After a 56-15 victory over Ireland, the French team can dream of a title and face England in the final.
After the Italians’ 41-20 victory over Scotland, the Irish will go to Italy for third place with a hat-trick from Manuela Farlan.
The Italian captain is one of four nominees for the Best Player award. Don’t forget to vote, if you need a reminder why four players are running, read on …
Beatrice Rigoni (Italy)
The Italian center was everywhere against Scotland, with two attempts in Scotland.
It took just six minutes to open his counter, registering the first Italian attempt after a great move that combined strength and speed.
She could have made a second attempt before the break, but she lost control of the ball when it was flat time.
But it was only a procrastination, and after a good run from Elisa Giordano, Regoni signed his double, and the match ended in a 13-minute draw.
In a full game, in addition to 12 tackles, they finished the game with a 111-meter handball.
Emily Bollard (France)
Les Blues made eight changes to the starting XV for the trip to Dublin, but the back did not change, showing why Emily Bollard retains her position.
As Bollard speeds up and reads the game from the first few minutes at Energy Park, a sharp run gives Caroline Bouzard the perfect pass to give the first try.
She was most responsive to the ball that Serial Bonnet found. Laura ran to the Sanchez and bollard everyone fast before the leg stretched and flattened in the goal.
From there, the Blues curl up, a new performance that will only be crucial for Ballard’s second choice.
Manuela Farlan (Italy)
Manuela Farlan started a great afternoon with a crucial intervention to create Beatrice Rigoni’s first attempt.
Three minutes later the winger reached the end of the 60-meter block from the Italians, and at the end of the line Farlan allowed his speed to speak.
They added a second attempt hours before the end of the hat-trick in the final action of the game.
Farlan joins Carolyn Bjjard for the second hat-trick of the match, and if Bjjard is ahead in Test scorers’ position, Farlan wants to join her next weekend.
Marjorie Maynes (France)
We all remember the beautiful French invasion of Ireland, but this would not have been possible without the defensive efforts of the Blues and especially Marjorie Mayon.
The third line was ubiquitous in defense to prevent the Irish invasion that devastated Wales last week.
They completed nine tackles and weighed down to the touchdown. Chosen as the best player of the match, they will play a key role against England next week and the third tier of XV de la Rose.