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Ireland 15-56 France: Women’s Six Nations – as it happened

France proved too strong for spirited hosts in the Pool B decider as they booked their place in next week’s final against England

France set up a Women’s Six Nations final against fierce rivals England with victory in Dublin. Winger Caroline Boujard followed her hat-trick against Wales with a double as Annick Hayraud’s side proved too strong in the Pool B decider.

Fellow French backs Emilie Boulard and Cyrielle Banet crossed over in the first half, with Safi N’Diaye and a penalty try giving the visitors a 38-8 half-time lead. Ireland found some success through their forward line, with Cliodhna Moloney going over from a maul, adding to Hannah Tyrrell’s early penalty.

So that’s it for the action in this match, join me for another Women’s Six Nations match as Scotland take on Italy.

Related: Scotland v Italy: Women’s Six Nations – live!

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