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Jaz hands GB back-to-back wins

The women’s Fast Four competition followed the same pattern as Vancouver with Great Britain defeating USA in the final and Canada proving too strong for an improving Mexico in the third place play-off. Jasmine Joyce showed just why she is one of the most talked-about players in world rugby right now with another impressive showing.

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Fast Four moves on to Edmonton

Great Britain women will be aiming to repeat their HSBC Canada Sevens triumphs achieved in Vancouver last weekend, but will face stiff competition over two days of intense action as a Series event is contested for the first time at Commonwealth Stadium on 25-26 September. There is a strong line-up for the women’s Fast Four

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Vancouver Fast Four Sevens – Day Two

‘Semi-final’ GB v Mexico A ‘semi’ only by the terms of the tournament – there were only four teams involved. Mexico continued their much improved form to make GB work hard in the opening stages. But the moment the top seeds turned over possession, Grace Crompton again showed her qualities, scooting away untouched down the

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Vancouver Fast Four Sevens – First Day

Team GB made a highly encouraging start to their campaign. They eased into things with a victory over Mexico, but Mexico showed how far they have advanced since they last met at the Quest for Gold in Los Angeles. Last time it was a 76-0 thrashing, but in the covered BC Place Stadium GB had

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A New-Look GB Sevens Squad

Scott Forrest ha announced the 13 players who will take part in the Canadian Fast Four tournament starting this week. They include some surprises: Abbie Brown (co-captain) Megan Jones (co-captain) Abi Burton Alicia Maude Amy Wilson Hardy Celia Quansah Chantelle Miell Emma Uren Grace Crompton Heather Cowell Jasmine Joyce Jodie Ounsley Shona Campbell The new

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Team GB off to winning start

Opening match wins for Australia, Canada, France, Great Britain, New Zealand and the USA at Tokyo Stadium in first session of women’s rugby sevens competition Reigning Olympic Champions Australia begin campaign with a 48-0 win against hosts Japan. Top seeds New Zealand start their quest for a first Olympic sevens gold medal with a 29-7

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GB Sevens complete a Tournament at last

Two months before the Olympics are due, the GB Sevens teams finally got a tournament going. Now calls are growing louder for the games to be called off. A Three-Way Tournament The three-day tournament at St George’s Park Staffordshire, home of the FA, was a hastily arranged affair, designed primarily to offer Team GB the

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