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Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Will Wales finish bottom?

    It's been a cracking tournament and there's still one game to come, Italy hosting Scotland on Sunday, which could be significant for Wales.

    Their defeat tonight means they are level on five points with Italy and Scotland, but are bottom of the table as they have the worst points difference of -116.

    Scotland have a points difference of -56, Italy -98.

    You can find out on Sunday who will end up with the Wooden Spoon but there's no doubt who the champions are - congratulations France, queens of Europe for 2018.

  2. Full-time - France win the Grand Slam

    Wales 3-38 France

    ...and promptly lose their throw.

    France joyously hoof the ball into the stands and get the party started - Les Bleus are the 2018 Grand Slam champions!

  3. Post update

    Wales 3-38 France

    One last hurrah from Wales? They win a penalty and kick to the corner...

  4. Post update

    Wales 3-38 France

    One area Wales have experienced some joy is in the scrum, and a big shove contributes to a poor clearing kick by France.

    Wales swing the sledgehammer once, twice, thrice, but France's well-mortared defence holds firm and they turn over possession at the ruck once again.

    Yet more frustration for Wales.

  5. Post update

    Wales 3-38 France

    There is a gulf in class between these two sides, and it is reflected on the scoreboard.

    France are going to be Grand Slam champions, Wales could end up bottom.

  6. Try (Neisen, missed con Mouliere)

    Wales 3-38 France

    But when it goes wide... disaster. France turn it over, and although Romane Menager is hauled down on the right, they sweep it left and centre Carla Neisen races over untouched.

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    Wales 3-33 France

    Elinor Snowsill probes from 10 and then does so again. Wales recycle once more, better from the hosts.

    Then Sioned Harries hammers away for the umpteenth time.

  8. Post update

    Wales 3-33 France

    Another big carry from number eight Sioned Harries for Wales... and then a prop gets in the way.

    Bounced off Amy Evans's shoulder that pass. Not great.

  9. 'Pleased to end on a win'

    England 33-11 Ireland

    England full-back Ellie Kildunne speaking to Sky Sports: "The loss last week against France was disappointing but we brought those lessons into this one and I am pleased to end on a win.

    "Everyone is helping me and off the pitch. Katy Daley-Mclean has the grapes out at breakfast telling me where to stand. Whatever help I need these guys give it to me."

    England captain Sarah Hunter speaking to Sky Sports: "Ireland made it very tough out there at times. This is the start of our journey to the World Cup in three years time. It was absolutely amazing to see all the support in an area where international women's rugby has not been played before. I hope this is going to the norm from now on."

  10. Converted try (Sochard, con Tremouliere)

    Wales 3-33 France

    ...and over goes the France hooker Agathe Sochard.

  11. Post update

    Wales 3-26 France

    France scent blood. A player up, they kick a penalty into the corner. Here comes the France assault...

  12. Post update

    Wales 3-26 France

    So now it's just the coronation of France that remains - they've got 25 minutes left against Wales.

    At the moment there's only one side that looks like scoring in Colwyn Bay, and they're not wearing red...

  13. Post update

    England 33-11 Ireland

    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    England prop and BBC Radio 5 live sports extra analyst Laura Keats: "It wasn't pretty at times but England got back to winning ways and that is what they will have wanted after last week."

  14. Full-time

    England 33-11 Ireland

    Amber Reed knocks on and that last-minute bit of adventure and England's Six Nations is done.

  15. Post update

    England 33-11 Ireland

    The clock is red. But England are not kicking for touch.

    They are going to play it. And from inside their own half.

    They want to finish this campaign with a flourish, even if a title is out of the equation.

  16. Converted try (penalty)

    Wales 3-26 France

    They do - seven points for France and a yellow card for Jaz Joyce. I think we can anoint France Grand Slam champions now.

  17. Post update

    England 33-11 Ireland

    A little bit messy as we reach the closing stages. Loads of turnovers, a lot of energy expended and not a lot of progress made by either side.

    Instead the biggest cheers are for the attendance being read out - 6,667 is just shy of a Women's Six Nations record in England - and the announcement of Ellie Kildunne - the England full-back - as player of the match.

  18. Post update

    Wales 3-19 France

    Oops. Caroline Boujard chips ahead, kicks again and Jaz Joyce cannot resist tackling her off the ball.

    That's a penalty try for me - do the officials agree?

  19. Post update

    England 33-11 Ireland

    A promising field position for Ireland - set up through replacement scrum-half Ailsa Hughes scampering break - goes to waste as England's big forwards ambush an under-manned ruck.

  20. Replacement

    England 33-11 Ireland

    England make a change at 10. Katy Daley Mclean departs with Saracens Zoe Harrison given the gig off the bench.