April 11 down the years
Gibbs stuns England at Wembley
April 11, 1900
Wales' Scott Gibbs is swamped by his team mates after scoring the match-winning try against England at Wembley in 1999 © Getty Images
England had been on-course to claim the Championship and Grand Slam with vitory over Wales, but Gibbs' try handed the tournament to Scotland on points difference after they had defeated France 36-22 in Paris on the previous afternoon.
Winger Christian Darrouy crossed for a brace of tries while Michel Arnaudet, skipper Michel Crauste, Andre Herrero and Murice Lira also scored against an Ireland side led by Willie-John McBride and featuring Mike Gibson at fly-half.
"Wayne Barnes' decision to give Dylan Hartley his marching orders was brave but crucially it was the correct call." Graham Jenkins reports from the Premiership final
"We wanted to get the rugby spirit across to people, I firmly believe we have been in the thick of it." Tom Hamilton speaks to the ESPN crew on the final live broadcast
With the Lions' tour to Australia fast-approaching, ESPN's Austin Healey and Mark Durden-Smith sat down to share their memories of the 2001 trip Down Under
"The fans could not be happier with the opposition and it adds an exciting element to a game that is shaping up as a thriller." Ben Kay previews the Premiership final showdown