England Women end their 2018 Six Nations campaign with a bonus-point 33-11 win over Ireland at Ricoh Arena, Coventry to finish second in the competition. Despite dominating the early possession, it took until the 11th minute for England to take the lead as Waterman secured her place as outright leading try scorer on 47, overtaking
Caryl Thomas will win her 50th Wales cap in this Friday’s Women’s Six Nations match against table-toppers France in Colwyn Bay (18:00). The loosehead from Carmarthenshire made her international debut against Ireland in 2006, and is part of an unchanged front row to face the Grand Slam-chasing French at Stadiwm ZipWorld. Wales’ starting XV is
England Women head coach Simon Middleton has named his starting 15 ahead of the Red Roses’ final Six Nations Test against Ireland on Friday 16th March at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry (K.O. 17:30 GMT, live Sky Sports Action and Sky Sports Mix). Middleton makes six changes, two positional, to the starting 15 side that were
England Women suffered a late defeat against France in the Six Nations as the Red Roses went down 17-18 in Grenoble. Both teams came into the game off the back of perfect records having won three out of three with try bonus-points to sit on 15 points coming into the fixture. England spent the opening
Italy make three changes to their starting line-up to face Wales at Principality Stadium on Sunday afternoon in Round Four of the Women’s Six Nations. All of them come in the pack where Lucia Gai comes in for Michela Merlo who is among the replacements and Valentina Ruzza replaces Elisa Pillotti in the second row.
Wales Women welcome back some familiar faces for this Sunday’s double-header against Italy at Principality Stadium (11:45). Scrum-half Keira Bevan and wing Jaz Joyce are involved for the first time this year. Bevan returns from an ankle injury suffered on international duty during the autumn, whilst Joyce has been involved in sevens preparations for next
England Women head coach Simon Middleton has named his starting 15 ahead of the Red Roses’ Six Nations Test against France on Saturday 10th March (K.O. 20:00 GMT, live Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Mix). Middleton makes seven changes, two positional, to the side that defeated Scotland 43-8 at the Scotstoun in Glasgow.
The Ireland Women’s team to face Scotland in their final home game of the Womens Six Nations has been announced by Head Coach, Adam Griggs. Griggs has made two changes to the starting side that overcame Wales a fortnight ago in their last outing in the tournament. Hannah Tyrrell is promoted from the bench to
England Women head coach Simon Middleton has named a 28 player squad to begin preparations for England’s next Six Nations match against France in Grenoble (Saturday 10 March 20:00 GMT KO). Backs Abigal Dow (Wasps FC Ladies) Amber Reed (Bristol Ladies) Caity Mattinson (Bristol Ladies) Charlotte Pearce (Loughborough Lightning) Danielle Waterman (Wasps FC Ladies) Ellie
Head Coach Adam Griggs has named the Ireland Women’s team, sponsored by Aon, to take on Wales in the third round of the Women’s Six Nations in Donnybrook Stadium this Sunday, 25th February. Griggs has made four changes to the side that overcame Italy, 21 – 8, in their last match a fortnight ago. Ciara