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Clark set to win 100th cap for England Women

Worcester prop Rochelle Clark will become England Women’s joint most capped player of all time on Saturday when she runs out against defending Six Nations champions France at Twickenham Stadium, kick off 7.20pm. The 33-year-old, who made her England debut against Canada in 2003, will join former England hooker Amy Garnett in the history books

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New Zealand win in Atlanta and edge closer to Olympic qualification

A day of sensational rugby in Atlanta finished with New Zealand winning the third round of this year’s series and edging closer to Olympic qualification. The reigning champions beat hosts USA 50-12 in front of a raucous crowd in the sunshine in America’s deep south. Kayla McAlister was named MVP for the tournament. With qualification for

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Atlanta Sevens – Day Two Results

The quarter finals have now all been played and England have been beaten by Russia, Australia suffered a shock defeat to the USA and France were beaten by Canada; New Zealand were untroubled by Brazil.  Results and forthcoming fixtures: Atlanta Sevens – Day two – 15th March 2015 – Results and new Fixtures 19 New Zealand

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