Sei Nazioni femminile

Risultati, Classifica e Tabellini dopo la prima giornata

Il Calendario del Sei Nazioni
1^giornata
Venerdì 5 Feb 0-32 SCOTLAND v ENGLAND Broadwood Stadium, Cumbernauld
Sabato 6 Feb 21-3 IRELAND v WALES Donnybrook, Dublin
Sabato 6 Feb 39-0 FRANCE v ITALY Stade Marcel Verchere, Bourg-en-Bresse

2^giornata
Sabato 13 Feb 15:00 ITALY v ENGLAND Stadio Gino Pistoni, Ivrea
Sabato 13 Feb 21:00 FRANCE v IRELAND Aime Giral, Perpigan
Domenica 14 Feb 14:00 WALES v SCOTLAND The Gnoll, Neath

3^giornata
Sabato 27 Feb 19:15 ENGLAND v IRELAND Twickenham Stadium, London
Domenica 28 Feb 14:30 ITALY v SCOTLAND Stadio Bonori – Centro Arcoveggio, Bologna
Domenica 28 Feb 14:00 WALES v FRANCE The Gnoll, Neath

4^giornata
Venerdì 11 Mar 18:00 SCOTLAND v FRANCE Broadwood Stadium, Cumbernauld
Sabato 12 Mar 18:05 ENGLAND v WALES Twickenham Stoop, London
Domenica 13 Mar 13:00 IRELAND v ITALY Donnybrook, Dublin

5^giornata
Venerdì 18 Mar 21:00 FRANCE v ENGLAND Stade de la Rabine, Vannes
Domenica 20 Mar 13:00 IRELAND v SCOTLAND Donnybrook, Dublin
Domenica 20 Mar 14:00 WALES v ITALY The Gnoll, Neath

Classifica
1 France 2 (+39)
2 England 2 (+32)
3 Ireland 2 (+18)
4 Wales 0 (-18)
5 Scotland 0 (-32)
6 Italy 0 (-39)


Migliori Marcatrici

Niamh Briggs (Ireland) 11
Audrey Forlani (France) 10
Harriet Millar-Mills (England) 10
Audrey Abadie (France) 9
Lauren Cattell (England) 7

Migliori metawoman
Audrey Forlani (France) 2
Harriet Millar-Mills (England) 2
Julie Billes (France) 1
Lauren Cattell (England) 1
Lucy Demaine (England) 1
Sarah Hunter (England) 1
Gaelle Mignot (France) 1
Sene Naoupu (Ireland) 1
Elodie Poublan (France) 1
Sophie Spence (Ireland) 1

 

Tabellini
5 FEBRUARY 2016
SCOTLAND WOMEN (0) 0, ENGLAND WOMEN (15) 32

Broadwood Stadium, Cumbernauld
Scotland Women: 15 Chloe Rollie; 14 Megan Gaffney, 13 Hannah Smith, 12 Lisa Thomson, 11 Rhona Lloyd; 10 Lisa Martin (capt), 9 Sarah Law; 1 Tracy Balmer, 2 Lana Skeldon, 3 Lindsey Smith; 4 Emma Wassell, 5 Deborah McCormack; 6 Jemma Forsyth, 7 Karen Dunbar, 8 Jade Konkel.
Bench: 16 Sarah Quick, 17 Debbie Falconer, 18 Heather Lockhart, 19 Fiona Sim, 20 Anna Stodter, 21 Jenny Maxwell, 22 Lauren Harris, 23 Eilidh Sinclair.
Replacements used: Harris for Smith 46, Lockhart for Balmer 47, Maxwell for Law 59, Stodter for Forsyth 65, Quick for Skeldon 70, Sinclair for Rollie 72, Falconer for Lockhart 75, Sim for McCormack 75.
Tries: none. Kicking: Skeldon (Pens 0/1).
England Women: 15 Katie Mason; 14 Ruth Laybourn, 13 Lauren Cattell(T/C), 12 Ceri Large, 11 Lotte Clapp; 10 Amber Reed(C/P), 9 La Toya Mason; 1 Rochelle Clark, 2 Amy Cokayne, 3 Victoria Cornborough; 4 Abbie Scott, 5 Emily Braund; 6 Harriet Millar-Mills(2T), 7 Isi Noel-Smith, 8 Sarah Hunter (capt)(T).
Bench: 16 Heather Kerr, 17 Emma Croker, 18 Bee Dawson, 19 Courtney Gill, 20 Poppy Cleall, 21 Bianca Blackburn, 22 Lucy Demaine (T), 23 Leanne Riley.
Replacements used: Blackburn for Reed 41, Croker for Cokayne 55, Dawson for Cornborough 56, Cleall for Hunter 65,Demaine for Clapp 65, Riley for Large 72, Kerr for Clark 76, Gill for Braund 76.
Tries: 5 – Cattell, Millar-Mills (2), Hunter, Demaine. Kicking: Cattell (Conv 1/3), Reed (Conv 1/2, Pens 1/2).
Scoring sequence: 25′ Cattell (T) 0-5, 32′ Millar-Mills (T) 0-10, Reed (C) 0-12, 40′ Reed (P) 0-15, 47′ Millar-Mills (T) 0-20, 54′ Hunter (T) 0-25, 75′ Demaine (T) 0-30, Cattell (C) 0-32.
Referee: Jess Beard (New Zealand).Attendance: 500.

