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[ad_1] Sara Tounesi prepares to come up against Ireland scrum-half Ailsa HughesItaly (7) 24Tries: Stefan, D’Inca 2 Cons: Sillari 3 Pen: SillariIreland (0) 7Tries: Penalty tryItaly beat Ireland 24-7 in Parma to secure their first win of this year’s Women’s Six Nations tournament.Sofia Stefan crossed for a try in the first half, with Alyssa d’Inca touching down twice in the second and centre Michela Sillari kicking nine points.Ireland replied with a penalty try but remain without a victory and without a point from their opening three games.The Irish have now lost their first three matches of a Women’s Six Nations…

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[ad_1] Like the prime minister, Libero, another right-leaning newspaper, opted for “Forza Silvio”, while La Repubblica called him the “fearless Knight”. The centre-left daily has for decades strongly criticised his political actions and extensively covered the repeated scandals surrounding Mr Berlusconi. [ad_2] Source link

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[ad_1] Abby Dow scored four of England’s 12 triesEngland: (27) 68Tries: Breach 3, Dow 4, MacDonald 2, Heard, M Packer 2; Cons: Aitchison, Tuima, Sing 2Italy: (5) 5Try: TounesiEngland continued their dominant start to the Women’s Six Nations with a 12-try victory against Italy at Northampton’s Franklin’s Gardens.Abby Dow scored four tries and Jess Breach a hat-trick as England’s backs entertained the crowd of 12,947.Italy showed progress as Sara Tounesi scored early on – their first try against England since 2018.But the Red Roses’ professionalism told as they put more than 50 on their opponents for the second week in…

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[ad_1] England beat Italy 74-0 in the 2022 Women’s Six NationsVenue: Franklin’s Gardens, Northampton Date: Sunday, 2 April Kick-off: 15:00 BSTCoverage: Watch live on BBC Two; follow live text commentary on the BBC Sport website and app.England are missing 19 players this Women’s Six Nations – the vast majority through injury. Eight of those were in the team that narrowly lost a World Cup final in November.Nevertheless, the Red Roses are overwhelming favourites to beat Italy on Sunday. Even England head coach Simon Middleton says he has an “embarrassment of riches”.His squad is like a robotic movie villain – the…

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[ad_1] Venue: Franklin’s Gardens, Northampton Date: Sunday, 2 April Kick-off: 15:00 BSTCoverage: Watch live on BBC Two; follow live text commentary on the BBC Sport website and app.England forward Poppy Cleall and centre Amber Reed will be unavailable for Sunday’s Women’s Six Nations match against Italy after sustaining knee injuries against Scotland.The Rugby Football Union said Cleall and Reed “are targeting a return for the latter rounds” of the tournament.England’s centre options were already reduced, with Emily Scarratt injured.In Scarratt’s absence, Reed initially took on goal-kicking duties on Saturday and Lagi Tuima took over when the inside centre was injured.Tuima…

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