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A stunning first-half display helped France claim a 28-8 away win over Scotland in the Women’s Six Nations, while Ireland kickstarted their campaign with a 29-8 victory over Italy in Cork.
France came into the match in Glasgow with two wins from two, and continued their impressive form by racing to a 28-3 half-time lead in Glasgow. Laure Sansus scored two tries, with Jessy Trémoulière and Gaëlle Hermet also crossing the line in a rampant opening 40 minutes. Trémoulière also brought her kicking boots, converting all four tries as the visitors took complete control.
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