RBS Six Nations Tournament
The Six Nations is the successor to the Five Nations Championship which in turn succeeded the Home Nations Championship. The Home Nations Championship, played between teams from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, was the first international rugby union tournament. The winners of the Six Nations Championship are sometimes unofficially referred to in the media as the European Champions or Northern Hemisphere Champions. Ireland are the current champions after beating France in the final game of the tournament and having a higher points tally than 2nd placed England, despite the latter having the same win:loss ratio.
England and Wales are the joint current record holders for outright wins of the Home Nations, Five Nations and Six Nations tournaments, with 26 titles each, although Wales add to that record with 12 shared victories to England's 10 shared titles.
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