England Women U20s head coach Jo Yapp has made one change to the starting line-up for the match against France Women U20s at Esher RFC on Saturday (KO 3pm). Wasps hooker Hannah West, who has appeared nine times in the Women’s Premiership this term, comes into the side to receive her seventh U20 cap following
Scotland Women Head Coach Shade Munro has made one change for this weekend’s match against France on Saturday 11 February (kick-off 9pm local / 8pm GMT) – live on Scottish Rugby TV. Hooker Lana Skeldon returns to the starting XV to replace Rachel Malcolm, who went off the pitch with an ankle injury last Friday.
Twenty six unanswered second half points secured England Women an opening Six Nations win against France at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday night. The Red Roses were forced to fight back from a 0-13 deficit at half time after France took a convincing lead with tries from Shannon Izar and Gaëlle Mignot as well as a
Marlie Packer scored the decisive try as England got their Old Mutual Wealth Series off to a 10-5 win with victory over France. The Red Roses made early territorial dominance pay in the first half when Amy Cokayne went over from a catch and drive in the 22nd minute, having missed an earlier penalty. and
England scored five second half tries without reply against France as they cruise to victory in Avignon. Five players picked up their first international caps as England Women eased to a fine 36-6 win over France Women. Both sides played their part in an entertaining game, watched by 1000s of fans ahead of England men’s
England women played out a 0-0 draw against France last night at the Keepmoat. The first half France showed their dominance without really threatening Karen Bardsley in goal and England limited them to shots from long range. Despite dominating possession there was no cutting edge in the final third. However, the price for the defensive
England Women’s coach Chris Chapman has selected his 19-player squad to travel to Avignon on Saturday, October 22 to take on France Women at Parc des Sports (3.30pm CET) as part of an international curtain-raiser to Wayne Bennett’s England squad’s Test against France. Bradford Bulls and Featherstone Rovers dominate the squad, with seven members each,
England Women U20 suffered a 22-12 defeat at the Stade Jacques Couvret in France on Saturday despite taking the lead by half time. The side put up a strong performance to score their first points in France since 2010 and Abigail Dow ran the full length of the pitch to score a try after 18 minutes.
England Women Lead Coach Scott Bemand has named his squad to take on France and seek to land the Six Nations Grand Slam on Friday night. England are four from four in the Six Nations but with France two points behind in second, there is all to play for at the Stade de la Rabine
Scotland Women Head Coach Shade Munro has brought in fresh legs and shuffled the squad ahead of the France fixture at Broadwood Stadium in Cumbernauld this Friday (11 March, kick-off 6pm). Murrayfield Wanderers duo Lisa Robertson and Helen Nelson have joined the squad and could feature for the first time in this year’s Women’s Six