Brian Moore’s Full Contact Rugby: Winning rugby is more important than entertaining rugby

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The inaugural Autumn Nations Cup is done and dusted and it’s congratulations to England who saw off France in the final after extra time.

Joining Brian in studio to reflect on Sunday’s win and England’s year overall is the World Rugby Hall of Fame member, Maggie Alphonshi. They discuss more criticism aimed at England over their style of play and try to find the line between entertaining fans and ensuring you win your games.

Ireland finished in third place after an impressive win over Scotland in Dublin, former scrum half Eoin Reddan joins the show to discuss how their first year under new head coach Andy Farrell has been perceived from the Irish public and whether there is an over reliance on 35 year old skipper Johnny Sexton.

We also assess what impact both Wales and Scotland could have on next years Six Nations, in particular the Welsh, who had a year to forget.

Plus we tackle all your questions and look at some of the amazing work done by volunteers at grassroots level during the turbulent last 6 months.

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