Source: Nick Heath

The Newbies put in their Place

Allianz Premier 15s Final – Saracens v Exeter Chiefs Sixways, Worcester This was a very different Sarries side from the one that let in 50 points at Sandy Park recently. For one thing, they had Marlie Packer and Poppy Cleall firing on all cylinders, and few sides in the world know how to deal with

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Allianz Premier 15s: broadcast details

The RFU has confirmed the Allianz Premier 15s final at Sixways Stadium will be broadcast live on BT Sport, BBC iPlayer and The top four teams in the competition will progress to semi-final play-offs, played at the home ground of the top two teams on Sunday 22 May KOs 2pm and 4.30pm (broadcast live

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The Red Roses clinch the title

The Red Roses clinched their third consecutive Women’s Six Nations title after beating France Women 10-6 at The Stoop. Simon Middleton’s charges overcame Scotland and Italy earlier in the competition before registering a solitary try and penalty against Les Bleues at the home of Harlequins, their eighth successive win over France, and fourteenth without loss

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Source: RFU

Saracens Women win Tyrrells Premier 15s final

Saracens Women retained their Tyrrells Premier 15s title after a 33-17 win over Harlequins Ladies at Franklin’s Gardens in Northampton. In front of 2,590 fans in the east Midlands, Saracens were ahead inside three minutes when Red Roses No 8 Poppy Cleall dived over from close range. They doubled their score inside ten minutes when

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Blue is the colour

It is always with a buzz of excitement that I approach the environs of Wembley Stadium and today more so than ever.  Today the Women’s FA Cup Final would be held at football’s bastion for the first time ever.  Notts County and Chelsea were both competing to win the FA Cup for the first time

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Source: The FA

Cyprus Cup 9 March 2015 – Update

With Steph Houghton ruled out with injury Karen Bardsley took the Captain’s armband for today’s match against the Netherlands. Eni Aluko scored to bring up a 1-1 scoreline and ensure that England finished top of their group. England now go on to play Canada in the final on Wednesday 11 March, with the hope of

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