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Who won the Womens Six Nations 2021?

Who won the Womens Six Nations 2021?

England win
England extended their winning run against France to eight matches to lift the 2021 Women’s Six Nations trophy. It was not exactly a convincing performance, particularly in attack, but a 10-6 victory made it three back-to-back championships for the Red Roses.

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Who won the womens rugby?


Year Host Winner
2010 England New Zealand
2014 France England
2017 Ireland New Zealand
2021 New Zealand

Who are the current Women’s 6 Nations champions?


2021 Women’s Six Nations Championship
Date 3–24 April 2021
Countries England France Ireland Italy Scotland Wales
Tournament statistics
Champions England (17th title)


Where can I watch Womens Six Nations games?

The BBC will have extensive coverage from the remainder of the Women’s Six Nations. Four of the remaining five games will be available to watch on the BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website and app, with today’s match also available on BBC Red Button. All of the games will also be available to catch-up for 30 days after the event here.

Who is playing Scotland in Womens Six Nations?

England win the 2020 Women’s Six Nations with one game to play after France fail to beat Scotland. Rachel Shankland will make her Scotland debut in Sunday’s Six Nations contest against France at Scotstoun. She starts in the back three, while Rachel Law could also make her first appearance having been named on bench.

Where does Ireland stand in the Six Nations?

Ireland moved up to second in the Women’s Six Nations table with a 21-7 win over Italy in Dublin. Melissa Bettoni opened the scoring when Italy breached the Ireland defence after extensive pressure. However, Ireland led at the break thanks to scores from Lindsay Peat and the returning Claire Molloy.

Who are the leaders in the women’s Six Nations?

England lead the way in the women’s Six Nations with four wins from four – they are eight points ahead of France, who have a game in hand, but Simon Middleton’s team can clinch back-to-back Grand Slams if they beat Italy away on 1 November. Scotland lost their last match before the pandemic halted the tournament, losing 53-0 against England.