This weekend, the second round of the Women’s Six Nations saw England beat Italy 3-67 and Ireland beat Wales 0-45, as visitors.
ITALY 3-67 ENGLAND (Saturday)
Italy had a very regular first half, taking possession of the oval and with a fine margin of error. However, the two failures they had in the initial 40 minutes cost him two conquests by: Emily Scarratt and Vicky Fleetwood. In the final stage, the strength of the Italians was broken and the Roses shot like bulldozers at the rival Ingoal. Abigail Dow scored two tries while Harriet Millar-Mills, Helena Rowland, Bryony Cleall, Claudia Macdonald and Lark Davies the remaining ones converted. The rival center made a total of 25 units against Italy in the triumph by 3-67.
WALES 0-45 IRELAND (Saturday)
Ireland beat Wales in every way. The local team tried to arrive, but in the face of pressure and the great attack from Trebol’s side, there was no way to contain the momentum. Eimear Considine and Beibhinn Parsons supported in duplicate, while Sene Naoupu converted the fifth try of the match, all in the initial stage. In the second half, the team led by Adams Griggs struggled to finish the plays for the tries, but the Welsh survived with a solid defense although in the final minute Hannah Tyrell ruled Ireland’s 45-0 away win.