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University of Bath graduate Amy Wilson Hardy on song in Atlanta

University of Bath graduate Amy Wilson Hardy helped England Women finish a fine third in the World Rugby HSBC Women’s Sevens Series in Atlanta, United States, as the countdown to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games continued. The Bristol RFC centre, who completed an Integrated Mechanical and Electrical Engineering course last summer, gave England a flying

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Atlanta 7s Day One

A strong England side set the pace on day one, with captain Emily Scarratt leading from the front to claim victories over Australia, Fiji and Colombia in Pool A. Canada emerged top of a tough pool B, beating France, Russia and Ireland, while a weakened New Zealand team, missing regular finishers Huriana Manuel, Kayla McAlister and

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New Zealand win in Atlanta and edge closer to Olympic qualification

A day of sensational rugby in Atlanta finished with New Zealand winning the third round of this year’s series and edging closer to Olympic qualification. The reigning champions beat hosts USA 50-12 in front of a raucous crowd in the sunshine in America’s deep south. Kayla McAlister was named MVP for the tournament. With qualification for

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Atlanta Sevens – Day Two Results

The quarter finals have now all been played and England have been beaten by Russia, Australia suffered a shock defeat to the USA and France were beaten by Canada; New Zealand were untroubled by Brazil.  Results and forthcoming fixtures: Atlanta Sevens – Day two – 15th March 2015 – Results and new Fixtures 19 New Zealand

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