Friday, February 26, 2010
The third round of this years Six Nations gets under way in Cardiff tonight, so it's probably a good time to conclude the excellent BBC series The Ruck 'n' Roll Years, as today the focus is on the last ten years of the Championship.
Music, news, and rugby combine to document the famous meeting of the great sides of the northern hemisphere. You can watch the previous two postings by clicking the related links below.
England and France contested the first few years closely, before Wales won the Grand Slam in 2005, followed by 2008. Last year, 2009, Ireland came to the party with their historic win that contributed towards a great year for Irish rugby.
Who knows what the next ten years hold, or indeed if France will win the Grand Slam this year? It's hotly contested as always, and will no doubt provide many hours of enjoyable viewing.
If you want to see which matches are coming up in this years tournament, as well as buy tickets for the matches, check out our Fixtures page where you can also find out about getting your exclusive 5% Rugbydump discount code when buying.
Ruck 'n' Roll Years - The Eighties & Nineties
Ruck 'n' Roll Years - The Sixties & Seventies
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