Women’s rugby. Serious injury to the face of an England player

England’s Jess Breach suffered a serious facial injury in the second half of the match against Ireland. (© Sky Sport Screenshot)

At 4 p.m.And Day Women’s 6 Nations Tournament 2022I’England The Irish team made a real correction, winning 69-0 and thus promising a “final” victory over France (the easy winner in Wales) in Bayonne for a Grand Slam victory.

He left his mark on the England side in this match against XV of Clover. At least for the wings Jess Breach. Irish woman Dorothy is the victim of a collision with a sword (later yellow carded), English woman Victim of a very serious wound at the level of the face.

Put 15 stitches

English medical staff were forced to replace Breach, who was immediately treated on the field, and then taken to hospital, so her injuries healed. Race results: 15 stitches And a beautiful photo posted as a story on Instagram (which is no longer available) to immortalize it.

English Jess Breach's facial wound is very attractive
English Jess Breach’s facial wound is very attractive (© Instagram Story Jess Breach)

Sword, she escaped with a small dove’s egg on her forehead, and many observers immediately wondered why the Irish woman received only one yellow card for this shock.

Irish Dorothy Wall received a simple yellow card after a clash with Jess Breach.
Irish Dorothy Wall received a simple yellow card after a clash with Jess Breach. (© Sky Sport Screenshot)

It remains to be seen whether Jess Breach will regain all her ability to deploy against the French Women’s XV this Saturday, April 30, in Bayonne (match sold out).

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