scotland 16-20 France at Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
  • England 16-14 Wales at Twickenham Stadium, London
  • Ireland 36-0 Italy at Aviva Stadium, Dublin

Round 3 (Saturday 24th February to Sunday 25th February)

  • Ireland 31-7 Wales at Aviva Stadium, Dublin
  • Scotland 30-21 England at Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
  • France 13-13 Italy at Stade Pierre-Mauroy, Villeneuve-d’Ascq

Round 4 (Saturday 9th March to Sunday 10th March)

  • Italy 31-29 Scotland at Stadio Olimpico, Rome
  • England 23-22 Ireland at Twickenham Stadium, London
  • Wales 24-45 France at Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

Round 5 (Saturday 16th March)

  • Wales 21-24 Italy at Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
  • Ireland 17-13 Scotland at Aviva Stadium, Dublin
  • France 33-31 England at Parc Olympique Lyonnais, Decines-Charpieu


Ireland retained their championship title, showcasing strong performances throughout the tournament. Their strategic gameplay and solid defense allowed them to win four out of five matches, demonstrating why they are one of the dominant forces in northern hemisphere rugby.


France displayed a robust challenge, finishing second with a dramatic last-minute win against England in their final game. Their only draw came against Italy, showing some inconsistencies, but their overall performance remained competitive, making them a formidable opponent in the series.


England finished third, with three wins and two losses. Their games were marked by narrow margins, including a one-point victory over Wales and a one-point loss to France in a crucial match. England showed resilience and capability to compete at the highest levels but lacked consistency to clinch the top spot.


Scotland had a mixed tournament, finishing fourth. They managed two wins, including a notable victory against England, showcasing their potential to challenge stronger teams. However, their performance was not consistent enough to push for a higher finish.


Italy showed significant improvement from previous tournaments, managing to draw against France and secure two wins, including a notable victory over Wales. This marked a step forward for the Italian squad, indicating positive developments under their new coaching setup.


Wales had a tough tournament, finishing without a win and claiming the wooden spoon. Their performances were often competitive, but they struggled to close out games, which reflected in their last-place finish. This tournament highlighted areas needing improvement for the Welsh team to regain competitive form.


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