Women's six nations 2004

Women's six nations 2004

The 2004 RBS 6 Nations Championship was the third series of the rugby union Women's Six Nations Championship and was won by nrut|France, who achieved the Grand Slam. Womens Rugby Tournament
pixels = 50px
women = yes
datefrom = 2004-02-14
dateto = 2004-03-27
host =
nations = 6
champion = France
runnerup = England
matches = 15
top scorer =

Final Table

Results

wrugbybox
test# = 426
date = 2004-02-14
nohome = ruw-rt|WAL
score = 10 – 30
noaway = ruw|SCO
stadium = Arms Park, Cardiff
code = 77/74/14

wrugbybox
test# = 427
date = 2004-02-15
nohome = ruw-rt|ESP
score = 3 – 71
noaway = ruw|ENG
stadium = Pinares de Venecia , Zaragoza
code = 56/93/10

wrugbybox
test# = 428
date = 2004-02-15
nohome = ruw-rt|FRA
score = 22 – 5
noaway = ruw|IRE
stadium = Savigny sur Orge, Paris
code = 88/54/9

----wrugbybox
test# = 429
date = 2004-02-21
nohome = ruw-rt|IRE
score = 13 – 14
noaway = ruw|WAL
stadium = Thomond Park
code = 55/78/8

wrugbybox
test# = 430
date = 2004-02-21
nohome = ruw-rt|SCO
score = 7 – 20
noaway = ruw|ENG
stadium = Netherdale, Galashiels
code = 75/94/13

wrugbybox
test# = 431
date = 2004-02-21
nohome = ruw-rt|FRA
score = 24 – 0
noaway = ruw|ESP
stadium = Perpignan
code = 89/57/14
----wrugbybox
test# = 432
date = 2004-03-06
nohome = ruw-rt|ENG
score = 51 – 0
noaway = ruw|IRE
stadium = Twickenham, London
code = 95/56/7

wrugbybox
test# = 433
date = 2004-03-06
nohome = ruw-rt|ESP
score = 6 – 5
noaway = ruw|SCO
stadium = Lalin, Corunna
code = 58/76/11

wrugbybox
test# = 434
date = 2004-03-07
nohome = ruw-rt|WAL
score = 0 – 22
noaway = ruw|FRA
stadium = Arms Park, Cardiff
code = 79/90/7
----wrugbybox
test# = 435
date = 2004-03-20
nohome = ruw-rt|ENG
score = 53 – 3
noaway = ruw|WAL
stadium = The Stoop, London
code = 96/80/19

wrugbybox
test# = 436
date = 2004-03-20
nohome = ruw-rt|IRE
score = 7 – 8
noaway = ruw|ESP
stadium = Thomond Park, Limerick
code = 57/59/5

wrugbybox
test# = 437
date = 2004-03-21
nohome = ruw-rt|SCO
score = 12 – 16
noaway = ruw|FRA
stadium = Murrayfield
code = 77/91/9
----wrugbybox
test# = 438
date = 2004-03-27
nohome = ruw-rt|FRA
score = 13 – 12
noaway = ruw|ENG
stadium = Bourg-en-Bresse, Lyon
code = 92/97/16

wrugbybox
test# = 439
date = 2004-03-27
nohome = ruw-rt|WAL
score = 7 – 12
noaway = ruw|ESP
stadium = Arms Park, Cardiff
code = 81/60/7

wrugbybox
test# = 440
date = 2004-03-27
nohome = ruw-rt|IRE
score = 0 – 17
noaway = ruw|SCO
stadium = Thomond Park, Limerick
code = 58/78/11

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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