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1925 Five Nations Championship

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1925 Five Nations Championship

1925 Five Nations Championship
Date 1 January 1925 - 13 April 1925
Countries  England
Tournament statistics
Champions  Scotland (9th title)
Grand Slam  Scotland (1st title)
Triple Crown  Scotland (6th title)
Calcutta Cup  Scotland
Matches played 10
1924 (Previous) (Next) 1926

The 1925 Five Nations Championship was the eleventh series of the rugby union Five Nations Championship following the inclusion of France into the Home Nations Championship. Including the previous Home Nations Championships, this was the thirty-eighth series of the annual northern hemisphere rugby union championship. Ten matches were played between 1 January and 13 April. It was contested by England, France, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

Scotland's Jonny Wallace scored a try against each other country in this tournament, repeating the achievement of Carson Catchyside of England the previous year. It would be 58 years before another player recorded such a feat, and 74 years before another Scottish player did it again.


Position Nation Games Points Table
Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Difference
1  Scotland 4 4 0 0 77 37 +40 8
2  Ireland 4 2 1 1 42 26 +16 5
2  England 4 2 1 1 42 37 −5 5
4  Wales 4 1 0 3 34 60 −26 2
5  France 4 0 0 4 23 58 −35 0


France  3–9  Ireland
England  12–6  Wales
Scotland  25–4  France
Wales  14–24  Scotland
England  6–6  Ireland
Wales  11–5  France
Ireland  8–14  Scotland
Ireland  19–3  Wales
Scotland  14–11  England
France  11–13  England

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Preceded by
1924 Five Nations
Home Nations Championship
Succeeded by
1926 Five Nations
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