The 2023 Six Nations is complete and congratulations are in order for Ireland who managed an impressive Grand Slam that was sealed on Saturday in Dublin with victory over England.
The number 1 ranked side in the world are fully deserving of their title having won each of their matches by a healthy margin of at least 13 points. Behind them, France finished second ahead of Scotland, England, Wales and Italy with the latter picking up the wooden spoon after failing to take the chances they had to win several fairly even fixtures.
Attention now turns to the Women's Six Nations, which kicks off this weekend with Wales v Ireland at Cardiff Arms Park. Scroll down for the link to join the Superbru Predictor!
Next upWhile the women's game focuses on the Women's Six Nations, the men's game returns to club rugby and the remainder of the URC, Gallagher Premiership, Top14 and Champions Cup seasons. Predictor games for all of these tournaments remain available to join on Superbru.
This is of course a massive year of rugby and player performances in those tournaments will play a part in determining who is selected for this year's main event, the Rugby World Cup.
Our next men's international rugby Predictor tournament will be for the 3-round Rugby Championship in July and that will be quickly followed by the RWC which starts on the 8th of September.
Thank you for playing our Six Nations Predictor. We hope you enjoyed it and we'd love to have you back for the ongoing club rugby and/or the big one later this year!