Wales captain Sam Warburton lifts the Six Nations silverware following his side's Grand Slam-clinching victory over France in Cardiff © Getty Images
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Wales 16-9 France, Six Nations
Report | Gatland hails players' work ethic | Verdict: Simply the best | Lydiate dedicates win to Davies | First Minister lauds Wales' Slam | Stats | Gallery
England 30-9 Ireland, Six Nations
England put Ireland to the sword | Lancaster hails 'outstanding' England | Kidney rues 'painful' defeat | Match Stats | Gallery
Italy 13-6 Scotland, Six Nations
Wales' Grand Slam Glory
The Six Nations is an annual competition contested by England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales.
The teams play each other once with home field advantage alternating from one year to the next.
The Six Nations began as the Home Nations Championship in 1883 and following the introduction of France it was re-named the Five Nations. The competition took on its current form when Italy joined their European rivals in 2000.
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