Join our 2018 Six Nations ESPN Fantasy League for the chance to win a £100 gift voucher

The end of January means one thing - the 2018 NatWest Six Nations is nearly here!

2017 saw England win their 28th tournament title and the Calcutta Cup, and Eddie Jones' side are naturally one of the favourites again. But 2018 sees a Scotland side high on confidence coming into the tournament, while Ireland have an impressive looking squad and some in-form players.

Wales and France both had relatively disappointing ends to 2017, and Italy will do well to avoid the dreaded wooden spoon this season.  

As always, ESPN have put together a Fantasy Rugby competition, and as we do every year, we want you to join in, for the chance to win a £100 gift voucher! 

To join our ESPN Six Nations 2018 fantasy league, follow this link and select the 15 players that you think will help you top our table.

From the top bar, select Leagues then the Join League option. The pin you'll need to enter is 1360349-53871.

The winner of the First XV league will win a £100 gift voucher, which can be spent either online or in our Edinburgh store

You'll also need to come up with a name for your fantasy team - the wittier the better. We've got another blog with our favourite names, if you need some inspiration. 

There are also prizes up for grabs in the overall leagues from ESPN, with 5 weekly prizes of a Series 3 Apple Watch, and the overall winner will receive a MacBook Pro!  

You can make as many changes as you like before the first game kick off, but once the tournament begins, you will have three free transfers to use between each round of fixtures. All transfers and changes of kicker must be submitted before the first game of each round in order to be active for that day's matches.

ESPN's full rules and deadlines are available here.
And it's never too late to get the shirt you need to follow your country through the Six Nations. Whether you're off to see a game live, watching at the pub with mates or just chilling in front of the TV at home, First XV has got you covered will rugby shirts and official merchandise from the respective nations
The First XV staff are extremely competitive when it comes to this sort of thing, with many hours of spare time put into picking the best side, so you'll need to be on your toes to stand a chance of winning. Bring it on!

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