The mission was completed, but without conviction. Winning this Sunday (8-28) at the unsuspecting Scottstown Stadium in Glasgow, the XV girls in France can always be expected to imitate the boys and win a Grand Slam. After Italy (39-6) and Ireland (40-5), they discussed their first trip to Scotland in the 2020 tournament in a draw (13-13).
Within the first half hour the Highland players held the shock, and in vain monopolized the ball, they exploded within twelve minutes. Opener Jesse Tremolier took advantage of Pak’s (28th) performance, and Scoom took advantage of a Scottish clearance (36th) blocked by Half Lour Sanchez – against Ireland – after his personal best (9th). . Gayle Hermet, third-row captain, is responsible for ensuring an attacking bonus before the break (40th).
5-0 for Scotland in the second half
However, in the second half, Anne Hayroad’s players, who changed 9 holders compared to Ireland, did not score a single point without showing anything. Their occupation failed, and they logically made an attempt from Chloe Rowley (69th).
“You have to put your head back in the right place, Gail Hermet fell on the last whistle in France 2. We are very undisciplined. “” We had to win all three games, and that’s over, Toulouse added. We need to ask ourselves what we want to do in the last two games. ⁇
After eliminating the three weakest teams in the Six Nations tournament with bonuses, but without further ado, the Blues will benefit from a gap of about two weeks before they leave for Wales on April 22nd. If there is a new victory, they will play in the “final” for the Grand Slam against the English on April 30 in Bayonne.
Nine consecutive defeats to the French against the English
The Rose girls, currently the best team in the world, went on to win nine games against the French and thrashed Welsh on Saturday (51-5) after winning their first two games. Gayle Hermet’s teammates need to be revived to expect the favorites to fall.
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