The 2021 Women’s Six Nations delivered a Championship like no other as defending champions England emerged triumphant from the first-ever Finals Day.
The Red Roses overcame France in the showpiece event to clinch the title for a third consecutive year after both sides topped their pools in the brand-new format for this year.
All that remains is for the 2021 Women’s Six Nations Player of the Championship.
The nominees ae:
Zoe Aldcroft (England)
The 24-year-old was in the thick of the action from the opening game, making 11 carries for 76 metres and 14 tackles as England defeated Scotland 52-10 in their curtain-raiser.
B. Caroline Boujard (France)
No one found the try line more frequently than France’s Caroline Boujard in the 2021 Women’s Six Nations as the electrifying winger lit up the Championship time and again.
She made history in Les Bleues’ opening game of the campaign, crossing the whitewash three times in 14 minutes as her team defeated Wales 53-0 at the Stade de la Rabine.
C. Poppy Cleall (England)
A force to be reckoned with from the first round, the No.8 made 19 carries for 107 metres and scored a try in England’s victory over Scotland to be named Player of the Match.