Source: Martin Seras Lima/World Rugby

GB Rugby Sevens Women come together for training programme

Team GB’s Rugby Women Sevens preparations have started in earnest with players from Wales, Scotland and England coming together for a three-month training programme in Guildford. The WRU and SRU have nominated two players each to join England’s training base at Surrey Sports Park to train full time. Laurie Harries and Jasmine Joyce from Wales

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Source: Women's Rugby League

Leigh Miners win the Plate in Women’s Rugby League Grand Finals

Bradford Bulls Provident Stadium played host to this years Women’s Grand Finals and the first match of the day saw Leigh Miners beat Brighouse Rangers 30-8 in the Plate Final. The first telling break of the match came from Leigh’s Georgia Sutherland when she burst through the midfield but the Brighouse defence scrambled to stop the

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Source: Thatto Heath

Thatto Heath – Grand Final Champions!

The final game of the Women’s Grand Finals was for the Championship title, Thatto Heath took on Featherstone Rovers running out 18-12 Featherstone Rovers winners in a gripping end to the Women’s rugby league season. The match started brightly, inside the opening minute Thatto’s Jenny Welsby made the first break before Jodie Cunningham (player of the match)

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Source: Richmond Ladies

Richmond continue their unbeaten run

Richmond beat Worcester Ladies 41-10 this Sunday, meaning that they have won all four of their matches this season. This weekend also marks the 1st teams’s 450th competitive win in the club’s history. Worcester kicked off, and soon reached Richmond’s twenty-two, where they were awarded a line-out. Richmond responded with good defensive pressure, but were

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Source: Lichfield Ladies RFC

Spirited performance from Lichfield against Saracens

Saracens Women  24-15   Lichfield Ladies Lichfield Ladies travelled to Allianz Park to play against last season’s champions Saracens in Round 4 of this season’s fixtures. Lichfield started the game very strongly and spent most of the first 30 minutes camped in Saracens half, dominating all aspects of the game – particularly the scrum and

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