France's women's national football team wins its second straight win over New Zealand

France’s women’s national football team wins its second straight win over New Zealand

France’s 15th women’s on Saturday 20 November in Castres signed their second convincing victory in a week against New Zealand (29-7), the world champions.

With less than a year before the next World Cup, to be held in New Zealand, the Blues have concluded their Autumn Series with a clear run, with three successes in three Tests.

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Having easily eliminated South Africa (46-3) in Van on November 6, and then New Zealand black fern (38-13) last week at Pau, they scored four attempts on Saturday, including two for winger Marie O’Reilly Castle, to just one for their opponent. .

At the completely sold-out Pierre Fabre Stadium (11,300 spectators), the French were never worried, they excelled in almost all areas of play, especially in the field of touch.

France will face the 15th men’s team, in turn, against New Zealand on Saturday evening at the Stade de France.

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