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Cardiff (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Women’s XV of France, easy winners of Wales (33-5) in Cardiff on Friday on the fourth day of the Six Nations tournament, have made an appointment with England, who will undoubtedly play the Grand Slam next weekend.
did a good job. After Italy (39-6), Ireland (40-5) and Scotland (28-8), the Blues secured a better fourth win against the English to afford the long-awaited “final”.
The latter still have to play against Ireland on Sunday, but they have dominated their subject so much since the start of the tournament that it is difficult to see what the “crunch” is from next Saturday’s decider for the Grand Slam in Bayonne. What can stop
Programming Privilege, France, the world’s third country, will have two additional days to recover after sending a mixed message to the “Red Roses”, the defending champions, on Friday evening.
After a major review of the workforce, after their rugby stutter during the first three meetings, the French women gave the Welsh a new unfinished copy on the synthetic lawn of Arms Park.
With their elite team at the moment, they largely dominated the victory, defending with application in their weak times and offering some good offensive shots, which were rewarded with five attempts.
The bonus at half-time (26–0) had already been achieved, especially thanks to a third double in three matches from scrum-half lor censuses, the competition’s top scorer, who was voted Woman of the Match.
Winger Caroline Bouzard, receiving a kick, signed off on her return from injury with a try, before young rear Chlo Jacquet gave her a speed speak.
Compared to Scotland, the Blues were less visible after the break. He only added one effort, through Jesse Tremoulier, standing at the opening in place of Caroline Drouin, hitting a knee.
Too many handling errors will leave them with a hint of despair, such as a last minute attempt by a Welsh. At the top of the world rankings, Dros will not be repeated next weekend in Jean-Dougar against the English.
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