The championship was shared between all five teams. There was no tie-break in existence so nothing to separate was applied therefore, all the teams finished level on match points. This was the only time that the Five Nations championship finished in a five-way tie.
In 1996 it was only the 5 Nations, as Italy only joined in 2000. England won the 1996 5 Nations.
The 6 Nations rugby tournament started in 2000 when Italy joined the existing 5 Nations tournament which had France, England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
An interesting one France SHARED their first 5 nations Championship in 1955 with Wales The next won the title solo in 1959
No one won the 6 nations in February 1960 as there wasn't 6 nations playing in the competition.It was the 5 nations at this time - Italy was not a member team until 2000However, the 5 nations championship was shared between France and England
The Italian domestic rugby was developing. and with the 5 nations being truly bedded in it was decided that when the Italian RFU approached the IRB that it would open up the 5 nations competition and provide a greater stage for the game. This would stop it becoming a stale tournament. With the Italians being invited in 10 years later they are also involved in the Magnors league
1947 AFTER THE 2ND WORLD WAR France officially joined the 5 nations in 1910. check here: .rbs6nations.com/en/history.php.
Scotland have won the tournament twice once in 1990 and once in 1999
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Wales won the Six Nations Championship in 2012 with a Grand Slam. This means that Wales won all 5 of their games.
smaller rugby clubs get an allowance of 4 or 5
Scotland has never won the Six Nations although they won the last Five Nations in 1999.
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