Six Nations Under 20s Championship

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The Under 20s Version of the Six Nations was set up by World Rugby (at the time known as the International Rugby Board) with the first tournament taking place in 2008.

Overall (2008 - 2016)[edit]

 England  France  Ireland  Italy  Scotland  Wales
Tournaments 9 9 9 9 9 9
Championships 5 2 1 0 0 1
Grand Slams 2 1 0 0 0 1
Triple Crowns 4 N/A 1 N/A 1 1
Wooden Spoon 0 0 0 6 3 0

Roll of honour (2008 – 2016)[edit]

[1]

2008 U-20 Six Nations Championship  England (Grand Slam)
2009 U-20 Six Nations Championship  France
2010 U-20 Six Nations Championship  Ireland
2011 U-20 Six Nations Championship  England (Grand Slam)
2012 U-20 Six Nations Championship  England
2013 U-20 Six Nations Championship  England
2014 U-20 Six Nations Championship  France (Grand Slam)
2015 U-20 Six Nations Championship  England
2016 U-20 Six nations Championship  Wales (Grand Slam)

2009 Tournament[edit]

France won the tournament but no team won the Grand Slam or Triple Crown.[2]

Position Nation Games Points Table
points
Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Difference Tries
1  France 5 4 0 1 150 53 +97 16 8
2  Ireland 5 4 0 1 86 88 −2 5 8
3  England 5 3 0 2 94 72 +22 14 6
4  Scotland 5 3 0 2 76 97 −21 5 6
5  Wales 5 1 0 4 93 109 −16 10 2
6  Italy 5 0 0 5 57 137 −80 6 0


Results[edit]

Round One[edit]

6 February 2009
19:10
Scotland  18-17  Wales
McDiarmid Park
6 February 2009
19:35
Ireland  9-6  France
Dunbarry Park
6 February 2009
20:00
England  17-0  Italy
Sixways Stadium

Round Two[edit]

13 February 2009
19:00
France  30-3  Scotland
Chalon
13 February 2009
19:10
Wales  16-28  England
The Brewery Field
14 February 2009
15:00
Italy  23-29  Ireland
Stadio Beltrametti

Round Three[edit]

27 February 2009
18:15
Ireland  19-18  England
Dubarry Park
27 February 2009
19:30
Scotland  14-10  Italy
Dens Park
28 February 2009
14:00
France  40-20  Wales
Strasbourg

Round Four[edit]

13 March 2009
19:30
Scotland  35-20  Ireland
McDiarmid Park
13 March 2009
20:00
England  11-31  France
Sixways Stadium
13 March 2009
20:00
Italy  14-34  Wales
Biella

Round Five[edit]

20 March 2009
19:00
Italy  10-43  France
Stadio Comunale Guido Angelini
20 March 2009
19:05
Wales  6-9  Ireland
Parc y Scarlets
20 March 2009
20:00
England  20-6  Scotland
Sixways Stadium

Top try-scorers[edit]

Doumayrou (FRA), Trinder, Lowe (both ENG), Venditti (ITA) - 3 tries

Lapandry, Camara, Fall (all FRA), Phillips, Tipuric, Reynolds (all WAL) - 2 tries

2010 Tournament[edit]

Ireland won the tournament and the Triple crown but no team won the Grand Slam.[3]

Position Nation Games Points Table
points
Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Difference Tries
1  Ireland 5 4 0 1 147 62 +85 17 8
2  England 5 4 0 1 141 88 +53 15 8
3  Wales 5 3 0 2 124 107 +17 15 6
4  France 5 2 1 2 94 119 −25 11 5
5  Scotland 5 1 1 3 59 115 −56 6 3
6  Italy 5 0 0 5 54 128 −74 3 0

Results[edit]

Round One[edit]

5 February 2010
19:30
Scotland  8-8  France
Tulloch Caledonian Stadium
5 February 2010
19:35
Ireland  39-0  Italy
Dubarry Park
5 February 2010
19:45
England  41-14  Wales
Gloucester RFC

Round Two[edit]

12 February 2010
19:00
Italy  10-16  England
Stadio Comunale
12 February 2010
19:05
Wales  20-12  Scotland
Cardiff Arms Park
12 February 2010
19:45
France  20-15  Ireland
Mazamet

Round Three[edit]

26 February 2010
15:30
Wales  43-8  France
Cardiff Arms Park
27 February 2010
14:00
Italy  16-18  Scotland
Stadio Santa Rosa
27 February 2010
19:45
England  10-25  Ireland
Gloucester RFC

Round Four[edit]

12 March 2010
19:00
Scotland  6-27  England
Firhill Stadium
12 March 2010
19:35
Ireland  24-17  Wales
Dubarry Park
12 March 2010
19:45
France  25-6  Italy
Grenoble

