Women’s Rugby Six Nations 2014 – Schedules, Rosters & more

Women's Rugby Six Nations LaunchVenues and timings have been confirmed for the upcoming women’s 6 Nations, which kicks off this weekend with the first match on January 31, 2014.

Ireland will begin the defense of their title at home to Scotland on Friday, January 31 at Ashbourne RFC in the opening game of the competition.

Ireland finished top of the pile last year while Scotland finished at the bottom of the table, as they head to the scene of Irish joy last season to the venue from where both France and England left empty handed.

This year’s World Cup hosts France, will take on England the next day at the picturesque Stade des Alpes in Grenoble on February 1st (20.55). On Sunday, Wales take on Italy at the Talbot Athletic Ground.

On the second weekend of the competition, the Irish return to Ashbourne for another Friday night game on February 7th to take on Wales, while France move to the Stade Ernest-Argeles to take on Italy.  Scotland host England on the Sunday at Rubislaw.

The game of the third round will see England hosting Ireland at Twickenham on February 22nd while there are two games on the 23rd, with Italy hosting Scotland at Stadio Parco Urbano and Wales welcoming France to Talbot.

England are at the Twickenham Stoop on Friday March 7th, the venue of the 2010 World Cup Final, where this time Wales are the visitors while there is a historic occasion in Dublin on Saturday, March 8th where they play for the first time at the Aviva Stadium. They will take on Italy. The next day Scotland host France at Howthornden.

The final round of the tournament sees France welcome Ireland to Stade du Hameau on Friday, March 14th Wales are at home to Scotland and England make the trip to Italy to Giulio e Silvio Pagani.

IRB name Women’s 6 Nations referees 

The International Rugby Board has announced the referee appointments for the Women’s Six Nations Championship 2014.

Appointments were made by the IRB Match Official Selection Committee following a detailed review of recent performances.

The Women’s Six Nations, which kicks off on January 31 and concludes on March 16, will see ninereferees take charge of 15 matches with Nicky Inwood, Helen O’Reilly, Claire Hodnett, Christine Bigaran, Sherry Trumbell and Leah Berard being appointed to two matches each.

VIEW THE REFEREE APPOINTMENT LIST HERE >>

BROADCAST/LIVE RESULTS
World Broadcasts (unsure if this includes the Women’s 6N)
BBC Sport (App), BBC One, BBC HD, Radio 5 Live or 5 live sports extra
Ireland games stream

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HASH TAG (Twitter)
#Womens6N, remember anytime you talk about Women’s Rugby on Twitter you should include #wrugby . 

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FIXTURES & RESULTS

Date Time (Local) Home Score Away Score Venue MR
1/31/2014 7:30 PM Ireland 59 Scotland 0 Milltown House, Ashbourne RFC Report
2/1/2014 8:55 PM France 18 England 6 Stade des Alpes Report
2/2/2014 1:00 PM Wales 11 Italy 12 Talbot Athletic Ground Report
2/7/2014 7:30 PM Ireland 14 Wales 6 Milltown House, Ashbourne RFC Report
2/8/2014 5:30 PM France 29 Italy 0 Stade Ernest-Argeles Report
2/9/2014 2:00 PM Scotland 0 England 63 Rubislaw Report
2/22/2014 6:20 PM England 17 Ireland 10 Twickenham Studio Report
2/23/2014 2:00 PM Wales 0 France 27 Talbot Athletic Ground Report
2/23/2014 2:30 PM Italy 45 Scotland 5 Stadio Parco Urbano Report
3/7/2014 7:30 PM England 35 Wales 3 Twickenham Stoop Report
3/8/2014 5:00 PM Ireland 39 Italy 0 AVIVA Stadium Report
3/9/2014 2:00 PM Scotland 0 France 69 Howthornden Report
3/14/2014 6:45 PM France 19 Ireland 15 Stade du Hameau Report
3/16/2014 2:00 PM Wales 25 Scotland 0 Talbot Athletic Ground Report
3/16/2014 3:00 PM Italy 0 England 24 Giulio e Silvio Pagani Report

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