The French women’s rugby team will face England at Twickenham on Saturday. For this final of the Six Nations tournament, Neela can count on three Bretons: Carolyn Drawin, Jade Ultual Holders, Lenag Corson, back from injury, and on the bench.
The girls on the French rugby team will face England at Twickenham on April 4 against Wales in Wales (53/0) and on April 17 in Dublin against Ireland (56/15).
Final of the Six Nations Tournament “Facing the best in the world”, Anik underscores the manager of the France Feminine team, Ayrolt. XV de la Rose continues to win two titles in a row.
For this decisive match, Neela could count on three Bretons, Caroline Drew Win, Jade Ultule and Lenag Corson.
– French rugby (ran French rugby) April 22, 2021
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Carolyn Drawin from Stade Renez Rugby, who has already expired in the opening match against Ireland on April 17, will once again be at the heart of the game against the English.
Morbihannis, who was selected as the best player of the French Championship 2017/2018, regrets not being able to play the first match of the tournament in Venice.
They had to trade the match against Wales for a trip to Dubai with the French Rugby 7 team, which included her.
The Blues’ victory in the final of the tournament (17/12) against Canada allowed him a trip to add a line to his record.
Similar path for Jade Ulutul. Winner on United Arab Emirates France 7, a member of Caroline Drew’s Stade Renaissance rugby team, discovered France’s XV against Ireland on April 17. There he again spent time at the center against England.
Jade gives us their impression ahead of Saturday’s 6 Nations final against England!
“We remember the last-minute defeat last November. We have great revenge. As always, we expect a great fight!” pic.twitter.com/qdW4S36xSw
– Stade Renaissance Rugby (@SRRugbyFeminin) April 23, 2021
Lenag Corson: “I had physical problems, but I never gave up.”
Lenag Corson will be the replacement. But that’s already a lot.
Costa Rica, who were scheduled to play in the first match of the tournament against the Welsh team, had to be ruled out due to injury.
Today, the calf’s tears are nothing but a bad memory, she says before flying to London:
“A meeting like that is a joy. Having the best moments is the dream of every athlete.”
“There, I’m going to give up disappointments and physical galleys. My last match with XV was in the fall. I was already injured. I never gave up arms because I worked. I want to win. A tournament final is extraordinary.”
The match will air on Saturday, France 2, at 3 p.m.