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In rugby union, a Grand Slam occurs when one team in the Six Nations Championship manages to beat all the others during one year's competition. This has been achieved 39 times in total, for the first time by Wales in 1908, and most recently by Wales in 2019. The team to have won the most Grand Slams is England with 13.

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Six Nations 2019: Wales lift Six Nations trophy after completing Grand Slam

six nations 2019: wales lift six nations trophy after completing grand slam
Watch Wales lift the Six Nations trophy after completing the Grand Slam with a 25-7 victory over Ireland at the Principality Stadium.
BBC News - Published

Wales beat Ireland to win rugby Grand Slam

Wales secure the Grand Slam with a dominant 25-7 win over Ireland in Cardiff as they clinch their first Six Nations title since 2013.
BBC News - Published

Fleetwood in as England women aim for Grand Slam

fleetwood in as england women aim for grand slam
Flanker Vicky Fleetwood makes her first Women's Six Nations start of the season in the England team to face Scotland at Twickenham on Saturday.
BBC News - Published

Wales' Grand Slam bid built on vice-tight defence - Guscott analysis

wales' grand slam bid built on vice-tight defence - guscott analysis
With suffocating speed and shrewd gambler Jonathan Davies on the outside, Wales' defence has defined their Six Nations campaign, says Jeremy Guscott.
BBC News - Published

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