After their stunning display at this year’s 6 Nations tournament, it’s no surprise that Wales have triumphed in the battle for Player of the Championship as well. With four of the Welsh team and two players from the England team nominated, it was Alun Wyn Jones who was crowned the 2019 Guinness Six Nations Player of the Championship.
Captaining the side through an impressive and hard-fought campaign, Jones played a pivotal role in the team’s success and has been thoroughly congratulated by players and fans from all sections of the rugby community.
Whilst the 2019 Six Nations tournament has only come to an end recently, thoughts are already turning to next year’s championship. With fans eagerly awaiting the return of the tournament, coaches, managers and players will already be putting new strategies to the test.
2020 Six Nations Championship
Having officially announced the fixtures for both the 2020 and 2021 championships, it won’t be long until tickets for the upcoming matches are made available. Due to get underway on Saturday 1st February 2020, Wales will be defending their title against Italy at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff during the first weekend of the tournament, whilst Ireland take on Scotland at the AVIVA Stadium in Dublin and France face England.
With 15 matches taking place throughout February and March, the culmination of the Championship will take place on 14th March with matches due to be held in Wales, Italy and France. Of course, fans will be eager to see their team take on their rivals and Welsh fans will be hoping their team can repeat their triumphant performance in this year’s tournament.
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Quilter Internationals And Rugby World Cup 2019
You may already be longing for the 2020 Guinness Six Nations to get underway but there are still plenty more matches to see in 2019. England, Ireland, France, Italy, Scotland, Georgia and Wales will be taking part in the Quilter Internationals throughout August and September before beginning their respective World Cup campaigns in Japan.
Due to take place from 20th September 2019 – 2nd November 2019, the 2019 Rugby World Cup will see the twenty qualifying teams battle it out to take home the ultimate accolade. If Japan is a little too far to travel to watch your sporting heroes in action, why not book rugby hospitality tickets for their pre-tournament preparation in the Quilter Internationals?
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