Eddie Jones: ‘We were just not good enough – we still have a lot to do’

Eddie Jones: 'We were just not good enough – we still have a lot to do' Welcome to 1 NEWS NOW’s live coverage of this Six Nations encounter between England and Ireland from Aviva Stadium, Dublin. Ireland’s Jonathan Sexton with a conversion. Source: Photosport. KICK OFF! We’re away, England kick to Ireland to start the …

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Eddie Jones: ‘We were just not good enough – we still have a lot to do’

Eddie Jones believes at least 15 of his players should be named in the Lions squad for the summer tour to New Zealand and is pressing Twickenham to arrange a match against the All Blacks. The England coach is unconcerned that the end of his side’s …

The Guardian

England’s ‘finishers’ meet their match in Ireland, but defeat keeps feet on the ground

‘Finishers’ is a word that has entered the lexicon of northern-hemisphere rugby since Eddie Jones was appointed England coach in November 2015. Used by the Australian to describe those players who come off the bench to wrap up a victory, the term has …

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Heartbreak for Bath Rugby trio as England’s Six Nations Grand Slam hopes are dashed by Ireland

After watching the under-20s and England women secure Grand Slam titles on Friday night, England’s men fell short at the last hurdle against Ireland in Dublin. Bath Rugby’s George Ford, Jonathan Joseph and Anthony Watson all started for the visitors

Bath Chronicle

7 players who stood out during 2017 Six Nations

The 2017 RBS 6 Nations finished on Saturday with tournament winners England denied a second successive Grand Slam after losing 13-9 to Ireland in Dublin. Here Press Association Sport looks at seven players who have stood out during this year’s …

Belfast Telegraph

Ireland crush England’s Grand Slam dreams: As it happened

Owen Farrell of England and Simon Zebo and Garry Ringrose of Ireland, right, compete 4 Owen Farrell of England and Simon Zebo and Garry Ringrose of Ireland, right, compete for possession during the RBS Six Nations Rugby Championship match …

Irish Independent

Defiant Jones says All Blacks ‘there for the taking’ by Lions

Dublin – Eddie Jones said New Zealand were “there for the taking” after his England side’s bid to better the All Blacks’ record winning streak ended with a defeat by Ireland in Dublin. Ireland, who had also ended New Zealand’s run, won 13-9 at a

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Ireland 13-9 England: how the Six Nations players in Dublin rated

Rory Best, who was a commanding presence for Ireland, escapes from England’s George Ford, who struggled. Photograph: Crombie/INPHO/Rex/Shutterstock. Supported by. Microsoft About this content · Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email

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Ireland deny England Slam glory in Dublin

Ireland battled to a deserved 13-9 victory in Dublin to deny England a second successive Six Nations Grand Slam and bring an end to the record-equalling winning run of Eddie Jones’ men. England matched New Zealand’s mark of 18 consecutive victories by …

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Player Ratings As Ireland Dig Deep To Kill The England Grand Slam

Three Six Nations debutants, but some things remain the same: Ireland again found thrust in their own wounded pride. And once again, we have ended an eighteen game winning streak: first the All Blacks in Chicago, now England in Dublin. A 13-9 victory …

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Ireland 13-9 England: Iain Henderson try proves decisive as Eddie Jones’ side are denied historic 19th Test win and …

England’s Grand Slam and world record dream died in the Dublin rain as Ireland spoiled Eddie Jones’s party at the Aviva Stadium. The visitors, looking to record back-to-back Grand Slams and a world-record 19th successive Test win, could not live with …

Daily Mail

Red Roses and U20s can help England claim triple Grand Slam in Dublin

England’s women and Under-20s will attempt to ruin Ireland’s St Patrick’s Day party today by delivering the first two instalments of what could be a remarkable English Grand Slam hat-trick in Dublin this weekend. Like Eddie Jones’ senior team, the

Evening Standard

LIVE: Ireland take half time lead as England seek to overtake All Blacks’ record

Welcome to 1 NEWS NOW’s live coverage of this Six Nations encounter between England and Ireland from Aviva Stadium, Dublin. Ireland’s Jonathan Sexton with a conversion. Source: Photosport. HALFTIME: Ireland 10 England 3. The referee brings a …

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Hartley adamant champions England can still improve

England might have recorded back-to-back RBS 6 Nations titles but Dylan Hartley has bad news for their rivals, with the captain adamant there is still plenty more room for improvement. Share0 Tweet0 Share0 Share0. “It will keep us focused and working

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England must beware Irish raining on their Dublin victory parade in Grand Slam clash

England stand on the brink of a historic double in Dublin tomorrow. Eddie Jones’ men can establish a new world record of 19 successive Test victories and claim back-to-back Grand Slams for the first time ever, plus collect the Six Nations trophy won

Evening Standard

Ireland pull off titanic victory to deny England record-breaking Grand Slam

Ireland beat England 13-9 to deny Eddie Jones’ side a record-breaking Grand Slam at the Aviva Stadium. Chris Paterson heaps praise on Scotland sensation ahead of Italy clash. The home side blew England away in Dublin, getting the better of the Six …

Metro

Eddie Jones admits Ireland were better team in his first loss as England coach

England coach Eddie Jones admitted that Ireland deserved their win as his side failed to seal back-to-back Grand Slams in Dublin on Saturday. A first-half try by Iain Henderson and eight points from Johnny Sexton also denied them a record 19th

Evening Standard

Six Nations 2017: Echoes of the past as Ireland dash English hopes once again

Knowing that a tornado is coming your way doesn’t mean it won’t blow your house down. Once again England came to Dublin with a Grand Slam in their sights. Once again they were overwhelmed by an Ireland team playing with a pace and intensity they …

BBC Sport

‘A horrible, chastening evening’ – English media reflect on Ireland win

England achieved their goal of retaining the Six Nations title, but a Grand Slam and world record went up in smoke in Dublin and the English media was fulsome in its praise for Joe Schmidt’s side. A try by Iain Henderson and eight points from Johnny

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Dylan Hartley learns England ‘not the finished article’ after Six Nations

England’s first defeat in 16 months at the hands of a depleted Ireland side on Saturday was a “reality check”, says captain Dylan Hartley. Eddie Jones’ side were beaten 13-9 in Dublin to deny them a second successive Grand Slam and halting a tier-one …

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