Round Five[edit]

19 March 2010
19:35
Ireland  44-15  Scotland
Dubarry Park
19 March 2010
20:05
Wales  30-22  Italy
Cardiff Arms Park
21 March 2010
14:00
France  33-47  England
Saint Nazaire

Top try-scorers[edit]

Hudson, Conway (both IRE), Fish (WAL) - 4 tries

Spence (IRE), Phillips, Loxton (both WAL) - 3 tries

Marler, May, Watson (all ENG), Bales, Dupont (both FRA), Brown (SCO) - 2 tries

2011 Tournament[edit]

England won the tournament along with the Grand Slam & Triple Crown

Position Nation Games Points Table
points
Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Difference Tries
1  England 5 5 0 0 221 54 +167 0 10
2  France 5 4 0 1 149 62 +87 0 8
3  Wales 5 2 1 2 147 99 +48 0 5
4  Ireland 5 2 1 2 97 119 −22 0 5
5  Italy 5 1 0 4 39 180 −141 0 2
6  Scotland 5 0 0 5 23 162 −139 0 0

Results[edit]

Round One[edit]

4 February 2011
18:00
France  49-5  Scotland
Caen
4 February 2011
18:00
Italy  9-28  Ireland
Stadio XXV Aprile
5 February 2011
18:30
Wales  20-26  England
Parc y Scarlets

Round Two[edit]

11 February 2011
19:30
England  74-3  Italy
The Recreation Ground
11 February 2011
19:30
Scotland  3-33  Wales
Stirling Country RFC
11 February 2011
19:45
Ireland  13-38  France
Dubarry Park

Round Three[edit]

25 February 2011
18:00
Italy  15-46  Wales
Stadio Comunale San Vinto
25 February 2011
19:30
Scotland  0-15  Ireland
Tulloch Stadium
27 February 2011
15:15
England  19-8  France
Sixways Stadium

Round Four[edit]

11 March 2011
18:00
Italy  3-25  France
Calvisano
11 March 2011
19:10
Wales  26-26  Ireland
Parc y Scarlets
11 March 2011
20:00
England  56-8  Scotland
Newbury RFC

Round Five[edit]

18 March 2011
19:30
France  29-22  Wales
Albi
18 March 2011
19:30
Scotland  7-9  Italy
Stirling Country RFC
18 March 2011
19:45
Ireland  15-46  England
Dubarry Park

2012 Tournament[edit]

Position Nation Games Points Table
points
Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Difference Tries
1  England 5 4 0 1 169 40 +129 30 8
2  France 5 4 0 1 109 63 +46 11 8
3  Ireland 5 4 0 1 86 46 +40 7 8
4  Wales 5 2 0 3 89 125 −36 8 4
5  Scotland 5 1 0 4 59 160 −101 6 2
6  Italy 5 0 0 5 60 138 −78 7 0

Results[edit]

Round One[edit]

Fri 3rd Feb 12
19:30
Scotland  3-59  England
Pen: Harry Leonard 2'
Try: Marland Yarde 10',19',25'
Jack Clifford 14',66'
Penalty Try 38'
Anthony Watson 56'
Charlie Walker 72',76'
Con: George Ford 10',14',38',56',66',72',76'
Firhill, Glasgow
Fri 3rd Feb 12
19:05
Ireland  11-6  Wales
Try: Shane Layden 26'
Drop: Paddy Jackson 70'
Luke McGrath 72'
Pen: Lewis Williams 66'
Drop: Sam Davies 19'
Dubarry Park, Athlone
Sat 18th Feb 12
14:00
France  19-5  Italy
Try: Taofifenua 30'
Payen 44'
Jedreziak 78'
Con: Escande 31'
Selponi 78'
Try: Riccioli 71'
Stade Battandier-Lukowiak, La Voulte

Round Two[edit]

Fri 10th Feb 12
19:05
Wales  28-15  Scotland
Try: Jones R 12'
Morgan 31',62'
Con: Davies S. 31',62'
Pen: Davies S. 9',26',46'
Try: Farndale 69',74'
Con: Harry Leonard 74'
Pen: Harry Leonard 16'
Parc Eirias, Colwyn Bay, North Wales
Sat 11th Feb 12
14:15
France  12-13  Ireland
Pen: Otazo 2',8',47',54'
Try: Horan 42'
Con: Jackson 42'
Pen: Jackson 20'
Hanrahan 72'
Stade des Alpes, Grenoble
Sat 3rd Mar 12
14:00
Italy  7-42  England
Try: Marazzi 38'
Con: Odiete 38'
Try: Hill 20'
Walker 25'
Robson 32', 45'
Ransom 60'
Bassett 80'
Con: Slade 20', 25', 32'
Bell 45', 60', 80'
Rovigo

