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Hi John, Caroline Ladagnous appears to have won quite a few caps for France at both wing and full-back. In fact on her wiki page (if you choose to believe) describes her as l'arriere or l'ailier (full-back or wing). I once saw her playing at Lons and she was a 15 then- maybe 'utility back' would be better as she moves around the back line? I understand you mean that Jessy is 15 on Saturday.
One tiny correction - Carline Ladagnous is a wing (occasionally outside centre). Jessy Tremouliere (also one to watch IHMO!) is the full-back.
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my friend just got called up to the scotland Leanne Neary, cmon the pup. great to see womans rugby start to get more publicity
..to the Ladies!..thanks for the red button info..
the men's and women's 6 nations games should both count towards the 6 nations championship (note it doesnt call itself the mens' six nations).but we'll have to wait for a few more dinosaurs to die out before that happens!
Great to see the women's game getting more coverage. I think the England Women's cricket team has really led the way in showing what standard of sport can be televised.At wasps we're really proud of Michaela Staniford although she's at the sevens. It's also worth noting that the women's England team was a big inspiration to the men and the subsequent victory over the all blacks.
Bravo, bravo BBC. I have two young daughters and between this, the netball, cricket and (still needs work but also) football, your coverage of female sport is heading in the right direction. More please!
Lol at Johnny Cash ....Not sure I could name the side so well as the men's bit great to see this and more U20s coverage
So, this is where you are all hiding........
results that is!
Hmmm...as ever it looks like a run-off between England and France...I wasn't saying a word.The women's game is very good these days...in some ways better than the mens game with its greater emphasis on guile rather than the almost worrying focus on excessive physicality.You get the impression that the women will still be able to walk when they retire!
I'd put England on top then France, the next four are too close to call but I'd go for Ireland, Italy, Scotland with Wales bringing up the rear.
Good luck to the ladies. Interesting decision by England to prioritise the sevens world cup ahead of the Six Nations, let's hope it doesn't come round to bite them in the proverbial
@1 some games are on the red button.
Given the stellar performance of some of these teams, especially England over the past years... where can I see this televised?
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