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Women: Ireland vs. France, Six Nations

Heineken Extends Rugby Backing - The Netherlands-based beer company increased its sponsorship of World Rugby for another 24-years. In addition, it offered to sponsor the upcoming Women’s Rugby World Cup in Ireland this August.

Six Nations, Round Four - All eyes will be on Twickenham tomorrow where a recharged Scotland XV meet an undefeated England side (17 consecutive victories) at Twickenham in the Calcutta Cup. The Scots have not won here since 1983. The Red Roses can tie the All Blacks 18-game wins in a row record.

The Matches - Men (Times local)

Friday - Wales vs. Ireland, 8:05 pm

Saturday - England vs. Scotland, 1:30 pm

Saturday - Italy vs. France, 4:00 pm

The Matches - Women (Times local)

Saturday - Wales vs. Ireland, 11:30 am

Saturday - England vs. Scotland, 1:00 pm

Sunday - Italy vs. France, 3 pm

Las Vegas Sevens Dream Team, Men - Here are the seven players selected from last week's tournament:

Danny Barret, USA

DJ Forbes, NZ

Jerry Tuwai, Fiji

Vilmoni Koroi, NZ

Meulame Kunavula, Fiji

Rosko Specman, SA

Lachie Anderson, Australia

Las Vegas Sevens Dream Team, Women

Portia Woodman, NZ

Naya Tapper, USA

Sharni Williams, Australia

Alev Kelter, USA

Michaela Blyde, NZ

Brittany Benn, Canada

Tima Ravisa, Fiji

HSBC World Rugby Sevens, Round Six - The action this weekend  moves to Vancouver for the second year of Canadian hosting. Reports indicate a sell out crowd for the only sevens circuit event played under a domed stadium.

Eagles

1. Pat Blair

2. Ben Pinkelman

3. Danny Barrett

4. Matai Leuta

5. Walt Elder

6. Andrew Durutalo

7. Folau Niua

8. Maka Unufe

9. Stephen Tomasin

10. Madison Hughes (C)

11. Perry Baker

12. Martin Iosefo

13. Malon Al-Jiboori

Schedule

v. Japan - Saturday, March 11 @ 12:52 p.m. ET

v. France - Saturday, March 11 @ 4:28 p.m. ET

v. Australia - Saturday, March 11 @ 8:08 p.m. ET

(Live streaming on www.WorldRugby.org.)