By SAM JACKSON
THE delayed Women’s Six Nations will be played in a reduced format across four weekends in April.
Rather than play each of the other teams in a roundrobin, countries will be split into two pools and play two group games before a finals weekend.
“The fact the tournament is going ahead is a really positive thing,” said England captain Sarah Hunter. “In these strange times it could have been easy to say we just wouldn’t have it.”
The team that finishes first in pool A will face the side who finish top of pool B to decide the Six Nations champions, with other teams playing the sid...
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