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  1. France started game third in table, four points ahead of Ireland in fourth
  2. Result: Ireland 17-47 France
  3. France's Romaine Ménager sent off in 59th minute
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  1. France and Ireland's Six Nations so far

    Ireland v France (19:00 GMT)

    France thrashed Scotland 41-10 in round three of the 2019 Women’s Six Nations. A hat-trick for Gabrielle Vernier helped the 2018 Grand Slam champions bounce back from a 41-26 defeat against England.

    The third round saw Ireland suffer the second defeat of their campaign, narrowly beaten by Italy 29-27 in a game that had six first-half tries. A bonus-point victory against Scotland is their only win in the tournament so far.

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    Video caption: 'What a night for the 21-year-old' - Gabrielle Vernier hat-trick sinks Scotland
  2. How can I watch Ireland v France?

    You can watch all the action from the Women’s Six Nations match between Ireland and France live on Connected TV, BBC iPlayer, or at the top of this page, with coverage starting at 18:45 GMT.

    You can also watch highlights of all of the weekend’s action from the women’s competition on BBC One from 23:35 GMT on Sunday, 10 March.

  3. Get Inspired: How to get into Rugby Union

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    Video caption: Southport Ladies: ‘My other half said I couldn’t play rugby. I’m better than he is!’

    If you enjoy being active and want to build your fitness and strength then rugby union is the sport for you.

    From scrummaging and tackling, to sprinting with the ball, rugby can be a high-intensity workout that will boost both your fitness and your strength.

    The growing popularity of women's rugby in the UK can be seen through the success of the England team at the 2014 World Cup.

    It is incredibly popular at universities, and women's rugby clubs around the country are always looking for enthusiastic players and the next new pool of talent.

    Find your local club in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to give it a go. Or if you want a bit more information head to our handy guide here.