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Women’s Six Nations Table 2022
On ‘Super Saturday’, they beat France 24-12 in Bayonne to lift a fourth successive title.
This is how the 2022 Women’s Six Nations table looks after the end of the championship…
France took an early lead in that Grand Slam decider against England but the Red Roses hit back with three rolling maul tries to lead 21-7 at the break and they held off plenty of French pressure in the second half to close out the win.
You can watch highlights from that match here…
Elsewhere, Wales ended their campaign with a disappointing 10-8 defeat by Italy. Two first-half yellow cards proved costly as Sara Barattin scored a try, but Wales took the lead going into the final five minutes when Keira Bevan crossed.
However, they then conceded a penalty in the last minute and Michela Sillari slotted it through the posts.
Still, Wales’ opening two wins, plus the losing bonus point against the Azzurre, meant they finished in third place in the table – a big improvement on recent bottom spots.
There was plenty of drama in Super Saturday’s final match too – Ireland v Scotland in Belfast.
Scotland looked in line for their first win of the championship as they led 14-8 with the clock heading into the red, but Enya Breen scored a try in the 84th minute and converted it to give the Irish a 15-14 victory.
That result meant Ireland finished fourth in the table, a point above Italy, while the Scots were left with the wooden spoon.
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