Hugh Godwin

Hugh Godwin is the rugby union correspondent of the Independent on Sunday who also writes for The Independent

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England vs France: Europe’s finest still playing catch-up despite stunning final day of the 2015 Six Nations

England, Wales and Ireland lag behind the New Zealanders by some distance

Chris Robshaw reacts after the 55-35 win over France

England vs France match report: England fall six points short as Ireland win the 2015 Six Nations on the most thrilling finales

England 55 France 35: England score seven tries and France five in one of the most exciting games ever seen

The England team celebrate after winning the RBS Six Nations Championship match between Ireland and England in 2003

Six Nations: The 10 greatest matches in the history of the tournament

Hugh Godwin picks out the greatest matches in Six Nations history - but do you agree with our rugby correspondent's selections?

Henry Slade was instrumental in Exeter's humbling of London Welsh

London Welsh's dismal year forces top flight to think again

Welsh were walloped by Exeter on Saturday

Henry Slade was instrumental in Exeter's humbling of London Welsh

Exeter Chiefs vs London Welsh match report: Henry Slade shines as 10-try Chiefs go on warpath

Exeter Chiefs 74 London Welsh 19: Basement club's hopes of winning a game this season getting thinner and thinner

Prop Dan Cole has made an impressive comeback after overcoming a neck injury

Six Nations 2015: Dan Cole reveals lessons learnt at the school of hard knocks

England’s defeat in Dublin was widely blamed on the rash of silly penalties they gave away. A key member of the side, Dan Cole reveals what went wrong and the lengthy inquest that followed to ensure it doesn’t happen again

Jamie Roberts enjoyed another Welsh victory in his adopted home city, Paris

Six Nations 2015: Welshman Jamie Roberts may return home after helping his country to victory in Paris

The centre has represented Racing Métro for the last two seasons

Dan Biggar touches down under the attentions of Brice Dulin for Wales' match-winning try

France vs Wales match report: Dan Biggar and Leigh Halfpenny give Welsh a much-needed victory in Paris cauldron

France 13 Wales 20: In a match that failed to fire until the second half, Biggar crashed over in the corner to put Wales out of touch

England captain Chris Robshaw

Ireland vs England preview: The making of Chris Robshaw

Dyslexia, doing stand-up, criticism of his leadership – the England rugby union captain tells Hugh Godwin, ahead of Sunday’s big Ireland clash, that he is used to challenges

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