SportWales claimed their second Six Nations title in three years as France were beaten 27-23 at home by Scotland in the last game of the championship on Friday.Rugby - Six Nations Championship - France v Scotland - Stade de France, Saint-Denis, France - March 26, 2021 Scotland's Sam Skinner in action REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
27 Mar 2021 06:15AMShare this contentBookmarkPARIS: Wales claimed their second Six Nations title in three years as France were beaten 27-23 at home by Scotland in the last game of the championship on Friday.Wales, who were denied the Grand Slam after a 32-30 stoppage time defeat by Les Bleus last Saturday, finish with 20 points.
AdvertisementAdvertisementFrance, who needed to win by 21 points with a bonus point to capture the championship, finished second with 16 points. Scotland, who won in Paris for the first time since 1999, ended up fourth on 15 points after a game that had to be rescheduled following a COVID-19 outbreak within the French camp. headtopics.com
Ireland are third ahead of Scotland on points difference and England finish fifth on 10 points with Italy taking the wooden spoon having lost all their matches.(Reporting by Julien Pretot; Editing by Pritha Sarkar) Read more: CNA »
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