France landed the dreaded wooden spoon for the first time since 1999 despite beating Scotland 23-16 at the Stade de France on Saturday in their final Six Nations match.
France's left wing Maxime Medard scores a try during their Six Nations International Rugby Union match against Scotland at the Stade de France, in Saint-Denis, near Paris on March 16, 2013. France beat Scotland 23-16 in the final Six Nations match of the season at the Stade de France.
Second-half tries by Wesley Fofana and Maxime Medard saw them to their first win of the tournament, but a late try by Tim Visser reduced the margin and that left them rock bottom because of a worse points difference to Ireland.
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