Source: ECB

Emma Lamb injury update

Emma Lamb has undergone surgery on a lower back injury. Following a recovery period, opening batter Lamb will now begin her rehabilitation with the ECB and Thunder medical teams. With thanks to the ECB


Source: Harlequins

Harlequins side to face Leicester Tigers

Harlequins Head Coach Amy Turner has made three changes to her side to face Leicester Tigers at Welford Road, as two of English rugby’s most historic clubs face each other for the first time in the Women’s game. One change to the front-row sees Silvia Turani return to the Starting XV at prop alongside the

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Source: Loughborough Lightning

Wells to make Lightning debut against Gloucester-Hartpury

Catherine Wells will make her Loughborough Lightning debut in this weekend’s Allianz Premiership Women’s Rugby clash with Gloucester-Hartpury. Head coach Nathan Smith has selected the England Under-20s prop to start at loosehead for Saturday’s showdown with the reigning Allianz PWR champions at the Alpas Arena (kick-off: 2pm). The 21-year-old joined Lightning in December as she

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Source: Harlequins

Harlequins Name Women’s Big Game Squad

Harlequins Women have named their side to face Gloucester-Hartpury at Twickenham Stadium in Big Game 15. Head Coach Amy Turner makes five changes to the side that fell short to Exeter Chiefs three weeks ago at The Stoop, as Quins look to rebuild momentum going into the new year. In the front-row, Red Roses hooker

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Source: Loughborough Lightning

Lightning make one change for Exeter Chiefs as Rowland returns

Loughborough Lighting have made just one change to their starting line-up as they take on Exeter Chiefs this weekend at cinch Stadium at Franklin’s Gardens. England international Helena Rowland returns at outside centre for Saturday’s Allianz Premiership Women’s Rugby Round 6 encounter (kick-off: 2pm), but otherwise head coach Nathan Smith has stuck with the run-out

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Source: Clare Plowright

Inspiring Positive Change

The Football Association has today provided an update on the progress made across its women’s and girls’ game strategy – Inspiring Positive Change – since it launched in October 2020. The strategy aimed to create a sustainable future for women’s and girls’ football in England through eight transformational objectives to be achieved by 2024. Following

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