Source: England Rugby

England squad for 6 Nations combines experience with new faces

Experienced names will complement a host of fresh talent within the 23-player England squad named to take on Scotland this Friday. Many of those named within the line-up gained valuable international experience last year, while four potential new caps start on the bench. Returning after time out from the England squad are Emily Braund, who will

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Source: England Rugby

Final training camp for England women 6 Nations

Thirty four players are attending a final training camp before the squad is announced for the 6 Nations clash against Scotland. Rochelle Clark Worcester Amy Cockayne Lichfield Heather Kerr DMP Sharks Emily Braun Lichfield Abbie Scott DMP Sharks Harriet Millar-Mills Lichfield Hannah Gallagher Saracens Sarah Hunter Bristol Latoya Mason DMP Sharks Amber Reed Bristol Katie Mason

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Source: England Rugby

RBS 6 Nations Women’s Rugby – Fixtures & Results 2016

Rugby Women 6 Nations – 2016 – France win the 6 Nations beating England 17-12 in the deciding match on 18 March. Friday 5th February Scotland Women 0-32 England Women Saturday 6th February Ireland Women 21-3 Wales Women France Women 39-0 Italy Women Friday 12th February Italy Women 24-33 England Women Saturday 13th February France Women 18-6 Ireland Women Sunday

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Source: World Rugby

World Rugby announces match officials for Women’s Six Nations

World Rugby has announced the match official appointments for the Women’s Six Nations 2016, which gets underway in February.  Appointments were made by the World Rugby Match Official Selection Committee at its recent meeting and follow a detailed review of all recent performances. The championship opener between Scotland and England on Friday, 5 February will

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Source: rugbymatters.net

Clark set to win 100th cap for England Women

Worcester prop Rochelle Clark will become England Women’s joint most capped player of all time on Saturday when she runs out against defending Six Nations champions France at Twickenham Stadium, kick off 7.20pm. The 33-year-old, who made her England debut against Canada in 2003, will join former England hooker Amy Garnett in the history books

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