England Rugby continue their support for Rainbow Laces campaign

England Rugby will continue their promotion of Stonewall’s Rainbow Laces campaign at Twickenham Stadium this Saturday, with the organisation selected as match day charity for both Quilter Internationals. The campaign will initially be promoted during the men’s international between England and Australia (3.00pm kick off, live on Sky Sports Main Event), as well as during the subsequent Red Roses fixture against

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England Beat India To Reach World T20 Final

England beat India by eight wickets in Antigua to reach the World T20 final. Heather Knight’s team will face Australia on Saturday at 8pm local time (12am GMT, Sunday November 25). After losing the toss England’s spinners performed brilliantly to bowl India out for 112. The wickets were shared around, Heather Knight took 3-9, while Kirstie Gordon

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Katie George Suffers Stress Fracture

England and Hampshire left-arm seamer Katie George has been ruled out of action after scans revealed she has suffered a stress fracture in her lower back. George, 19, made her England debut in both ODI and IT20 cricket in 2018 and impressed with her pace and ability to swing the ball. She was continuing to

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England Women Sevens squad named for Dubai

England Women Sevens head coach James Bailey has named his 12-player squad for the second round of the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series which takes place in Dubai on 29 & 30 November, streamed live on WorldRugby.org. Last year’s RPA Women’s Sevens Player of the Year winner Alex Matthews will make her first appearance

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Red Roses score five tries in win over Canada

England Women sealed a 27-19 victory over Canada, scoring five tries on the way to victory at Doncaster’s Castle Park in the second of their three Quilter Internationals. The Red Roses led 15-7 at the break, outscoring their opponents by three tries to one. Hooker Lark Davies scored two of England’s tries, with Poppy Cleall

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England book place in the last four of ICC World T20

Anya Shrubsole took a hat-trick as England beat South Africa by seven wickets to book their place in the last four of the ICC Women’s World T20. Shrubsole combined with fellow opening bowler Nat Sciver – who recorded the remarkable figures of 4-1-4-3 – and spinners Sophie Ecclestone, Kirstie Gordon and Linsey Smith to dismiss South

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