The Latest World Rugby Rankings Are Out – And It’s Good News For Ireland & France
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Ireland and France have both climbed a place in the official World Rugby Rankings following their respective Six Nations wins over England and Wales over the weekend.
The men in green are up to fifth in the world now, hot on the heels of England who have dropped to fourth following their 32-18 win at the hands of Andy Farrell’s side on Saturday.
Les Blues meanwhile have climbed into the top three, overtaking Eddie Jones’ side following their last-gasp 32-30 win over Wales to deny the visitors a Grans Slam at the Stade de France.
Wales meanwhile drop out of the top five following that defeat, falling to sixth place in the world. Here are the official rankings in full: