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Student Four Nations Championship

This is a full record of all results from the Student Four Nations Championship competed annually between England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

The championships started in 1994, since then, with the exception of World Cup or European Cup years, this has been an annual event.

2019 – Hosts: Scotland – Winners:
Sunday 23rd June – England 52-16 Wales, Scotland 26-28 Ireland
Wednesday 26th June – Ireland 0-40 England, Scotland 30-8 Wales
Saturday 29th June – Wales 18-12 Ireland, Scotland 18-0 Engla36

2018 – Hosts: Wales – Winners: England
Tuesday 17th July – England 58-18 Scotland, Wales 48-10 Ireland
Thursday 19th July – England 80-0 Ireland, Wales 16-23 Scotland
Sunday 22nd July – Scotland 44-12 Ireland, Wales 8-36 England

2016 – Hosts: Scotland – Winners: England
Sunday 13th June – Scotland 12-56 Wales, England 52-4 Ireland
Tuesday 15th June – Wales 20-42 Ireland, Scotland 10-40 England
Friday 18th June – England 34-14 Wales, Scotland 52-26 Ireland

2015 – Hosts: Ireland – Winners: England
Sunday 14th June – England 56-6 Scotland, Ireland 12-20 Wales
Tuesday 16th June – Wales 34-7 Scotland, Ireland 24-44 England
Friday 19th June – England 42-26 Wales, Ireland 20-8 Scotland

2014 – Hosts: England – Winners: England
Sunday 13th April – England 62-6 Scotland, Wales 72-0 Ireland
Tuesday 15th April – Wales 72-6 Scotland, England 52-10 Ireland
Friday 18th April – Scotland 20-24 Ireland, Wales 20-32 England

2012 – Hosts: Wales – Winners: Wales
Monday 11th June – Ireland 12-58 England, Wales 74-4 Scotland
Wednesday 13th June – England 50-10 Scotland, Wales 64-4 Ireland
Friday 15th June – Scotland 36-24 Ireland, Wales 20-18 England

2011 – Hosts: Scotland – Winners: England
Monday 18th April – Wales 12-32 England, Scotland 40-28 Ireland
Wednesday 20th April – Scotland 18-40 Wales, England 52-6 Ireland
Friday 22nd April – Ireland 6-40 Wales, Scotland 10-52 England

2010 – Hosts: Ireland – Winners: England
Monday 19th July – Wales 18-34 England, Ireland 8-34 Scotland
Wednesday 21st July – Ireland 0-42 Wales, England 54-8 Scotland
Friday 23rd July – Scotland 8-50 Wales, Ireland 8-80 England

2009 – Hosts: England – Winners: Wales
Saturday 4 April – Ireland 21-16 England, Wales 26-22 Scotland
Tuesday 7 April – Scotland 14-50 England, Ireland 16-36 Wales
Friday 10 April – Scotland 8-24 Ireland, England 16-31 Wales

2006 – Hosts: Ireland – Winners: England
Friday 10 April – England 30-10 Scotland, Wales 37-28 Ireland
Monday 13 April – Scotland 18-18 Wales, England 28-0 Ireland
Thursday 16 April – Scotland 18-10 Ireland, England 44-18 Wales

2004 – Hosts: Wales – Winners: Wales
Friday 5th April – Wales 30-18 Scotland, England 16-6 Ireland
Sunday 11th April – Wales 22-10 Ireland, England 54-10 Scotland
Tuesday 13th April – Wales 38-4 England, Scotland 26-3 Ireland

2003 – Hosts: Scotland – Winners: England
Monday 12th April – England 18-17 Wales, Scotland 29-10 Ireland
Friday 16th April – Scotland 32-14 Wales, Ireland 12-46 England
Monday 19th April – Ireland 16-30 Wales, England 22-16 Scotland

2000 – Hosts: England – Winners: England
Sunday 25th June – Wales 28-12 Ireland, England 28-8 Scotland
Tuesday 27th June – Scotland 32-22 Wales, England 33-12 Ireland
Friday 30th June – Ireland 32-22 Scotland, England 16-22 Wales

1998 – Hosts: Scotland – Winners: England
Monday 29th June – England 19-8 Wales, Scotland 5-22 Ireland
Wednesday 1st July – England 21-11 Ireland, Wales 60-10 Scotland
Saturday 4th July – Wales 22-12 Ireland, Scotland 12-26 England

1995 – Hosts: England – Winners: England
Sunday 4th April – Wales 36-4 Ireland, England 24-20 Scotland
Wednesday 7th April – Wales 20-18 Scotland, England 26-14 Ireland
Sunday 11th April – Ireland 32-24 Scotland, England 49-12 Wales

1994 – Hosts: Wales – Winners: England
Sunday 10th April – England 74-12 Ireland, Wales 42-15 Scotland
Wednesday 13th April – England 32-15 Scotland, Wales 60-8 Ireland
Sunday 17th April – Scotland 52-10 Ireland, Wales 12-36 England

Notes:

World Cup years were 1996, 1999, 2002, 2005 (aimed to be in France but was cancelled), 2008, 2013 and 2017

European Cup years were 2001 and 2007

Country                 Titles

England                 13

Wales                    3

Scotland               0

Ireland                  0