England became the three-time Six Nations champion after defeating France 10-6 at home. On the other hand, Ireland took third place with a 25-5 victory over Italy. Finally, Scotland showed a good level of play and took fifth place by defeating Wales 24-13.
ENGLAND 10-6 FRANCE (Saturday)
The Red Roses showed one more year who the best in the contest are. The only author of the try of the match was Poppy Cleall at the end of the first half. In the complementary stage, Caroline Drouin hit two of the four penalties that could have given Les Bleues the trophy. However, Zoe Harrison sentenced the championship with a penalty in the 80th minute.
IRELAND 25-5 ITALY (Saturday)
Dorothy Wall was the person in charge who placed the Irish in less than ten minutes with the only conquest in favor during the first half. In the final stage, Amee-Leigh Murphy Crowe billed a double conquest and Cliodhna Moloney converted one more to take third place in the Women’s Six Nations. While Melissa Bettoni discounted the five points for the Italians.
SCOTLAND 24-13 WALES (Saturday)
Scotland was able to dominate much of the first half although they had many irregularities with penalties. Megan Gaffney didn’t breathe and supported the first conquest. For its part, Robin Wilkins took advantage of two of his three shots at the sticks in the first half. It wasn’t enough after the two tries by Megan Kennedy and Christine Belisle. In the second half, Lisa Neumann lifted the Welsh team reaching the Scottish Ingoal at 120 seconds. However, Evie Galagher further alienated the home team. To conclude with fifth place, Helen Nelson hit the sticks with ten minutes remaining and Caitlin Lewis subtracted one more try for Wales.