Georgina Gulliver cannot deny Ireland Six Nations victory over England Women
Bath’s Georgina Gulliver was unable to prevent England Women from falling to a heavy 25-0 defeat against Ireland in the Six Nations at Ashbourne yesterday.
The former St John’s Primary, St Gregory’s and Oldfield schools pupil was only introduced as a scrum-half replacement late in the second half, with the home side already having scored all of their points.
Alison Miller grabbed a well-taken hat-trick for the Irish, with Niamh Briggs also crossing the whitewash and adding five points with the boot.
England head coach Gary Street said: “We’re obviously massively disappointed with the result, but Ireland were excellent – they dominated us.
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“They upped their game from last week and we just couldn’t deal with it. We’ll look at the video of this one and then move on and put all of our focus on the France game.”
England will get their bid to reclaim the title back on track against France at Twickenham on Saturday, February 23, following the men’s match.