Monday, January 11, 2010

O'Driscoll named player of the decade ahead of Six Nations

With the Six Nations is due to kick off in one month, Ireland are already off to go a good start as their captain Brian O'Driscoll is named player of the decade by Rugby World Magazine.

The 30-year-old, who has been playing rugby since the tender age of 11, is now a three-time nominee for the International Rugby Board's sought after title of world player of the year.

After being appointed as team captain last year he went on to lead Ireland to the Six Nations Championship 2009 and their first Grand Slam in 61 years.

The Six Nations Championship 2010 will start on Saturday February 6th when Ireland take on Italy at Croke Park, in Dublin, the stadium where O'Driscoll led his side to a 20-20 draw against Australia in November 2009.

This year will mark the 11th instalment of the annual competition, England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales will be battling it out for rugby glory.

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