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A Test series victory may have slipped through the hands of England at the Forsyth Barr Stadium on Saturday as New Zealand regained the Hillary Shield, but the tourists remain wholeheartedly focused on ending the tour on a high, insists Marland Yarde.
Joe Launchbury arrived in London from Paris on Sunday afternoon and was thrust into the heart of the England camp on Monday, ready to board yet another plane to New Zealand for the summer tour.
Jonny Wilkinson and his metronomic kicking ability are globally renowned, but the curtain will finally come down on the World Cup-winning fly-half’s career at the conclusion of the season.
With the tour to New Zealand fast approaching it's time to look around and see who may well have caught Stuart Lancaster's eye.
Once dubbed the ‘bad boy’ of English rugby, Danny Care’s rise to prominence has been far from a fairy-tale, but the maverick scrum-half has discovered a true sense of patriotism and belonging under the tutelage of Stuart Lancaster.
Will beats bookies
Sky Sports rugby pundit Will Greenwood proved his tipping prowess by winning the first Sky Bet-sponsored Six Nations Charity Challenge.
6N in numbers
Let's take a look behind the numbers of the latest Six Nations championship, as Ireland emerged victorious from a thrilling final weekend.
Six of the best
The 2014 Six Nations did not lack for drama, going right down to the final minute. Eventually, after a gripping last day and a try that wasn't, Ireland were crowned champions, pipping England to the crown after recording just their second win on French soil in the last 42 years.
England finished runners-up for a third successive Six Nations despite routing Italy 52-11 in Rome on Saturday.
Raise your game
The man synonymous with green 13 will play his final game for Ireland on Saturday against France at the Stade de France in Paris - the venue where he first burst onto the scene in 2000.
Green day in Paris
Three into one doesn't go, so will the trophy be heading to Dublin, London or Paris on Saturday night?
With one round to go, the players from Ireland, England or France have one final shot of claiming the Six Nations Championship.
Banking on France
England remain in Six Nations title contention as they head for Rome for the final game of the Championship.
Coming up Roses
We were not quite sure how the England v Wales game was going to unfold but England came out and played a terrific game. They played at a wonderful tempo and they have really developed a great trust between each other which showed on Sunday.
Tactics for Paris
Ireland have been playing well and will head to Paris with a real chance of winning the Six Nations on Saturday.
Centre of excellence
As Brian O'Driscoll prepares to make his final appearance on the international stage, we take a look at some of his most memorable moments.
In both the short and long term, this season's Six Nations is emerging as one of the most interesting we have seen in several years.
England's lineout has become a key weapon for them recently and Courtney Lawes has stepped up to take control of the aerial battle.
Sound of silence
It's great to be back in the Wales team and I cannot wait to have a crack at England on Sunday.
End of an era
The Aviva Stadium in Dublin will host an emotional farewell on Saturday as Ireland's greatest rugby player will wear the green jersey for the last time on home soil.