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Scotland Women v France Women Postponed

Six Nations have postponed tomorrow’s (Saturday 7 March) Scotland v France Six Nations women’s match at Scotstoun Stadium, Glasgow. This decision has been taken together with Scottish Rugby, the French Rugby Federation (FFR) and Six Nations. The Six Nations CEO has been in constant contact with Scottish Rugby and is in full support of this

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Fly on the Wall at the French Debrief

The French management, Annick Hayraud and Samuel Cherouk, had to hold an intense debrief with the players to find out what happened in the opening minutes of the England game, when they left their aggression and spirit in the changing rooms; then what when wrong in the second half. It was vital to broach these

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The French Starting Line-up revealed

France v England Pau, Sunday 2 February The French have announced their starting XV early, which shows a certain confidence: 15 Trémoulière 14 Boujard 13 Boudaud 12 Vernier 11 Banet 10 Bourdon 9 Sansus 1 Arricastre 2 Sochat 3 Deshayes 4 Forlani 5 Fall 6 Ferer 7 Hermet 8 Ménager R 16 Thomas 17 Traore

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England Women beat France in Exeter

The Red Roses beat France 17-15 in their Quilter International against France Women at Sandy Park in Exeter. In bright autumnal sunshine in front of 9,699 in Devon, England recorded their fourth win in a row against Les Bleues off the back of a 20-10 win in Clermont-Ferrand last weekend, the Red Roses’ first win

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England Women squad update for France test

England Women head coach Simon Middleton has made changes to his squad for tomorrow’s Quilter International against France in Exeter. Heather Kerr will start at hooker as Lark Davies is ruled out through injury. Meanwhile, Bristol Bears Women forward Rownita Marston has joined the squad and joins the finishers at Sandy Park. Updated squad list

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They did it!

France v England – Clermont-Ferrand, 9 November 2019 It’s been a tough struggle, but at last the Red Roses have overcome their great opponents away from home again. Just as significant, this was only France’s second home loss in eighteen games. New Zealand took the first of their two encounters in Toulon in November last

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