England prop Joe Marler escaped punishment over incidents in the Six Nations win over Wales. Photograph:   David Davies/PA Wire

World Rugby has requested further information from Six Nations Rugby after England’s Joe Marler escaped punishment for his comments towards Wales’ Sam(...)

Joe Marler looks on during the England training session held at Pennyhill Park. Photograph: David Rogers/Getty Images

England’s Joe Marler will receive no sanction despite admitting striking Wales’ Rob Evans in Saturday’s match at Twickenham, the Six Nations has annou(...)

England’s prop Joe Marler  clashes with Wales’ prop Samson Lee at Twickenham. Photo: Getty Images

England prop Joe Marler must wait a fourth day to discover if his verbal abuse of Wales’ Samson Lee is to result in any punishment. Six Nations orga(...)

England prop Joe Marler called Samson Lee ‘gypsy boy’ during England Six Nations win over Wales. Photograph: Afp

England have revealed that Joe Marler has apologised to Samson Lee for verbally abusing the Wales prop in Saturday’s 25-21 Six Nations victory at Twic(...)

Anthony Watson scores  England’s try during the Six Nations match at Twickenham. Photograph: Andrew Fosker/Inpho

England 25 Wales 21 England edged to the brink of a first Six Nations title for five years with a 25-21 victory over Wales but were forced to survive(...)

Dan Biggar (centre) talks to Jamie Heaslip and   Jonathan Davies after last Sunday’s Six Nations game in Dublin. Photograph:  James Crombie/Inpho

Outhalf Dan Biggar will feature in an unchanged Wales team for Saturday’s Six Nations clash against Scotland at the retitled Principality Stadium in C(...)

Wexford native Tadhg Furlong has won all his four Ireland caps from the replacements bench. Photograph: AFP.

The likelihood is that Tadhg Furlong will win his fifth cap on Saturday in Paris and, like his previous four, it will be off the bench. His fourth, l(...)

Ireland’s Jonathan Sexton kicks a penalty against Wales at the Aviva Stadium. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

Johnny Sexton, so clearly in agony, only took leave of this Test match after ensuring Ireland regained parity at 16-16. Clearly the success and failu(...)

Wales coach Warren Gatland expects a physical game against Ireland on Sunday. Photograph: James Crosbie/Inpho.

Never shy about declaring his hand, either four days out from the match or two days ahead of his counterpart Joe Schmidt, or declaring anything else (...)

Warren Gatland has handed a first Wales cap in five years to Cardiff winger Tom James, while skipper Sam Warburton starts at blindside flanker. Photograph: Inpho

Cardiff Blues wing Tom James will make his first Wales appearance for more than five years in Sunday’s Six Nations clash against Ireland. And Wales h(...)