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England thrill the crowd at The Stoop

There couldn’t be a starker illustration of the gulf in commitment to women’s sport than with the staging of the London women’s Sevens this weekend at The Stoop. The contrast of this low key affair, to the fanfare showcase event taking place across the road at Twickenham is incredible. How disappointing for all the athletes

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Australia’s women claim London 7s title

In one of the most thrilling finishes to a women series final, Australia claimed round five of this year’s series in London, beating Canada with a last-gasp try in Twickenham. Despite Canada leading 17-5 with just minutes left, Australia battled back to score three times and snatch the win from the Canadians, who, despite being

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England Women through to Quarter Finals of London Sevens Series

England Women Sevens face a tough quarter-final against World Sevens Series leaders New Zealand tomorrow (Saturday) when the tournament resumes at the Twickenham Stoop. England had already beaten South Africa and Russia to secure qualification through to the quarter-final, but Canada put them to the sword to secure top spot in the pool on day

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Source: World Rugby

Women’s World Series Sevens London – Day 1 Fixtures and Results

Pool A – New Zealand, Brazil, France, Spain Pool B – Canada, England, Russia, South Africa Pool C – Australia, USA, Fiji, China Fixtures and Results 12.00     New Zealand 34-0 Brazil 12.22     France 12-5 Spain 12.44     Australia 15-5 Fiji 13.06     USA 40-7 China 13.28     Canada 14-12 Russia 13.50     England 28-7 South Africa 14.44     New Zealand 15-19 Spain (Just to confirm

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Taoiseach opens World Rugby House in Dublin

Taoiseach Mr Enda Kenny TD (Prime Minister of Ireland) and World Rugby Chairman Bernard Lapasset have officially opened the organisation’s new headquarters in Dublin in the presence of World Rugby Council members and other dignitaries. Following the launch of an exciting new logo and brand late last year, the global governing body for rugby has

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Sarah McKenna called up for London Sevens

Saracens’ Sarah McKenna has been called up to replace Alice Richardson in this week’s Sevens World Series event at the Twickenham Stoop and Twickenham Stadium (May 15-16). McKenna, who featured in the last round of the World Series in Canada, comes in for the Richmond fly-half who failed a fitness test this morning. England head

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