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How social media reacted to Round 4 of the Women’s Six Nations

How social media reacted to Round 4 of the Women’s Six Nations

England continued their imperious form in this year’s Women’s Six Nations and maintained their unbeaten start to the campaign.

Ireland’s game against Italy will have to be rescheduled due to advice from the Irish National Public Health Emergency team about the risk of Covid-19, while Scotland’s match against France was postponed because a Scottish player tested positive for the coronavirus on Friday.

But the only match of the weekend served up a treat in front a record-breaking crowd in Twickenham, the defending champions strutted their stuff with a 66-7 win over Wales.

Here’s how social media reacted to the game and Sunday’s International Women’s Day.

Poppy Cleall and Hannah Botterman had a message for the 10,974 fans who turned out at the Stoop – the highest crowd for a ticketed Red Roses home game not in the World Cup.

After earning her 50th cap and scoring a try, Amy Cokayne shared the moment with her friends and family.

Vicky Fleetwood marvelled at her own acrobatics during England’s victory.

Meanwhile, Wales star Cerys Hale paid tribute to her team-mates on International Women’s Day.

While Welsh captain Siwan Lillicrap also thanked the women in her life.

After their victory, the Red Roses headed to Twickenham to watch the men’s match.