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England Win 2020 Guinness Six Nations

The last three games of the 2020 Guinness Six Nations tournament were played last Saturday, with a nail-biting end to what has been an unusual Guinness Six Nations. If you didn’t already know, England came out victorious, winning the Championship for the first time since 2017. It really did go down to the wire, with the tournament resting on two of the final three games.

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History and origins of the Barbarians

In this article we will look at who the Barbarians are, when they were formed and why they are such a formidable force.

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The Georgian Rugby Team - History and Heritage

The Autumns Cup will be a unique eight-team competition involving the Six Nations countries, as well as Georgia and Fiji in two pools of four. But who are the Georgian Rugby Team and what makes them real contenders in The Nations Cup?

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Meet our Head of Twickenham Sales

Meet our Head of Twickenham Sales, Neil Thornton. Get to know him in this Q&A!

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Quick Fire Questions with Chef Thomas Rhodes

Thomas Rhodes has been Executive Head Chef at Twickenham Stadium for almost 3 years. Thomas sits in the hot seat to answer some of our burning quick fire questions…

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2020 Hospitality Statistics

England were sensational at Twickenham Stadium in 2020. See the food consumption statistics across the two fixtures from our world-class hospitality facilities.

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England victory over Wales brings Six Nations title-shot into clear view

A home win over Wales, combined with Scotland beating France, leaves England in the driving seat for the title.

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British Sportswomen to watch

In light of International Women’s Day this Sunday, this blog dedicated to the power of sportswomen in the UK.

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Dominant England put themselves in the title picture

England secured a crucial 24-12 victory over Ireland on Sunday in the Guinness Six Nations. It was a commanding performance from the hosts, in what was their first home game of the campaign.

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