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Simon Middleton springs a few surprises in 6 Nations squad

Simon Middleton has sprung a few surprises in his squad to compete in the 2020 version of the Six Nations: The Squad: Sarah Hunter (Loughborough Lightning, 119 caps, captain) Zoe Aldcroft (Gloucester-Hartpury, 16 caps) Sarah Beckett (Harlequins, 13 caps) Sarah Bern (Bristol Bears, 31 caps) Hannah Botterman (Saracens, 17 caps) Jess Breach (Harlequins, 10 caps)

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England v Italy – No Concessions!

Six Nations – Round 4 – England v Italy, Sandy Park Exeter The moment Simon Middleton announced his side to meet the Italians, we could see the outline of a potential XV to take the World Cup in two year’s time. Little room for sentiment here – the contracted players who have been mere extras

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Six Nations Round 4 – Setting Targets

As the 6 Nations moves towards its climax, each of the sides will be setting targets. For Scotland it’s simply a matter of continuing their upward progress. They have home advantage as they take on Wales and can take inspiration from their 2017 win 15-14. Wales travel north to Glasgow buoyed by a defiant performance

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Red Roses 2019 Six Nations fixtures

The Women’s 2019 Six Nations fixtures have been confirmed with England playing three home games, including a first for the side at Sandy Park, Exeter. All five of the Red Roses Tests will be broadcast live on Sky Sports in the first fixtures for the side since turning fully professional on 1 January. The schedule

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