|Venue:Stade Lille-MetropoleDates:Friday, 30 AprilKick-off:20:00 BST|
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England again row Poppy Cleall has gained the Player of the Championship award after a string of very good shows within the group’s Six Nations title defence.
The 28-year-old was the selection of 62% of the general public vote after being nominated alongside team-mate Zoe Aldcroft and France’s Caroline Boujard.
Cleall scored the one attempt of the sport in England’s final win over France last weekend.
“It’s a huge honour to be named Player of the Championship,” mentioned Cleall.
“I am not only a rugby player but a massive rugby fan and have been in awe of some of the games and moments in this tournament.
“This match has been one-of-a-kind and I hope different feminine rugby gamers and athletes are given the identical alternative to be the most effective they are often.”
Cleall – whose twin sister Bryony is also part of the England squad – won the player of the match award against both Scotland and France in a shortened format for the tournament in which England played three, rather than the usual five, matches.
She made more metres than any other England player (212m) and more carries (41) than anyone else in the tournament.
England play France in Lille on Friday, with Cleall shifting to blind-side flanker to make way for returning captain Sarah Hunter at number eight.