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Three law changes we’d like to see for the 2024 Six Nations

#3. Penalty advantage limited

We propose implementing a defined limit for penalty advantage, perhaps ranging from three to five rucks. We strongly dislike the current scenario where the attacking team can maintain possession indefinitely within the 22-meter area under the advantage rule, which disrupts the flow of the game and diminishes its momentum.

Referee, Sara Cox awards a penalty try during the Pre Season Match between Bristol Bears and Exeter Chiefs at Ashton Gate on 1 September 2023. Photo: Tom Sandberg/PPAUK

Quiz: Can you all of the Guinness Six Nations winning captains?

In the storied history of Rugby’s Greatest Championship, exceptional leaders have emerged—warriors of various forms, be they agile half-backs, towering second rows, or fearless flankers.

Our latest quiz invites you to identify those who have captained their nations to Guinness Six Nations glory. It’s worth noting that in certain instances, there may be multiple captains from the same year due to factors such as injuries and rotation.

Surnames only will be accepted.