Scotland’s Wright to miss Women’s Six Nations after three-game banon April 6, 2021 at 8:24 pm

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Scotland front row forward Molly Wright will miss the rest of the Women’s Six Nations after being given a three-match ban for her red card against England.

Molly Wright

Wright was dismissed for a high tackle on Vickii Cornborough shortly after coming on in Saturday’s opening 52-10 loss in Doncaster.

Her “clear remorse” led to the ban being halved at a disciplinary hearing.

She will miss the game against Italy on 17 April and the fixture a week later against an opponent to be confirmed.

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