Women’s Six Nations Tournament: Les Blues put on a show against Welsh

Women's Six Nations Tournament: Les Blues put on a show against Welsh

A fresh breeze blew over Vance. On a blue night, the tide suddenly rose, striking, stretched and entangled in successive waves, the red tunics of the Welsh. Tricolores strolls out with a full sail close to the port of the city of Breton (53–0). For players entering this six-nation tournament due to the Kovid-19 pandemic, players from Anik Heard have made it big. They did not have much to fear, it is true, from opponents that they had swept to their ground in the previous edition (50–0). Despite the messed up schedule it was necessary to be assured. They did better than this. They lit the television screen with a bright and shining light, failing to excite the crowd as the camera is still in order.

Fifteen-minute game, 21–0. Three tries from the same player, Montpellier winger Caroline Bouzard (3rd, 6th, 15th). It gives a very good idea of ​​Les Blues’ performance, of their singing. A pleasure. Fast runs, passes, knockdowns, some good loads also go down … This partially renewed team masters its ambitious game well. For example, Jesse Tramoulière, selected by the International World Rugby Federation as the best player of the 2020s, was, for example, a worthy successor to the young back of Chile-Mazarin (Essenay) Emily Bouillard, who made an effort for his first selection did.

A shock expected in Dublin on 17 April

After the onset of these rumble, it necessarily took a little breather. It took place in the second half, then rapidly filling the meeting with short blunders and estimates. Just to avoid too much humiliation for the Welsh. The next meeting against the Irish in Dublin on 17 April, promises to be a bit more complicated, even though these Blue are armed against unpleasant surprises.

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After that there will be a classification match on 24 April, in which a team of the second group will compete with the defending champions England, Italy and Scotland. This new condensed formula was implemented after the Six Nations women’s tournament was postponed in January. A change of schedule did not distract the Blues.

Dots. France’s XV: 8 tries from Bozard (3G, 6th, 15th), Sokhat (35th), Gros (53rd, 62nd), Bouillard (78th), Toye (80th + 4); 5 conversions (3rd, 6th, 15th, 35th, 62nd) and 1 penalty (31st) from Bourdon.

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