Who won the 2005 Six Nations?

Who won the 2005 Six Nations?


2005 Six Nations Championship
Countries England France Ireland Italy Scotland Wales
Tournament statistics
Champions Wales (23rd title)
Grand Slam Wales (9th title)

Who won the Grand Slam in 2005?

The 2005 Championship is indelibly etched in the memory of every Welsh rugby fan, as a scintillating spring saw Mike Ruddock’s men win their first Grand Slam in 27 years.

Who is the most famous Welsh rugby player?

Gareth Edwards
Gareth Edwards won 53 caps for Wales between 1967 and 1978. 13 of those were as captain. He also earned 10 caps for the British Lions on tours to New Zealand and South Africa. He’s been described as the greatest player of all time.

How many 6 Nations have Wales won?

27 times
Six Nations Wales have won the tournament outright 27 times, and shared 12 other victories. Their longest wait between championships was 11 years (1994–2005). Wales first won a Grand Slam in 1908 – although France did not officially join the Five Nations until 1910 – and their first Six Nations Grand Slam in 2005.

Who was in the Welsh rugby team in 2005?

Jonathan Thomas started only one match in 2005, but did get a try against Italy. He is currently with Worcester Warriors21 of 27 Rhys Williams only started one match, the win over Scotland, but scored twice. He is now the President of the Welsh Rugby Players Association23 of 27

Who was the champions of the 2005 Six Nations?

2005 Six Nations Championship Champions Wales (23rd title) Grand Slam Wales (9th title) Triple Crown Wales (18th title) Calcutta Cup England

Who was Wales full back in 2005 Six Nations?

Updated17:59, 6 MAY 2015 Kevin Morgan started the tournament on the bench, before replacing Hal Luscombe on the wing for the third match and then Gareth Thomas as full back for the last two. He is now Ospreys strength and conditioning coach1of 27

Who was Wales Under 20s coach in 2005?

He is now Ospreys strength and conditioning coach1of 27 Mark Taylor played on the wing in the final match against Ireland, he is now the team manager of the Wales Under 20s squad2of 27 Tom Shanklin played all five games and scored a try against Italy.