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Rugby Union

Matt Dawson and the Six Nations Championship

February sees the start of the annual RBS Six Nations Championship and also the publication of a guide to the eagerly awaited competition, entitled Matt Dawson's Guide to the Six Nations 2014.

Matt Dawson MBE, guest editor of the Guide, is a former England and British & Irish Lions scrum-half who won the World Cup in 2003 and is England's most capped scrum-half. Today Matt is a TV celebrity, appearing on many shows, most notably as a team captain on the popular quiz show A Question of Sport. He is also a commentator and presenter on Radio 5 Live's rugby programmes.

  • The Guide contains Matt's insights into the matches to come, as well as the players who will make the most explosive impact!
  • Matt's Guide also includes: exclusive interviews, profiles, the national team line-ups, team tactics, match dates, venues and media coverage - there's everything the fans want to know!

In his introduction to the Guide, Daws comments: "There will be an air of expectation from the supporters - particularly those following England, France and Wales - who will view this Six Nations as an opportunity to see their country getting into the habit of winning trophies before having a tilt at the Webb Ellis Cup." And he goes on to say: "With just a year-and-a-half until the 2015 World Cup this Championship will be a vital part of preparations for the six nations competing over the next few weeks, giving this competition an added edge for players and fans alike." 

Matt Dawson has also signed with Celebrity Sports as guest editor for the Matt Dawson Guide to the Rugby World Cup 2015.

 

SIX NATIONS CHAMPIONSHIP 2014 - MATCH SCHEDULE 

ROUND 1  -  Saturday 1st February

Wales v. Italy 14:30 Millennium Stadium
France v. England 17.00 Stade de France

Sunday 2nd February

Ireland v. Scotland 15:00 Aviva Stadium

 

ROUND 2  - Saturday 8th February 

Ireland v. Wales 14.30 Aviva Stadium
Scotland v. England 17.00 Murrayfield

Sunday 9th February

France v. Italy 15:00 Stade de France

 

ROUND 3 Friday 21st February

Wales v. France 20:00 Millennium Stadium

Saturday 22nd February 

Italy v. Scotland 13:30 Stadio Olimpico
England v. Ireland 16:00 Twickenham

 

ROUND 4 - Saturday 8th March

Ireland v. Italy 14:30 Aviva Stadium
Scotland v. France 17:00 Murrayfield

Sunday 9th March

England v. Wales 15:00 Twickenham

 

ROUND 5 - Saturday 15th March

Italy v. England 12:30 Stadio Olimpico
Wales v. Scotland 14:45 Millennium Stadium
France v. Ireland 17:00 Stade de France

All times are UK times. Schedule may be subject to change.

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