France’s women’s XV added a sixth bronze medal to their World Cup record in Auckland on Saturday.
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They managed to come back. how After narrowly beating New Zealand in the semi-finals (25-24), the Habs crushed the Canadians (36-0) in the third-place match at the Women’s Rugby World Cup on Saturday, November 12 at Auckland’s Eden Park. ).
At the final whistle, Les Bleus all hugged each other tightly to celebrate this big and clear victory, thanks to five tries, including a brace from winger Marine Menager, that allowed them to win their sixth bronze medal in nine editions.
It is the nation that has finished third in the tournament the most times: 1994 (against Wales), 2002 (against Canada, already), 2006 ( idem ), 2014 (against Ireland) and 2017 (against). United States). [La France avait également terminé 3e en 1991, mais ce résultat n’était pas au programme du tournoi et n’est enregistré sur aucun document officiel].
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