Source: England Rugby

Rugby Europe Women Sevens Grand Prix – Malemort (FR)

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Russia were champions of the Rugby Europe Women’s Sevens – Grand Prix which took place with weekend in Malemort.  France runners up and Great Britain Lions third.  The pools, and all the results from the two day tournament are below.

Great Britain fielded two sides: Lions (England) and Royals (Wales).

The twelve teams were split into three pools as below.

Pools A: France, Spain, Netherlands, Finland
Pool B: Russia, Great Britain Royals, Portugal, Ukraine
Pool C: Great Britain Lions, Ireland, Italy, Belgium

GB Lions Squad: Abbie Brown, Natasha Brennan, Lotte Clapp, Lauren Cattell, Deborah Fleming, Katie Mason, Lucy Nye, Katy Mclean, Kelly Smith, Amy Wilson Hardy (C), Millie Wood, Rachael Woosey

GB Royals Squad: Elinor Snowsill (C), Sian Williams, Dyddgu Howell, Rhi Parker, Shona Powell Hughes, Jess Kavanagh-Williams, Elen Evans, Keira Bevan, Gemma Rowland, Sinead Breeze, Hannah Jones, Alisha Butchers

Sunday 25 September

Cup Finals

1st/2nd France 5-26 Russia

3rd/4th Ireland 5-12 Great Britain Lions

Plate Finals

5th/6th Great Britain Royals 0-10 Netherlands

7th/8th Belgium 14-19 Spain

Bowl Finals:

9th/10th Finland 0-34 Italy

11th/12th Portugal 22-5 Ukraine

Cup Semi Finals

France 22 – 19 Great Britain Lions

Russia 27-5 Ireland

Cup Quarter Finals:

France 31-7 Belgium

Russia 21-0 Netherlands

Ireland 26-0 Spain

Great Britain Royals 5-14 Great Britain Lions


Plate Semi Finals

Belgium 7-29 Great Britain Royals

Netherlands 24-5 Spain


Bowl Semi Finals:

23 10.28 Portugal 12-19 Finland

24 10.50 Italy 14-7 Ukraine

Pool Fixtures Results:

1 Great Britain Lions 21-12 Belgium
2 Ireland 12-12 Italy
3 Russia 51-0 Ukraine
4 Great Britain Royals 19-0 Portugal
5 Spain 12-7 Netherlands
6 France 53-0 Finland
7 Great Britain Lions 14-12 Italy
8 Ireland 12-5 Belgium
9 Russia 59-0 Portugal
10 Great Britain Royals 37-5 Ukraine
11 Spain 29-0 Finland
12 France 33-0 Netherlands
13 Italy 5-7 Belgium
14 Great Britain Lions 5-27 Ireland
15 Portugal 24-21 Ukraine
16 Russia 38-0 Great Britain Royals
17 Netherlands 36-0 Finland
18 France 26-14 Spain

Results will be updated throughout the day.