Source: Balint Hamvas for FA

Neville opts for experience

Phil Neville has named an experienced England squad for the final two matches of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup qualifying campaign. The Lionesses must avoid defeat away at Group 1 leaders Wales on Friday 31 August to keep their hopes of automatic qualification alive. A victory for either side in Newport would take the

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Source: England Hockey

England knocked out of the World Cup

Goals from Laurien Leurink and Lidewij Welten saw the Netherlands past Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup hosts England and progress into the semi-finals. England battled hard against the number one side in the world and went behind on the stroke of the first break as Welten ran onto a through ball and slotted past Hinch.

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England through to World Cup quarter-finals

Goals from Lily Owsley and Sophie Bray guided England to a 2-0 win over Korea to progress to the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup quarter-finals. England will now face the world number one side the Netherlands on Thursday night at 8.15pm in front of another sell out crowd of 10,000 at Lee Valley Hockey and

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Source: England Hockey

Alex Danson’s goal earns England a draw

– Danson marks 200th England appearance with fine solo goal – England captain also equals all-time Great Britain and England goals record – Next up for England at the Vitality Hockey Women’s Cup are Ireland at 8pm on Sunday Alex Danson netted her 62nd England goal on her 200th appearance for her country as the

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Source: RFU

Canterbury unveil new England Rugby kit

Rugby specialist and kit provider Canterbury has revealed the new 2018/2019 England Rugby training kit range. The new training kit will be worn by England men’s and women’s players, coaches and team management, as they prepare for the Quilter Internationals in November 2018.  To celebrate the launch of the new kit and the recently re-opened

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Source: ECB

The International Season 2018 – A Review

It has been a breathless summer for England’s women cricketers. Almost unbroken sunshine is fine for sprawling spectators; not so much fun for labouring fielders and bowlers. A carefully choreographed campaign involved two visiting nations, South Africa and New Zealand. At stake were points in the new World Series, world rankings and team and personal

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