6N Women: And a huge record

Mon, 13 Mar 2017 15:34
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In the Women's Six Nations match at the Stoop, England's left wing scored no fewer than seven tries. Seven! It was a Six Nations record.

This is a wonderful rugby year for all three of England's Six Nations teams.

The seniors and the Under-20s are sure of winning their championship and both need to beat Ireland for the Grand Slam.

In the women's Six Nations England are currently on top of the log but they will need to beat or draw with Ireland to take the championship. A win could complete the England triple of Grand Slams.

On Saturday, England's seniors set up a record in the Calcutta Cup when they won 61-21. The Under-20s won 33-5 and the women set a record with their 64-0 win

It took a great effort by Ireland at Cardiff Arms Park to get their narrow win over Wales, but it was enough to keep England well within their sights.


Round 1
England vs France, 26-13
Ireland vs Scotland, 22-15
Wales vs Italy 20-8

Round 2
England vs Wales, 63-0
France vs Scotland, 55-0
Ireland vs Italy, 27-3

Round 3
Scotland vs Wales, 15-14
England vs Italy, 29-15
Ireland vs France, 13-10

Round 4
England vs Scotland, 64-0
Ireland vs Wales, 12-7
France vs Italy, 28-5

Log after Four Rounds

1. England - 19 pts
2. Ireland - 18 pts
3. France - 11 pts
4. Wales - 6 pts
5. Scotland - 5 pts
6. Italy - 0 pts

Wales vs Ireland

After an hour's play, the teams were level but then Ireland got the winning try through right wing Hannah Tyrrell


For Ireland:
Tries: Lindsay Peat, Hannah Tyrrell
Con: Nora Stapleton

For Wales:
Try: Shona Powell-Hughes
Con: Robyn Wilkins


Wales: 15 Dyddgu Hywel, 14 Elen Evans, 13 Kerin Lake, 12 Rebecca de Filippo, 11 Adi Taviner, 10 Robyn Wilkins, 9 Keira Bevan, 8 Shona Powell-Hughes 7 Rachel Taylor, 6 Sioned Harries, 5 Mel Clay, 4 Rebecca Rowe, 3 Amy Evans, 2 Carys Phillips (captain), 1 Cerys Hale
Replacements: 16 Lowri Harries, 17 Cerys Hale, 18 Gwenllian Pyrs, 19 Siwan Lillicrap, 20 Alisha Butchers, 21 Rhiannon Parker, 22 Elinor Snowsill, 23 Gemma Rowland

Ireland: 15 Kim Flood, 14 Hannah Tyrrell, 13 Jenny Murphy, 12 Sene Naoupu, 11 Alison Miller, 10 Nora Stapleton, 9 Mary Healy, 8 Paula Fitzpatrick (captain), 7 Claire Molloy, 6 Ciara Griffin, 5 Marie Louise Reilly, 4 Sophie Spence, 3 Ailis Egan, 2 Leah Lyons, 1 Lindsay Peat
Replacements: 16 Ciara O'Connor, 17 Ilse van Staden, 18 Ruth O'Reilly, 19 Ciara Cooney, 20 Nichola Fryday, 21 Larissa Muldoon, 22 Nikki Caughey, 23 Mairead Coyne

Referee: Claire Hodnett (England)
Assistant referees: Joy Neville (Ireland), Simon Rees (Wales)
Television match official: Eric Gauzins (France)

England vs Scotland

Seven tries. In any rugby match anywhere it is a feet, but in a Six Nations match on Calcutta Cup day, just after Scotland had beaten Wales, it was beyond anybody's dreams. Kay Wilson got four in the first half and another three in the second.

At half-time England led 40-0


For England: Kay Wilson 7, Amy Cokayne 3, Danielle Waterman, Emily Scarratt
Cons: Emily Scarratt 2


England:  15 Danielle Waterman, 14 Lydia Thompson, 13 Emily Scarratt, 12 Amber Reed, 11 Kay Wilson, 10 Emily Scott, 9 La Toya Mason, 8 Sarah Hunter, (captain) 7 Marlie Packer, 6 Alex Matthews, 5 Harriet Millar-Mills, 4 Tamara Taylor, 3 Justine Lucas, 2 Amy Cokayne, 1 Rochelle Clark   
Replacements: 16 Vicky Fleetwood, 17 Vickii Cornborough, 18 Sarah Bern, 19 Poppy Cleall, 20 Izzy Noel-Smith, 21 Bianca Blackburn, 22 Rachael Burford, 23 Sarah McKenna.

Scotland: 15 Chloe Rollie, 14 Megan Gaffney, 13 Lisa Thomson, 12 Lisa Martin (captain), 11 Rhona Lloyd, 10 Helen Nelson, 9 Sarah Law, 8 Jemma Forsyth, 7 Louise McMillan, 6 Sarah Bonar, 5 Deborah McCormack, 4 Emma Wassell, 3 Lindsey Smith, 2 Lana Skeldon, 1 Tracy Balmer
Replacements: 16 Lucy Park, 17 Heather Lockhart, 18 Katie Dougan, 19 Rachael Cook, 20 Lyndsay O'Donnell, 21 Jenny Maxwell, 22 Eilidh Sinclair, 23 Abi Evans

Referee: Sean Gallagher (Ireland)
Assistant referees: Sara Cox (England), Nikki O'Donnell (England)
Television match official: Stefano Pennè (Italy)
Timekeeper: John Burtenshaw (England)

France vs Italy

In Parma, France led 25-0 at half time and Italy won the second half 5-3, which still meant a large French victory..


For France:
Tries: Caroline Ladagnous 2, Romane Ménager, Elodie Poublan
Cons: Audrey Abadie
Pen: Audrey Abadie 2

For Italy:
Try: Michela Este


Italy: 15 Manuela Furlan, 14 Michela Sillari, 13 Maria Grazia Cioffi, 12 Sofia Stefan, 11 Maria Magatti, 10 Beatrice Rigoni, 9 Sara Barattin (captain), 8 Elisa Giordano, 7 Isabellla Locatelli, 6 Lucia Cammarano, 5 Alice Trevisan, 4 Elisa Pillotti, 3 Marta Ferrari, 2 Melissa Bettoni, 1 Elisa Cucchiella
Replacements: 16 Lucia Gai, 17 Gaia Giacomoli, 18 Michela Este, 19 Ilaria Arrighetti, 20 Valeria Fedrighi, 21 Veronica Madia, 22 Elisa Bonaldo, 23 Paola Zangirolami

France: 15 Shannon Izar, 14 Camille Grassineau, 13 Caroline Ladagnous, 12 Elodie Poublan, 11 Caroline Boujard, 10 Audrey Abadie, 9 Yanna Rivoalen, 8 Safi N’Diaye, 7 Marjorie Mayans, 6 Romane Ménager, 5 Audrey Forlani, 4 Céline Ferer, 3 Julie Duval (Caen), 2 Gaëlle Mignot (captain), 1 Lise Arricastre
Replacements: 16 Caroline Thomas, 17 Rkia Aït Labib, 18 Lénaïg Corson, 19 Gaëlle Hermet, 20 Jade Le Pesq, 21 Caroline Drouin, 22 Jessy Trémoulière, 23 Patricia Carricaburu

 Referee: Sara Cox (England)
Assistant referees: Beatrice Benvenuti (Italy), Local
Television match official: Simon McDowell (Ireland)
Assessor: David McHugh (Ireland)

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Team P W D L Pts
Ireland 2 2 0 0 9
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Italy 2 0 0 2 0