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Sunday, February 06, 2011

6 Nations: Round 1 (Italy v Ireland, Wales v England)

Ireland and Italy should have kicked off in Rovigo now - news on here as I find it.

England kick off in just under 45 minutes (Maggie and Catherine Spencer snapped getting off the team bus earlier, right). Reports from the ground suggest its wet and windy, not ideal for running rugby, which may help the home team a little. And they are going to need it...

(3.00) Looks like Ireland went into the break 11-5 ahead of Italy. No news from Cross Keys yet.

(3.20) England Women lead Wales 12-0 at half time. Tries from Fran Matthews and a Katy McLean penalty try give England the lead. So not quite the slaughter - yet - presumably because of the conditions?

(3.25) Ireland appear to have beaten Italy 26-5.

(3.30) England about to kick-off in the second half. Conditions are poor. Very wet and windy. England now playing with the wind behind them.

(3.40) Irish result now confirmed.

(4.30) Wales 0, England 19. Tries for Matthews, McLean and Waterman. A windy, wet, mud splattered battle (see victory huddle, right).

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