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- The competition is administered by SANZAAR, a consortium consisting of four national governing bodies: the South African Rugby Union, New Zealand Rugby Union, Rugby Australia and the Argentine Rugby Union The inaugural Tri Nations tournament was in 1996, and was won by New Zealand – known as the All Blacks.
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The Rugby League Four Nations, is a biennial rugby league football tournament run in partnership between the Australian Rugby League Commission, Rugby Football League and New Zealand Rugby League representing the top three nations in the sport: Australia, England and New Zealand. The tournament replaced the previous Tri-Nations format by including a fourth nation that qualifies by winning their respective regional competition in a rotation between Europe and the South Pacific. France accepted an
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- What Is The Four Nations?
- What Happens During The Rugby Tournament?
- Where Do These Rugby Teams Play?
- What Scoring System Is Used in This Rugby Tournament?
- The Future of The Four Nations Rugby Tournament
The Four Nations is a Rugby League tournament featuring international teams from Australia, New Zealand, England plus one other. It was originally contested as the Gillette Rugby League Tri-Nations in 1999 and involved the top three nations in the sport: Australia, New Zealand and Great Britain. In 2009 the competition was replaced by a Four Nations series, and England now compete instead of Great Britain, with an additional side being invited (alternatively the Pacific Cup Champions and the European Champions).
Played over three to four weeks in October and November, the competition is in a ‘mini-league' format with each team playing the other once (three games each). The top two teams then go on to fight it out in the final.
The tournament is usually jointly hosted by a couple of the competing countries on an alternate southern/northern hemisphere basis. For example, New Zealand and Australia will host matches when the tournament is played in the southern hemisphere, and the next tournament will be jointly hosted by England and another European nation (usually France or Wales who are the strongest other European nations).
The points system used in the tournament is: Win – 2 points Draw – 1 point Loss –0 points The two nations finishing in first and second place will contest the final. If the final is tied after 80 minutes or normal time then the game goes to Golden Point whereby the first scorer of any points in extra time is declared the winner.
The first Four Nations tournament was held in England and France in 2009 and then Australia and New Zealand in 2010, where Papua New Guinea were invited as winners of the Pacific Cup. Australia and New Zealand tend to dominate but it is hoped that the other competing nations will catch up to make the tournaments a fully competitive four-way battle.
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The 4 Nations Cup is an annual women's ice hockey tournament, held between four major national teams in the sport; currently, these are Canada, the United States, Sweden and Finland. Until 2000, when Sweden joined, the tournament was the 3 Nations Cup. In general, it is held in or around November each year.
- What Is It and How Does It Work?
- Who Are Still to Play?
- Where Are Matches Being played?
- Is This Instead of The Six Nations?
- Are The Women’s Teams Be Competing?
- Where Is It Being Shown on Television?
- Will Tickets Be available?
This new international competition is between England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, France, Italy, Fiji, and Georgia. Although all countries in the Six Nations Championship are competing, this is not in place of the tournament, which concluded two weeks before the start of the Autumn Nations Cup. There are two pools of four countries in the tournament. Pool A consists of England, Ireland, Wales, and Georgia, and Pool B is France, Scotland, Italy, and Fiji. Each team will play the teams in their pool once by the end of the third weekend. Based on the pool rankings coming into the final weekend, each team will face the team ranked in the same position in the opposite pool. This means the teams who come first in Pool A and Pool B will compete for first place, the teams who come second will compete for second place and so on. All sixteen matches of the new tournament are scheduled to be played over the four weekends from 13 November, 2020 to 6 December, 2020. What happened in Round 1? In t...
All that’s left in the tournament is its fourth and final round: ‘Finals Weekend’. Having seen off Georgia, Ireland and Wales to finish five points clear in Pool A, England take on an also undefeated France side on Sunday, who top Pool B after victories over Scotland, Italy and Fiji. On Saturday, Ireland face Scotland in the third-place play-off at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Wales take on Italy at Parc y Scarlets in Llanelli and Georgia are due to play Fiji in the wooden spoon match at Murrayfield in Edinburgh if the Pacific Islanders get the all-clear to play. The remaining fixtures are as follows: Finals Weekend 5 December: Georgia v Fiji (Murrayfield) - 12:00 5 December: Ireland v Scotland (Aviva Stadium) - 14:15 5 December: Wales v Italy (Parc y Scarlets) - 16:45 6 December: England v France (Twickenham) - 14:00
Ireland are playing their home fixtures at the Aviva Stadium (Dublin), England are welcoming visiting teams to Twickenham (London), Scotland are playing their home matches at Murrayfield (Edinburgh), and Wales are hosting teams at Parc y Scarlets (Llanelli), as the Principality Stadium in Cardiff is currently being decommissioned as a field hospital. Italy are playing their home fixtures at the Stadio Del Conero (Ancona), while France are welcoming teams at the Stade de France (Paris). The finals weekend will be played across the UK and Ireland, with Georgia’s home match at Murrayfield, Ireland’s at the Aviva Stadium, England’s at Twickenham, and Wales’ at Parc y Scarlets.
No. The Autumn Nations Cup 2020 began two weeks after the final round of the Six Nations Championship, which England won in the tournament’s final round.
No – the women’s teams will not mirror this tournament. England and France played a two-test series, which the Red Roses emerged from as 2-0 victors. Ireland, Italy and Scotland were set to be busy in the weeks around the tournament, as they looked to qualify for Rugby World Cup 2021 in a round robin tournament. However, that tournament has since been postponed to early 2021.
Amazon Prime is the main broadcaster of this competition, with fans able to stream 14 of the 16 matches in the Autumn Nations Cup. Some matches will be available to watch on terrestrial television. For UK audiences, Channel 4 (and RTE in Ireland) will show Ireland’s fixtures against Wales, England and Georgia. Channel 4 will also show highlights from all rounds. Every Wales match in the Autumn Nations Cup will also be shown on S4C, a Welsh language channel. Viewers based in France will be able to watch local coverage on France 2.
It remains unclear if fans will be permitted to attend any Autumn Nations Cup 2020 fixtures. This will depend on what restrictions are in place within each country or region. Read more: Pools confirmed for Rugby World Cup 2021 >>
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