Round Three[edit]

Fri 24th Feb 12
19:45
England  40-9 Wales 
Try: J.Bassett 23'
A.Watson 29',69'
L.Cowan-Dickie 56'
S.Hill 60'
M.Yarde 75'
Con: T.Bell 23',56'
Pen: T.Bell 38',53'
Pen: S.Davies 34',40'
Drop: S.Davies 15'
The Stoop, Twickenham
Fri 24th Feb 12
19:30
Scotland  21-30  France
Try: Hidalgo-Clyne 40'
Sinclair 62'
Con: Leonard 40'
Pen: Leonard 25',28',56'
Try: Chateau 23'
Danty 31'
Domvo 35'
Placines 45'
Con: Ecochard 31',35'
Pen: Ecochard 10',75'
Netherdale, Galashiels
Fri 24th Feb 12
19:05
Ireland  27-8  Italy
Try: Henderson 67'
Layden 77'
Con: Jackson 77'
Pen: Jackson 11',17',20',40',49'
Try: Morsellino 63'
Pen: Della Rossa 7'
Dubarry Park, Athlone

Round Four[edit]

Fri 9th Mar 12
19:05
Ireland  26-0  Scotland
Try: Layden 3'
McGrath 63'
Conan 73'
Con: Jackson 64'
Pen: Jackson 13', 45', 46'
Dubarry Park, Athlone
Fri 9th Mar 12
19:10
Wales  30-23  Italy
Try: R Evans 11'
Morgan 60'
, Baker 75'
Con: S Davies 12'
J Williams 61', 76'
Pen: S Davies 19', 38', 42'
Try: Calabrese 5'
Sarto 35'
Con: Odiete 7', 36'
Pen: Apperley 10', 47', 67'
Parc Eirias, Colwyn Bay, North Wales
Sat 10th Mar 12
19:45
France  12 - 8  England
Pen: Ecochard 6',23',73',79'
Try: Sisi 69'
Pen: Mills 2'
Stade de la Rabine, Vannes

Round Five[edit]

Fri 16th Mar 12
19:30
England  20 - 9  Ireland
Try: A.Watson 1'
D.Robson 15'
M.Yarde 45'
Con: T.Heathcote 1'
Pen: T.Heathcote 29'
Pen: P.Jackson 8',32',61'
Adams Park, High Wycombe
Fri 16th Mar 12
19:35
Wales  16 - 36  France
Try: L.Morgan (56')
Con: S.Davies (56')
Pen: S.Davies (15',35',48')
Try: J.Poirot (7')
J.Kazubek (10')
É.Escande (40')
B.Fuster (51')
D.Domvo (78')
Con: É.Escande 7',10',40',78'
Pen: É.Escande 4'
Parc Eirias, Colwyn Bay, North Wales
Fri 16th Mar 12
18:00
Italy  17 - 20  Scotland
Try: L.Sarto (7')
Pen: S.Apperley (35',54',60',75')
Try: M.Bennett (76')
H.Leonard (80')
Con: H.Leonard 76',80'
Pen: H.Leonard 32',36'
Calvisano, Brescia

2013 Tournament[edit]

Position Nation Games Points Table
points
Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Difference Tries
1  England 5 4 0 1 150 54 +96 17 8
2  Wales 5 4 0 1 126 83 +43 13 8
3  Ireland 5 2 1 2 98 83 +15 10 5
4  Scotland 5 2 0 3 84 107 −23 9 4
5  France 5 2 0 3 54 105 −51 5 4
6  Italy 5 0 1 4 65 145 −80 8 1

Results[edit]

Round One[edit]

Fri 1 Feb 2013
17:45
England  15-6  Scotland
Try: Penalty Try
Luke Cowan-Dickie
Con: Henry Slade
Pen: Henry Slade
Pen: Tommaso Allan (2)
Plymouth Albion RFC
Fri 1 Feb 2013
18:00
Italy  6-13  France
Pen: Edoardo Padovani (2)
Try: Enzo Selponi
Con: Vincent Mallet
Pen: Vincent Mallet (2)
Stadio Marco Tomaselli, Caltanisetta, Sicily
Fri 1 Feb 2013
19:10
Wales  17-15  Ireland
Try: Dion Jones
Pen: Sam Davies (4)
Try: Luke McGrath
Tom Daly
Con: Tom Daly
Pen: Tom Daly
Parc Eirias, Colwyn Bay

Round Two[edit]

