Women’s 6 Nations 2016.

The 2016 Women’s Six Nations Championship, also known as the 2016 RBS Women’s Six Nations due to the tournament’s sponsorship by the Royal Bank of Scotland, was the 15th series of the Women’s Six Nations Championship, an annual women’s rugby union competition between six European rugby union national teams. Matches were played in February and March 2016, on the same weekends as the men’s tournament.

France won the championship after beating England in their final game. France and England were tied on eight table points each after winning four games, France took the title on points difference. This 2016 Tournament would be the last without Bonus Points.

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Women’s 6 Nations 2016

PosTeamStreakPWLDPFPAPDPts
1W2541010628788
2L1541011063478
3W253209549466
4L252306175-144
5W1523065105-404
6L5505029146-1170

6 Nations Top Scorers 2016

PlayerTeamPositionAgeTRYCONPENDGPTS
irlNiamh BriggsFull Back37139038
walRobyn WilkinsFly Half27224026
engAmber Reed-Centre31074026
fraAudrey Forlani1400020
fraGaëlle MignotBack Row, Hooker35400020
fraAudrey AbadieFly Half30043017
Sioned Harries-1300015
irlAlison MillerProp37300015
engLauren CattellCentre28220014
itaVeronica Madia (née Schiavon)-Fly Half27041011
engAbbie Ward (nee Scott)-Lock29200010
engHarriet Millar-Mills-Back Row, Number 831200010
irlSophie Spence1200010
engCeri Large-Fly Half5200010
itaBeatrice Rigoni-Centre1200010
scoLana SkeldonHooker2803109
itaMichela SillariCentre100309
fraLaura Delas102107
walHannah Jones-Centre2510005
engLucy Demaine110005
fraJulie Billes110005
nzlirlSene NaoupuCentre3810005
itaMalissa BettoniHooker3110005
itaSofia StefanWing110005
itaManuela FurlanFull Back110005