ONE lucky Radio 1 listener has been given tickets to the Women's Six Nations title showdown, and it's all thanks to a Keighley native.

Ellie Kildunne plays at full-back for England, and has been recalled to the starting line-up for this weekend's penultimate game, away to Ireland.

Realistically, England and France are the only contenders for the title, with both having won their opening three games by healthy margins.

And they face off against each other in the final round at Twickenham next Saturday (April 29).

England currently sit a point clear at the summit, as France failed to secure a try bonus point in their opening day win away to Italy.

But the Red Roses know that will not matter if the French come to the national stadium and beat them.

Assuming both pull off their expected victories this weekend, with France hosting Wales in Grenoble while England are in Cork, April 29 is set to be a date women's rugby union fans will not want to miss.

That includes 'Abbie', who is the vice-captain of the women's rugby union team at Newcastle University.

She was playing a feature on Greg James' Radio 1 Breakfast Show called 'What's My Age Again'.

James and Keighley native Kildunne asked questions of Abbie, including her favourite childhood song and her first rugby hero, in an attempt to find out how old she is

Eventually, after Abbie had been grilled sufficiently, Kildunne guessed that she was 22, with James saying 19.

It turned out Abbie was 21, so Kildunne took the win, but the real prize for the university student came at the end of the call.

Kildunne told Abbie that a few tickets had been kept to one side for her, so she and the university team can attend that likely title showdown at Twickenham.

It is the first standalone women's match at Twickenham, and is set to break attendance records.

Kildunne will hope to retain her place for that one with a strong performance against Ireland tomorrow.