The Six Nations returned this weekend with a thrilling opening round to the 2019 Championship.
Ireland are the reigning champions this year after claiming the Grand Slam and Triple Crown in 2018 but began the defence of their title with a defeat to England in Dublin.
Wales beat France in Paris and Scotland saw off Italy in Edinburgh in the other result from Round 1.
With a host of action and stories to be had over the next few weeks, here’s the dates you need for your rugby diary.
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Six Nations 2019: Round 1
France 19 Wales 24
Scotland 33 Italy 20
Ireland 20 England 32
Six Nations 2019: Round 2
Scotland v Ireland: 2:15pm, Murrayfield, BBC, referee Romain Poite (France)
Italy v Wales: 4:45pm, Stadio Olimpico, ITV, referee Mathieu Raynal (France)
England v France: 3pm, Twickenham, ITV, referee Nigel Owens (Wales)
Six Nations 2019: Round 3
France v Scotland: 2:15pm, Stade de France, BBC, referee Nic Berry (Australia)
Wales v England: 4:45pm Millennium Stadium, BBC, referee Jaco Peyper (South Africa)
Italy v Ireland: 3pm, Stadio Olimpico, ITV, referee Glen Jackson (New Zealand)
Six Nations 2019: Round 4
Scotland v Wales: 2:15pm, Murrayfield, BBC, referee Pascal Gauzere (France)
England v Italy: 4:45pm, Twickenham, ITV, referee Nic Berry (Australia)
Ireland v France: 3pm, Aviva Stadium, ITV, referee Ben O’Keeffe (New Zealand)
Six Nations 2019: Round 5
Italy v France: 12:30pm, Stadio Olimpico, ITV, referee Matthew Carley (England)
Wales v Ireland: 2:45pm, Millennium Stadium, BBC, referee Angus Gardner (Australia)
England v Scotland: 5pm, Twickenham, ITV, referee Paul Williams (New Zealand