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Awards night brings down curtain on Sevens Series

The HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2018 Awards in Paris brought a fitting end to an enthralling season which saw South Africa and Australia crowned men’s and women’s series champions respectively. It has been one of the most competitive seasons on record as both the women’s and men’s series were decided by just two-point differences.

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Captains ready for Paris Sevens

Sixteen men’s and 12 women’s captains lined up side-by-side today in front of the famous ‘Thinker’ sculpture at the Rodin Museum in Paris ahead of the final round of the men’s and women’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series. The Jean Bouin Stadium will host three days of thrilling rugby sevens action from 8-10 June as

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England Women Sevens squad named for Paris

James Bailey has named his 12-player squad for the final leg of the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series which takes place in Paris from 8-9 June (live on Sky Sports and live stream via WorldRugby.org). Abbie Brown will captain the side which includes a number of players who contributed towards England’s bronze medal success

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England make four changes for Langford Sevens

England Women Sevens head coach James Bailey has made four changes to the England Sevens side that will play in the fourth leg of the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series in Langford, Canada on 12-13 May (streamed live via WorldRugby.org). Olivia Jones, Chantelle Miell, Katie Mason and Sarah McKenna re-join the squad alongside Kelly

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New Zealand retain HSBC Kitakyushu Sevens title

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

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England Women Sevens finish seventh in Kitakyushu

England Women Sevens finished seventh at HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series in Kitakyushu after beating China in the seventh place play-off. In today’s knockout stages, England lost narrowly 5-7 to Spain in the Cup quarter-final, and were then beaten 0-41 by Russia. James Bailey’s side recovered to win 36-5 against China in the seventh

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England to play Spain in Cup quarter-final

England Women Sevens finished third in Pool C at the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series in Kitakyushu, Japan. They will now face Spain in the Cup quarter-final. A week on from winning a bronze medal at the Commonwealth Games in Australia, England opened with a 10-17 loss against Russia, before facing Canada, who they beat

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