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Friday, February 09, 2007

Women's Six Nations: how to keep in touch

Those of you who were at OAs on Saturday saw England made a great start to this season's Six Nations with a 60-0 romp over Scotland - who, it is worth remembering, are "officially" the sixth best side in the world (Wales would probably argue with that, but they were not at the World Cup).

However, finding any news in the press about the women's six nations is about as easy as stopping Sasha from scoring from 5m out - even if the results are published they are often buried away in such small print that an electronic microscope if required! So the following web-based resources are particilarly useful.

  • Biogs etc. about the England squad appear on the RFUW website
  • Scores and results appear on the "Official RBS Nations Website". This also includes the previous three campaigns, and the main thing to note is that Italy did much better against France than I think anyone would have predicted.
  • England's matches can be watched - live - online at, except for this Saturday's game against Italy which will be on BBC Interactive.

England's final home game is on Sunday 11th March against France at OAs and its likely that we'll be arranging some sort of "team day out" to this instead of training (its a regional day for both juniors and seniors anyway so Mike, and possibly Joe, will be "Otherwise Engaged". And it should be a good game - probably the championship decider!)

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