By Alex Moss
23 JUNE 2017 • 8:46AM

Follow the latest tournament results and schedule for the 2017 Red Dragon Six Nations Cup with our Netzone.

The 16th staging of the annual team tournament kicks off at the Penydarren Social Club, in Merthyr Tydfil, today with four sessions of play across three days seeing six nations battling for glory.

Men’s Draw
Group One
Wales
Northern Ireland
England

Group Two
Scotland
Netherlands
Republic of Ireland

Women’s Draw
Group One
Wales
Republic of Ireland
England

Group Two
Northern Ireland
Scotland
Netherlands

Schedule of Play
Friday, June 23 Session One (10am)
Men’s and Women’s Singles (played down to the finals)

Session Two (4pm)
Opening Ceremony
Northern Ireland v Scotland (Women’s Group Two)
Wales v Republic of Ireland (Women’s Group One)
Scotland v Netherlands (Women’s Group Two)
Republic of Ireland v England (Women’s Group One)
Netherlands v Northern Ireland (Women’s Group Two)
Wales v Northern Ireland (Men’s Group One)

Saturday, June 24 (10am)
Scotland v Netherlands (Men’s Group Two)
England v Wales (Women’s Group One)
Netherlands v Republic of Ireland (Men’s Group Two)
Northern Ireland v England (Men’s Group One)
Republic of Ireland v Scotland (Men’s Group Two)
England v Wales (Men’s Group One)

Sunday, June 25 (10am)
Women’s 5th/6th place match
Men’s 5th/6th place match
Women’s Semi-Finals (Group One winners v Group Two runners-up, Group Two winners v Group One runners-up)
Men’s Semi-Finals (Group One winners v Group Two runners-up, Group Two winners v Group One runners-up)
Women’s Singles Final
Men’s Singles Final
Women’s Team Final
Men’s Team Final

Competing Nations
England: (Men) Martin Adams, Jamie Hughes, James Hurrell, Mark McGeeney and Scott Mitchell (Women) Deta Hedman, Fallon Sherrock and Lorraine Winstanley
Netherlands: (Men) Toon Greebe, Wesley Harms, Martijn Kleermaker, Chris Landman and Richard Veenstra (Women) Aileen de Graaf, Sharon Prins and Anca Zijlstra
Northern Ireland: (Men) Neil Duff, Christopher Gilliland, Colin McGarry, Kyle McKinstry and Peter Shaw (Women) Margaret Coulter, Grace Cane and Kayleigh O’Neill
Republic of Ireland: (Men) Keith Geraghty, Martin Heneghan, Kieran Kehoe, Sean McGowan, Michael Meaney and John O’Shea (Women) Caroline Breen, Robyn Byrne, Teresa Maher and Marrion Werder
Scotland: (Men) Euan Callander, Cameron Menzies, Ross Montgomery, Craig Quinn and Alan Soutar (Women) Lorraine Hyde, Susanna McGimpsey and Kate Smith
Wales: (Men) Nick Kenny, Mark Layton, Martin Phillips, Dafydd Williams and Jim Williams (Women) Katie Bellerby, Rhian Edwards and Rhian Griffiths

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