Women's home nations 1998


Women's home nations 1998

This was the third and final Women's Home Nations Championship and was won by Scotland, who achieved the Triple Crown. In addition Scotland also beat France outside the championship to claim a Grand Slam.Womens Rugby Tournament

pixels = 50px
women = yes
datefrom = 1998-02-08
dateto = 1998-04-05
host =
nations = 4
champion = Scotland
runnerup = England
matches = 6
top scorer =

Final Table

Results

wrugbybox
test# = 179
date = 1998-02-08
nohome = ruw-rt|IRE
score = 0-15
noaway = ruw|SCO
stadium = Old Belvedere, Dublin
code = 19/25/7

wrugbybox
test# = 180
date = 1998-02-15
nohome = ruw-rt|ENG
score = 29-12
noaway = ruw|WAL
stadium = Waterloo
code = 39/28/13

wrugbybox
test# = 182
date = 1998-03-01
nohome = ruw-rt|WAL
score = 12-22
noaway = ruw|SCO
stadium = Cardiff
code = 29/27/6

wrugbybox
test# = 183
date = 1998-03-21
nohome = ruw-rt|SCO
score = 8-5
noaway = ruw|ENG
stadium = Stewarts Melville
code = 28/39/5

wrugbybox
test# = 184
date = 1998-03-22
nohome = ruw-rt|IRE
score = 10-27
noaway = ruw|WAL
stadium = Old Crescent RFC, Rosbrien
code = 20/30/3

wrugbybox
date = 1999-04-05
test# = 185
nohome = ruw-rt|ENG
score = 62-8
noaway = ruw|IRE
stadium = Worcester
code = 41/21/3

External links

* [http://www.rbs6nations.com/index_6nations.htm The official RBS Six Nations Site]

ee also

*Women's Six Nations Championship
*Women's international rugby union


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