Source: Women's Rugby League

Women’s Rugby League Round Up : 13 September 2015

It was a really close affair when Featherstone Rovers hosted Bradford Thunderbirds, in the end the home side had the edge to grab the win 22-16. Featherstone’s Hannah Bairstow led the way with two tries and there were further tries for Emily Rudge and Mags Lowish. Katie Cooper-Birkenhead converted two goals. Bradford battled throughout scoring

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Source: F Wicksell

England win Women’s U18 Rugby 7s Grand Prix Series

England win the 2015 7’s U18 Championship in Liège (Belgium) with a 27-10 victory over Spain in the Final.  All the days fixtures and results are below, together with final standings, and day one results and pools. Day two fixtures and results: Quarter Finals Cup & Plate 10.00 England 46-7 Ireland 10.22 Netherlands 7-10 Portugal 10.44 Spain 24-0 Belgium

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Source: Kate Clements

Women’s Rugby Union Fixtures and Results – 12/13 September 2015

Premiership Richmond Women 61-7 DMP Sharks Lichfield Ladies 13-37 Bristol Ladies Saracens  Women 28-17 Worcester Aylesford Bulls 5-22 Wasps Ladies Championship North Eccles Ladies 57-12 Loughborough Ladies Firwood Waterloo 43-12 Novocastrians Ladies Northwich Ladies 0-72 Camp Hill Ladies West Park Ladies 47-5 West Bridgford Ladies Championship South  Henley Ladies 58-7 Bristol Ladies II Richmond Ladies II 39-19 Cheltenham Ladies Saracens Ladies II 22-10 Hove Ladies Thurrock Ladies

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Source: Firwood Waterloo Ladies

50 consecutive wins for Firwood Waterloo Ladies

On Sunday 6th September Firwood Waterloo Ladies achieved a club record by racking up their fiftieth consecutive Championship North 1 league win. Travelling away to their rivals Loughborough, the ladies were facing last year’s runners up having lost a number of key players over the summer break, a win was not guaranteed. Although the hospitality, as

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Source: Rikki Teml

England Women’s EPS and Under 20s squads announced

The England Women Elite Player Squad (EPS) and England Women Under 20s squad for the 2015-2016 season have today (Wednesday) been announced. The 51-woman EPS sees six new players called up, although only two players are uncapped at international level; Saracens Zira Hanley and Worcester’s Courtney Gill. Lauren Cattell, Rachael Lund, Fiona Pocock and Isabelle Noel-Smith

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Source: Rikki Teml

Ashton Gate welcomes women’s rugby

We were delighted to celebrate #4tlos one year anniversary attending the first ever Bristol Ladies match at Ashton Gate for their season opener v Worcester. Kick off was at 5.15 and it was a beautiful evening as the sun shone on this auspicious occasion.  And the game didn’t disappoint,  Bristol stunned Worcester with a blistering start as

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