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The second round of the 2018 NatWest Women’s Six Nations Championship saw the two favorites, undefeated England and France, win easily as both secured a bonus point. Ireland moved into third place with a win against Italy.

England, ranked second by World Rugby, walloped Wales (#7) 52-0 at London’s Twickenham Stoop. With rugby enthusiast Prince Harry attending, the Red Roses scored eight tries with two each from Poppy Cleall and Ellie Kidune.

In Scotland, the visiting Bleues (#3) were efficient, defeating the home side (#12) 26-3, the game played to a record crowd of 2,782 at Scotstoun Stadium, Glasgow.

Ireland (#8) beat Italy (#9) 21-8 in a game decided in the last fifteen-minutes play from two tries. Halftime 7-3 Ireland.

Results To Date

England 2-0: 10 points

France 2-0: 10 points

Ireland 1-1: 4 points

Wales 1-1: 4 points

Scotland 0-2: 1 point

Italy 0-2: 0 points