Roses make it two wins from two

England Women made it two wins from two in the 2018 Six Nations as they secured a bonus-point 52-0 victory over Wales at the Twickenham Stoop. England were ahead inside the opening 10 minutes when Poppy Cleall crossed following a succession of pick and drives by the forwards. Abigail Dow crossed for England’s second, before

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Wales Women name team to face England

Wales have named their team for this Saturday’s visit to the Twickenham Stoop to face England in the Women’s Six Nations (12:15). Experienced duo Elinor Snowsill (fullback) and Sioned Harries (number eight), fresh from their outing in the Super 7s Rugby competition in Brisbane, come straight into the starting line-up. Harries will earn her 50th

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2018 Women’s 6 Nations fixtures and results

Wins for England, Wales and France on the opening weekend of the Women’s 6 Nations.  All scores listed below: Round 1 Friday 2 February 2018    18:00     Wales                     18 – 17           Scotland Women Saturday 3 February 2018        21:00     France Women    24 – 0     

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Six uncapped players named in Wales’ squad

Six uncapped players have been named in Wales’ squad for this Friday’s Women’s Six Nations match against Scotland in Colwyn Bay (18:00). Four of those players are in the starting line-up, with lock Natalia John (Ospreys), openside Beth Lewis (Scarlets), scrum-half Jade Knight (Scarlets) and wing Hannah Bluck (Cardiff Blues) all set to earn their

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England women prepare for 6 Nations

England Women convened today for their final week-long training camp at Bisham Abbey ahead of the Six Nations opening Test against Italy in Stadio Mirabello (KO 17:30 GMT, Live Sky Sports). Simon Middleton, England head coach said: “This is an important camp in terms preparation for our opening game. We are under no illusions around

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Ciara Griffin named as Ireland Women’s Captain

The Ireland Women’s Management team are pleased to announce that Munster and UL Bohemian flanker Ciara Griffin has been confirmed as the new Ireland Women’s Captain. Griffin, who made her Ireland debut in the 2016 Women’s Six Nations against Wales, has been capped 17 times for her country, and was part of the Munster side

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