At the end of the Six Nations Tournament, Bouzard and Soch were back

At the end of the Six Nations Tournament, Bouzard and Soch were back

Hooker Agate Sochat and winger Caroline Bozard, who were not in Scotland on Wednesday, were called up to a group of 33 players called up by XV’s staff in France to prepare for the final two matches of the Women’s Six Nations tournament.

On the first day after the match against Italy, Agathe Sochat (Stade Bordelise, 27 Caps) left his teammates to be with his newborn wife. Before the start of the 2022 tournament, Carolyn Bouzard (Chilli Masarin, 9 caps) was injured, where the Blues are second, behind England, in the double title holder.

The players summoned to CNR de Marcoussis from Saturday include regular executives Sacrum Half Lours Sanchez, opening half Caroline Droin, third-row and captain Gael Hermet, back Jesse Tremolier, and twin Romans and Marine Maine on the second. Madosou Fall … On the other hand, other players like Marjorie Maynes (Blognock), Cumba Diallo (Stade Franകois) or winger Leah Moore (Toulouse) in the third row were rejected.

After a good start to the tournament from an accounting standpoint, for the betterment of the entire France group, we reduced our group to 33 players. We are fully focused on this end of the tournament“, Blue Amnick Hyrud Manager explained.

After the win, an offensive bonus, in the first three matches of the tournament, against Italy (1-5), against Ireland (1-5) and finally in Scotland (2-5), the French women, looking for a first trophy from 2018, a few days left Done in the title. Their next match is a 4-day countdown against Wales on Friday, April 22 in Cardiff.

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On the final day, next week, in Bayonne, the Les Blues will face their main rivals, the English, and the leaders of the classification with three wins but three games improved but the best point difference.

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