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RBS 6 Nations 2013: Wales Champions! (2 Discs)

Released on 27 May 2013

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Relive Wales' incredible defence of their RBS 6 Nations crown. When the final whistle blew at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday 16th March 2013, 70,000 joyous Welsh fans were sent into raptures having witnessed their side crush England by 30 points to 3 - achieving their biggest ever winning margin over England - to retain the RBS 6 Nations title and deny their oldest enemy a first Grand Slam in 10 years. It was a truly magnificent performance as 23 Welsh dragons outthought and out-fought their opponents in every area of the field to roar to an incredible victory. Coming into the tournament, Wales were out of form and without a win since the 2012 RBS 6 Nations Grand Slam. Defeat at home to Ireland in their opening 2013 fixture left Wales with a mountain to climb, particularly with three successive trips away to come before their final game against a resurgent England at home. But a deserved, if perhaps unexpected, win in the Stade de France against Les Bleus was followed by victories at the Stadio Flaminio and Murrayfield against Italy and Scotland respectively, leaving Wales needing to defeat unbeaten England by seven points to complete a miraculous defence of their RBS 6 Nations crown. And win they did, thanks largely to two magnificent second half tries from Alex Cuthbert, to seal a remarkable victory and ensure the RBS 6 Nations trophy stayed in Wales for another year.
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  • Tournament Highlights
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duration2 hours and 50 minutes