It May Be Only A Matter Of Time Before We See Georgia In The Six Nations

These latest developments could be huge.

Georgia have long been touted as possible Six Nations participants.

They have dominated the Rugby Europe Championship, the Six Nations B competition in recent years, winning it for six successive seasons. They also recently overtook Italy in the World Rankings, moving up to 12th- two places above the Azzurri.

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Having seen the Six Nations expand back in 2000 with the addition of Italy, Georgia now believe it’s their turn to be included. Rugby journalist Chris Foy has revealed that the ambitious nation have invited Six Nations CEO John Feehan to visit Tbilisi & tell them how they can get in.

Gavin Mortimer has also revealed that Rugby Europe chief Octavian Morariu is set to demand that the Rugby Europe Championship winners take on the Six Nations wooden spooners in a relegation/promotion play-off.

What do you think? Should Georgia at least be given a chance to earn a spot in the Six Nations?