Women’s 6 Nations 2015.

The 2015 Women’s Six Nations Championship, also known as the 2015 RBS Women’s Six Nations due to the tournament’s sponsorship by the Royal Bank of Scotland, was the 14th series of the Women’s Six Nations Championship, an annual women’s rugby union competition between six European rugby union national teams. Matches were held in February and March 2015, on the same weekends as the men’s tournament, if not always the same day.

The championship was contested by England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales. Ireland won the championship on a points difference tie-break from France, after both teams had won four of their five matches; it was Ireland’s second title in three seasons. Ireland had to win their final game, against Scotland, by a margin of 27 points or more to win the title and achieved this with victory by 73 points to 3.[1] This was also the first time Italy finished in a position above 4th place in the Six Nations, whether men’s or women’s, and the first time Italy had denied a team a Grand Slam. As in 2013, England focused on the Sevens World Series circuit in order to qualify a Great Britain team for the 2016 Rio Olympics, so there young and inexperienced squad were missing many front-line players.

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PosTeamStreakPWLDPFPAPDPts
1W35410139261138
2W1541011344698
3W353208294-126
4L1523010465394
5L352306473-94
6L5505027227-2000

6 Nations Top Scorers 2015

PlayerTeamPositionAgeTRYCONPENDGPTS
irlNiamh BriggsFull Back38297049
fraJessy Trémoulière-Full Back30267043
fraJulie Billes1500025
walLaurie Harries1153024
irlAlison MillerProp37400020
irlPaula Fitzpatrick1400020
itaMaria Magatti-Wing1400020
itaVeronica Madia (née Schiavon)Fly Half27161020
engKaty Daley-Mclean-Fly Half36122015
engRuth Laybourn1300015
scoNuala Deans4004012
engAmber ReedCentre31121012
engHarriet Millar-MillsBack Row, Number 831200010
fraGaëlle MignotBack Row, Hooker35200010
irlJenny Murphy-33200010
irlHeather O’Brien-1200010
fraCaroline BoujardWing28200010
itaFlavia Severin1200010
Sioned Harries1200010
engHannah Gallagher1200010
irlGillian Bourke-110005
engJustine Lucas-Prop510005
engTamara TaylorLock4010005
Catrin Edwards-410005
engAlex Matthews-Back Row2910005
engAbbie Ward (nee Scott)Lock2910005
scoJade Konkel-Back Row2810005
irlTania Rosser-110005
itaPaola Zangirolami110005
irlSophie Spence110005
walAmy Lawrence110005
walEl Snowsill-Fly Half3310005
irlAllis Egan-110005
fraCéline Héguy110005
fraLaëtitia Grand110005
irlClaire Molloy-Back Row3410005
itaManuela FurlanFull Back110005
scoEilidh Sinclair-Back Row2710005
fraÉlodie PoublanCentre3310005
engKay Wilson-Wing3110005
Carys Phillips-410005
irlLarissa Muldoon-3110005
scoLisa ‘Shorty’ MartinCentre, Fly Half3201105
itaMaria Grazia Cioffi110005
itaSofia StefanWing110005
engLydia ThompsonWing3010005
engRocky ClarkLH Prop4110005
itaSara Barattin-Scrum Half3610005
walDyddgu Hywel110005
engCeri LargeFly Half510005
engMegan GoddardCentre501002
itaMichela SillariCentre101002
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Italy Women v Ireland Women

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France Women v Scotland Women

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St. Helens Rugby & Cricket Ground, Swansea

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Ireland Women v France Women

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The Stoop

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France Women v Wales Women

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Ireland Women v England Women

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Scotland Women v Italy Women

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Darlington RFC

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St. Helens Rugby & Cricket Ground, Swansea

Wales Women v Ireland Women

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Stadio Plebiscito, Padova - Italy

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Twickenham Stadium

England Women v France Women

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Scotland Women v Ireland Women