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Women's Six NationsStandings

Uncover the latest Women’s Six Nations standings here at RugbyPass. No matter whether you want to know which nation is currently topping the table or who is in the race for the ‘wooden spoon’, all the information you need is included in our handy Women’s Six Nations table below.

Standings Table

Women's Six Nations

P
W
L
D
PF
PA
PD
BP T
BP-7
BP
Total
1
England Women's
5
5
0
0
270
41
229
5
0
5
28
2
France Women's
5
4
1
0
152
79
73
3
0
3
19
3
Ireland Women's
5
2
3
0
99
170
-71
1
1
2
10
4
Scotland Women's
5
2
3
0
54
104
-50
0
1
1
9
5
Italy Women's
5
1
4
0
72
146
-74
1
2
3
7
6
Wales Women's
5
1
4
0
55
162
-107
0
1
1
5

Who will win Women's Six Nations 2024?

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France Women's
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Ireland Women's
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Italy Women's
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Scotland Women's
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Wales Women's

Using Our Women’s Six Nations Table 

Our Women’s Six Nations table is your go-to source for all of the latest results and current standings. To make things as easy as possible for you, our rugby gurus have distilled all the information you need to know into one handy graphic. No matter whether you’re looking for total points, bonus points or points scored, all the info you need is right here.

From the first round of action all of the way through to the fifth, our Six Nations table will show you exactly how each team is performing. Plus, you can also use the filter at the top of the page and scroll back through previous years. This way, you can see exactly how each team is performing against their expectations. 

Calculating the Six Nations Standings

The Women’s Six Nations standings are calculated using the standard rugby union points system. This means that teams can earn four points for a win or two points for a draw. Added to this, bonus points are also up for grabs in each match, with one point awarded to a team that scores four or more tries, or to a team that loses by seven or fewer points. What’s more, three additional points are awarded to the team that wins all five of their matches to claim the Grand Slam title.

If two or more teams are tied on points at the end of the tournament, the team with the better points difference is ranked higher. If the teams cannot be separated by this metric, then the team that scores the higher number of total tries (including penalty tries) in their matches is ranked higher.

If the teams still cannot be separated, then those teams will be placed at equal rank. This means that, if the tournament has concluded and more than one team is placed first, then the title is shared.

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