Steve James Rugby union has probably never had a day like this, with three successive magnificent matches, and Twickenham has probably never seen a game quite like this.
A record number of tickets will be sold for this year's rugby union World Cup in England, the head of the sport's ruling body says.
England have to recalibrate for a "completely different challenge" from France after digesting the lessons from the victory over Scotland that gave them a real chance of winning the Six Nations title, coach Stuart Lancaster said.
Steve James England put themselves back in the mix for the Six Nations title after beating Scotland 25-13 at Twickenham.
Ireland take a major step towards retaining their Six Nations title with a pulsating win in Dublin.
Brad Walter As he attempts to make a new career in English rugby union, Sam Burgess is still recognised for his feats with South Sydney.
Paul Hayward There is no reason to hasten fullback's return to action after a blow which was horrific to see, writes Paul Hayward.
Gary Fitzgerald Centre Jonathan Joseph grabbed a brace of tries as England gained their second win in the Six Nations Championship and swept aside a brave Italian side 47-17 with a dominant second half display at Twickenham.
Steve James Hosts' approach felt too contrived after all the pre-match nonsense, writes Steve James
England bagged early World Cup bragging rights by clawing back a 10-point deficit to claim a thrilling 21-16 victory over Wales in the opening match of the Six Nations on Friday.
Duncan Bech Sam Burgess made a forgettable representative union debut as England Saxons ground out a worthy victory over the Ireland Wolfhounds in Cork.
Sam Burgess could see his bid for a place in England's rugby World Cup squad given a boost by the injury crisis engulfing Stuart Lancaster's back division just weeks before the Six Nations starts.
England’s Kiwi-born hooker faces dressing down about poor discipline from coach Stuart Lancaster ahead of Six Nations.
Paul Hayward The charge sheet that kept Danny Cipriani out of the England rugby squad is old and yellowed now, so there was no disciplinary justification for extending his Six Nations exile to a seventh year.
Mick Cleary Mercurial No 10 who last played a Six Nations match seven years ago named in England team.