6 FEBRUARY 2016
FRANCE WOMEN (20) 39, ITALY WOMEN (0) 0
Stade Marcel Verchere, Bourg-en-Bresse
France Women: 15 Julie Billes(T); 14 Caroline Boujard, 13 Lucille Godiveau, 12 Elodie Poublan(T), 11 Laura Delas; 10 Audrey Abadie(3C/P), 9 Yanna Rivoalen; 1 Lise Arricastre, 2 Gaelle Mignot (capt)(T), 3 Julie Duval; 4 Celine Ferer, 5 Audrey Forlani(2T); 6 Coumba Tombe Diallo, 7 Pauline Rayssac, 8 Safi N’Diaye.
Bench: 16 Agathe Sochat, 17 Maylis Traore Dhia, 18 Romane Menager, 19 Julie Annery, 20 Laure Sansus, 21 Camille Imart, 22 Coralie Bertrand, 23 Patricia Carricaburu.
Replacements used: Carricaburu for Duval 25, Duval for Carricaburu 29, Menager for Ferer 51, Sansus for Rivoalen 52, Carricaburu for Duval 52, Annery for Rayssac 59, Imart for Abadie 65, Traore Dhia for Arricastre 65, Sochat for Mignot 66, Bertrand for Billes 67, Rivoalen for Sansus 70, Sansus for Rivoalen 73.
Tries: 6 – Billes, Forlani (2), Mignot, Penalty Try, Poublan. Kicking: Delas (Conv 0/1), Abadie (Conv 3/5, Pens 1/1).
Italy Women: 15 Manuela Furlan; 14 Maria Magatti, 13 Michela Sillari, 12 Beatrice Rigoni, 11 Sofia Stefan; 10 Veronica Schiavon, 9 Sara Barattin (capt); 1 Elisa Cucchiella (sin bin 67-77), 2 Melissa Bettoni, 3 Lucia Gai; 4 Isabella Locatelli, 5 Alice Trevisan; 6 Ilaria Arrighetti, 7 Michela Este, 8 Elisa Giordano.
Bench: 16 Lucia Cammarano, 17 Gaia Giacomoli, 18 Diletta Nicoletti, 19 Valentina Ruzza, 20 Elisa Pillotti, 21 Silvia Folli, 22 Paola Zangirolami,
Replacements used: Cammarano for Gai 54, Zangirolami for Schiavon 56, Pillotti for Este 60, Giacomoli for Arrighetti 67, Arrighetti for Cucchiella 77.
Tries: none. Kicking: .
Scoring sequence: 5′ Billes (T) 5-0, 16′ Forlani (T) 10-0, 24′ Mignot (T) 15-0, Abadie (C) 17-0, 33′ Abadie (P) 20-0, 50′ Penalty Try (T) 25-0, Abadie (C) 27-0, 62′ Forlani (T) 32-0, Abadie (C) 34-0, 72′ Poublan (T) 39-0.
Referee: Sara Cox (England). Attendance: 1731.

IRELAND WOMEN (15) 21, WALES WOMEN (3) 3
Donnybrook, Dublin
Ireland Women: 15 Niamh Briggs (capt)(C/3P); 14 Elise O’Byrne-White, 13 Aine Donnelly, 12 Sene Naoupu(T), 11 Mairead Coyne; 10 Nikki Caughey, 9 Larissa Muldoon; 1 Ruth O’Reilly, 2 Zoe Grattage, 3 Ailis Egan; 4 Sophie Spence(T), 5 MarieLouise Reilly; 6 Paula Fitzpatrick, 7 Claire Molloy, 8 Heather O’Brien.
Bench: 16 Cliodhna Moloney, 17 Lindsay Peat, 18 Fiona Reidy, 19 Ciara Cooney, 20 Ciara Griffin, 21 Mary Healy, 22 Nora Stapleton, 23 Jackie Shiels.
Replacements used: Stapleton for Caughey 35, Caughey for Stapleton 36, Moloney for Grattage 45, Griffin for O’Brien 45, Reidy for Egan 62, Egan for Reidy 65, Stapleton for Caughey 67, Cooney for Reilly 69, Shiels for Donnelly 69, Peat for O’Reilly 74, Healy for Muldoon 76, Reidy for Egan 79.
Tries: 2 – Naoupu, Spence. Kicking: Briggs (Conv 1/2, Pens 3/4).
Wales Women: 15 Adi Taviner; 14 Bethan Dainton, 13 Kerin Lake, 12 Hannah Jones, 11 Elen Evans; 10 Robyn Wilkins(P), 9 Keira Bevan; 1 Megan York (sin bin 15-26), 2 Carys Phillips, 3 Amy Evans; 4 Rebecca Rowe, 5 Sioned Harries; 6 Rachel Taylor (capt), 7 Shona Powell-Hughes, 8 Sian Williams.
Bench: 16 Amy Price, 17 Cerys Hale, 18 Catrin Edwards, 19 Siwan Lillicrap, 20 Alisha Butchers, 21 Elinor Snowsill, 22 Gemma Rowland, 23 Dyddgu Hywel.
Replacements used: Edwards for Dainton 15, Dainton for Edwards 26, Rowland for Lake 32, Butchers for Williams 44, Snowsill for Jones 51, Lillicrap for Rowe 54, Edwards for A.Evans 60, Hywel for Dainton 69, Price for Phillips 78, Hale for York 78.
Tries: none. Kicking: Wilkins (Pens 1/1).
Scoring sequence: 4′ Wilkins (P) 0-3, 6′ Briggs (P) 3-3, 22′ Naoupu (T) 8-3, Briggs (C) 10-3, 36′ Spence (T) 15-3, 44′ Briggs (P) 18-3, 64′ Briggs (P) 21-3.
Referee: Leah Berard (USA). Attendance: 3252.