Fri 8 Feb 2013
19:30
Scotland  30-17  Italy
Try: Tommaso Allan 17'c
Damian Hoyland 64'c
Jonny Gray 78'c
Con: Tommaso Allan 17
Alex Hagart 64,78
Pen: Tommaso Allan 39, 44, 58
Try: Maxime Mata Mbanda 73'c
Michele Campagnaro 79'c
Con: Filippo Buscema 73
Michele Campagnaro 79
Pen: Edoardo Padovani 15'
Netherdale, Galashiels
Fri 8 Feb 2013
19:35
Ireland  16-15  England
Try: Rory Scholes 75'c
Con: Tom Daly (1/1)
Pen: Tom Daly 23',42'
Rory Scholes 63'
Pen: Henry Slade 2',28',32',49',57'
Dubarry Park, Athlone
Sun 10 Feb 2013
France  13-27  Wales
Try: M.Wieprecht 51'c
Con: B.Serin (1/1)
Pen: B.Serin 18',33'
Try: S.Bennett 6'c
C.Allen 28'c
A.Evans 33'c
Con: S.Davies (3/3)
Pen: S.Davies 56',70'
Stade Marcel Michelin, Clermont-Ferrand

Round Three[edit]

Fri 22 Feb 2013
19:00
Italy  10-25  Wales
Try: M.Mbanda 60'c
Con: M.Campagnaro (1/1)
Pen: E.Padovani 23'
Try: D.Thomas 1'c
R.Williams 27'm
Penalty 32'c
Con: S.Davies (2/3)
Pen: S.Davies 68',74'
Viterbo
Fri 22 Feb 2013
20:30
Scotland  21-20  Ireland
Try: R.Young 10'c
D.Hoyland 16'c,72'c
Con: Tommaso Allan (3/3)
Try: R.Murphy 26'm
D.Panter 32'm
penalty 54'c
Con: T.Daly (1/3)
Pen: T.Daly 14'
Netherdale, Galeshiels
Sat 23 Feb 2013
15:00
England  40-10  France
Try: penalty 45'c
Jack Clifford 66'c,71'm,78'm
H.Purdy 80'c
Con: Henry Slade 45',66',80'
Pen: Henry Slade 32',38',52'
Try: G.Lacroix 60'c
Con: B.Serin (1/1)
Pen: B.Serin 35'
Worcester RFC

Round Four[edit]

Fri 8 Mar 2013
19:35
Scotland  17-42  Wales
Try: S.Muir 25'c
A.Ashe 77'c
Con: Tommaso Allan (2/2)
Pen: Tommaso Allan 21'
Try: Tommaso Allan 27'm
Warren 36'c, 72'm
R Williams 39'c
J Williams 50'm
Penalty try 65'c
Con: S.Davies (3/6)
Pen: S.Davies 9',44'
Celedonian Football Club, Inverness
Fri 8 Mar 2013
19:45
Ireland  22-5  France
Try: S.Joyce 64'c
Con: T.Daly (1/1)
Pen: T.Daly 5', 14', 21', 26', 29'
Try: R.Ruffenach 27'm
Dubarry Park, Athlone
Fri 8 Mar 2013
20:05
England  52-7  Italy
Try: Hill 22'c
Nowell 38'c, 75'c
Braley 44'c
Penalty try 55'c, 64'c
Stephenson 68'c
Con: Henry Slade (7/7)
Pen: Henry Slade 10'
Try: G.Vian 59'c
Con: E.Padovani (1/1)
Northampton RFC

Round Five[edit]

15 March 2013
18:00
Italy  25-25  Ireland
Try: Moriconi 3'c
Campagnaro 7'm
Benvenuti 25'm
Odiete 43'm
Con: Padovani (1/4)
Pen: Padovani 17'
Try: Panter 22'c
Sexton 58'm
Scholes 73'c
Con: Scannell (2/3)
Pen: Scannell 33', 66'
Stadio di Avezzano, L'Aquila
15 March 2013
19:30
Wales  15-28  England
Pen: S Davies 10, 18, 25, 50, 65
Try: Nowell 13'm
Wells 39'c, 77'c
Con: Henry Slade (2/3)
Pen: Henry Slade 32, 53
Drop: Henry Slade 61'
Parc Eirias, Colwyn Bay
17 March 2013
13:00
France  13-10  Scotland
Try: Enzo Selponi 60' c
Con: Yohan Domenech (1/1)
Pen: Baptiste Serin (1/2) 6'
Drop: Enzo Selponi 64'
Try: Adam Ashe 25' c
Con: Tommaso Allan (1/1)
Pen: Tommaso Allan (1/3) 20'

References[edit]

  1. ^ Retrieved on 2012-03-17.
  2. ^ "Official RBS 6 Nations Rugby : U20s Home". Rbs6nations.com. 2007-11-23. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
  3. ^ [1] Archived June 3, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.

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