2005 Women's Six Nations Championship

The 2005 Women's Six Nations Championship, also known as the 2005 RBS Women's 6 Nations due to the tournament's sponsorship by the Royal Bank of Scotland, was the fourth series of the rugby union Women's Six Nations Championship and was won by France, who achieved their second successive Grand Slam.

2005 Women's Six Nations Championship
Date4 February 2005 - 19 March 2005
Countries England
 France
 Ireland
 Scotland
 Spain
 Wales
Tournament statistics
Champions France (3rd title)
Grand Slam France (3rd title)
Triple Crown England (9th title)
Matches played15
Top point scorer(s)England Paula Chalmers (46)
Top try scorer(s)England Kim Shaylor (9)
2004 (Previous) (Next) 2006

TableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
1   France 5 5 0 0 156 25 +131 10
2   England 5 4 0 1 221 23 +198 8
3   Scotland 5 3 0 2 81 57 +24 6
4   Spain 5 1 1 3 32 161 −129 3
5   Ireland 5 1 0 4 33 106 −73 2
6   Wales 5 0 1 4 21 172 −151 1

ResultsEdit

2005-02-04
France   22–15[1][2]   Scotland
Roubaix, Lyon
2005-02-04
Wales   0–81[1][2]   England
2005-02-05
Spain   19–17[1][2]   Ireland
Campo Central Ciudad Universitaria, Madrid

2005-02-12
Spain   10–10[1][2]   Wales
Orense, Orense
2005-02-12
Scotland   15–5[1][2]   Ireland
2005-02-13
England   10–13[1][2]   France
Imber Court, London

2005-02-25
France   48–0[1][2]   Wales
Bondoufle, Paris
2005-02-26
Scotland   19–3[1][2]   Spain
2005-02-26
Ireland   0–32[1][2]   England

2005-03-12
England   76–0[1][2]   Spain
Imber Court, London
2005-03-13
Ireland   0–34[1][2]   France
2005-03-13
Scotland   22–5[1][2]   Wales

2005-03-18
Wales   6–11[1][2]   Ireland
2005-03-19
Spain   0–39[1][2]   France
San Boï de Llobregat, Barcelona
2005-03-19
England   22–10[1][2]   Scotland

Leading points scorersEdit

Name Nation Points Games Pts/game
1 Paula Chalmers Scotland 46 5 9.2
2 Kim Shaylor England 45 5 9
3 Estelle Sartini France 43 5 8.6
4 Catherine De Villiers France 35 5 7
5 Charlotte Barras England 27 5 5.4
6 Karen Andrew England 24 5 4.8
7 Sue Day England 20 5 4
8 Delphine Plantet France 20 5 4
9 Joanne Yapp England 20 4 5
10 Ines Etxeguibel Spain 17 5 3.4
11 Marion Talayrac France 15 5 3
12 Paula George England 15 5 3
13 Susie Appleby England 10 5 2
14 Suzanne Fleming Ireland 10 3 3.33
15 Melanie Christie Scotland 10 5 2
16 Fanny Gelis France 10 5 2
17 Lynn Cantwell Ireland 10 5 2
18 Lucy Millard Ireland 10 5 2
19 Agurtzane Obregozo Spain 10 5 2
20 Lucie Elodie France 10 4 2.5

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o "Women 2005". Sport Statistics - International Competitions Archive. Retrieved 2022-11-16.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o "Women's Six Nations". The Rugby Archive. Retrieved 2022-11-16.

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