Red Roses back Danielle Waterman has announced her retirement from international rugby with immediate effect at the age of 33. The Wasps Ladies FC full back retires at sixth on the all-time list of England Women’s appearances with her 82 caps. She is also one of the leading Red Roses try scorers, having crossed the
An England Women U18 sevens squad who represented Great Britain U18 were beaten 22-0 by France in the final of Rugby Europe U18 Championship in Vichy. The tournament also doubled up as a Youth Olympic qualifier. A total of 16 teams competed in the qualifier, with France securing a place at the Youth Olympic Games
Karen Findlay and Gary Street have named their matchday squad for their showdown with Saracens Women at Ealing Trailfinders RC on Sunday. It is a star-studded side with Commonwealth bronze-medallist Jess Breach making her return to the 22. Speaking ahead of the final Harlequins Ladies Co-Head Coach Gary Street said: “We are all extremely excited.
Saracens Women have named their side to play Harlequins Ladies in the Tyrrells Premier 15s Final at Ealing Trailfinders on Sunday, kick off 15h00. Rob Cain has made just one change to the starting squad that ran out as winners against GloucesterHartpury in the semi finals with Kat Evans back in at hooker. She is
A 12 player England Women U18 sevens squad will represent a Great Britain U18 side at the Rugby Europe U18 Championship and Youth Olympic qualifiers in Vichy, France 28-29th April (live stream via RugbyEurope.eu). A total of 16 teams will compete in the qualifier, with the winner securing a place at the Youth Olympic Games
England Sevens star Heather Fisher has today been named the latest winner of the RPA’s quarterly Personal Development Award, which is designed to reward and celebrate the off-field development achievements of RPA members taking part in the RPA Personal Development Programme. Heather has shown the same commitment, determination and tenacity off the field that she’s
Bristol Ladies and Red Roses back-row forward, Izzy Noel-Smith, has announced her retirement from rugby. The 29-year-old, who made her England debut in 2011, calls time on a glittering career after winning 42 caps for her country. Izzy’s career highlights include winning two Six Nations Grand Slams, being part of the side that sealed a
Saracens Women captain Charlotte Clapp, head coach Rob Cain, Harlequins Ladies captain Rachael Burford and head coach Gary Street were on hand at today’s Tyrrells Premier 15s final launch at host venue Ealing Trailfinders. Both teams will battle it out for the inaugural Tyrrells Premier 15s title on the 29th April live on Sky Sports.
With less than a hundred days to go to the landmark Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018 the team of referees who will oversee the exhilarating action at the AT&T Park in San Francisco have been named by World Rugby. The group of 19 match officials from 14 nations will take charge of a total of
New Zealand were popular winners with the Japanese crowd after beating first-time Cup finalists France 24-12 to complete a successful defence of the HSBC Kitakyushu Sevens title on Sunday. The two teams had met in the last match of day one with the Black Ferns Sevens running out convincing 38-7 winners at the Mikuni World