2006 Women's Six Nations Championship

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2006 Women's Six Nations Championship
Date 4 February 2006 - 18 March 2006
Countries  England
 France
 Ireland
 Scotland
 Spain
 Wales
Tournament statistics
Champions  England
Grand Slam  England
Triple Crown  England
Matches played 15
2005 (Previous) (Next) 2007

The 2006 Women's Six Nations Championship, also known as the 2006 RBS Women's 6 Nations due to the tournament's sponsorship by the Royal Bank of Scotland, was the fifth series of the rugby union Women's Six Nations Championship and was won by England, who achieved the Grand Slam. This was the last Six Nations in which Spain took part - Italy were to replace them in 2007.

Final table[edit]

Position Nation Games Points Table
points
played won drawn lost for against
1  England 5 5 0 0 213 33 10
2  Wales 5 4 0 1 55 55 8
3  France 5 3 0 2 103 42 6
4  Scotland 5 2 0 3 33 62 4
5  Ireland 5 1 0 4 42 104 2
6  Spain 5 0 0 5 25 175 0

Results[edit]

[521]
2006-02-04 Ireland  25 – 10  Spain Donnybrook, Dublin [69/69/8]
[522]
2006-02-04 England  38 – 15  Wales Old Albanians, St Albans [116/95/22]
[522]
2006-02-05 Scotland  3 – 23  France Murrayfield [91/103/12]

[524]
2006-02-10 France  32 – 0  Ireland Montauban, Toulouse [104/70/11]
[525]
2006-02-11 Spain  3 – 86  England La Ciudad Universitaria, Madrid [70/116/12]
[526]
2006-02-11 Wales  5 – 0  Scotland Sardis Rd, Pontypridd [96/92/17]

[527]
2006-02-25 Ireland  7 – 14  Wales Donnybrook, Dublin [71/97/11]
[528]
2006-02-25 Scotland  5 – 22  England Murrayfield [83/117/15]
[529]
2006-02-25 France  38 – 0  Spain Saint Jean De Luz, Biarritz [105/71/17]

[530]
2006-03-10 Wales  10 – 0  Spain Sardis Rd, Pontypridd [98/71/9]
[531]
2006-03-10 Ireland  0 – 9  Scotland Navan [72/94/13]
[532]
2006-03-11 France  0 – 28  England Bondoufle, Paris [106/118/19]

[533]
2006-03-17 Wales  11 – 10  France Sardis Rd, Pontypridd [99/107/9]
[534]
2006-03-17 England  29 – 10  Ireland Old Albanians, St Albans [119/73/9]
[535]
2006-03-18 Spain  12 – 16  Scotland La Ciudad Universitaria, Madrid [73/95/13]

Leading points scorers[edit]

Name Nation Points Games Pts/game
1 Estelle Sartini France 33 5 6.6
2 Karen Andrew England 31 5 6.2
3 Non Evans Wales 29 5 5.8
4 Nicola Crawford England 25 5 5
5 Susan Day England 20 5 4
6 Helen Clayton England 20 5 4
7 Daniella Waterman England 20 5 4
8 Lucie Elodie France 20 5 4
9 Paula Chalmers Scotland 18 5 3.6
10 Michaela Staniford England 15 5 3
11 Shelley Rae England 12 4 3
12 Georgia Stevens England 10 5 2
13 Delphine Plantet France 10 5 2
14 Joy Neville Ireland 10 5 2
15 Ines Etxeguibel Spain 10 5 2
16 Amy Turner England 10 2 5
17 Fanny Horta France 10 6 1.67
18 Rachel Poolman Wales 10 5 2
19 Sara Jane Belton Ireland 7 5 1.4
20 Philippa Tuttiett France 6 1 6

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