Six Nations: Biggest Blunders in Tournament History

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Six Nations: Biggest Blunders in Tournament History
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When England debutant Jack Nowell slipped on his backside in the 17th minute of his side's clash with France last weekend, he inducted himself into a dubious hall of fame.

The young Exeter winger's mistake allowed Yoann Huget to collect the ball and dive over for his second try of what was a thrilling match.

But Nowell shouldn't feel too embarrassed. He joins an impressive line-up of Six Nations blunderers. Here we expose the biggest gaffes ever made in the competition.

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