The RFU have announced that the appeal process has been completed and neither Lichfield Ladies RFC or Thurrock RFC have been successful. The process determined that the original decision was reached in a fair manner (and that was the brief). The appeal process did not consider whether or not the original decision, was correct indeed how
Lichfield Ladies will again be impressively represented in the final games of the Women’s 6 Nations this weekend. England will field four of the team while Scotland will have three amongst their replacements. [There could have been five in the England team but scrum half Natasha (Mo) Hunt is sidelined by injury.] Last time out
While applauding the introduction of Women’s Super Rugby I have to admit to being completely baffled about the way in which this new league had been introduced. I should at this point state that these are my own opinions, that I am not an expert on any sport at all simply a fan; this website
Disrupted by a raft of changes to the team due to illness and injury, it was to be a slow start for the Sharks as a rampant Lichfield attack proved difficult to deal with in the opening exchanges. After just 20 minutes the away side were ahead by 22 unanswered points after an Emily Scarratt
Bristol Ladies fell to their second defeat of the season this afternoon at the hands of Lichfield Ladies. Only four points separated the teams on their last league meeting in a close encounter at Cleve RFC, and a similar game unfolded on the field today. The home side scored two first half tries in the
By Tom Branston Worcester Valkyries missed out on the chance to make it four successive Women’s Premiership wins as Lichfield Ladies claimed a 34-12 victory at Sixways on Saturday. Valkyries led 12-10 at the break courtesy of tries for Alexia Mavroudis and Ceri Large with Rachel Squires and Emily Braund going over for the visitors.
A tough, physical and highly competitive game took place this afternoon at Cleve RFC, and Bristol took their unbeaten run to five out of five. Lichfield Ladies came into the fixture on equal league points, but with Bristol ahead by over 100 on points difference – it was set up to be a brilliant afternoon.
In round 4 of the 2016/17 Women’s Premiership games, Lichfield entertained Aylesford under the floodlights on Saturday evening. With Lichfield keen to preserve their 100% start to the season and Aylesford showing significant improvements since last season, this game was always going to be an exciting encounter. It certainly lived up to its billing with
Lichfield RUFC will be showing their support for Women in Sport with a number of events, for all age groups, beginning this Sunday and finishing off with an invitation to watch a Premiership game as Lichfield Ladies take on Aylesford Bulls. This is a brief itinerary: Sunday 2nd October (1pm – 3:30pm) Junior Pitch
Lichfield RUFC Secure three wins from the ladies section on Sunday: Lichfield Ladies 33 Wasps Ladies 26 Lichfield Ladies 2nd Team 44 – Camp Hill Ladies 0, Champ 1 North Lichfield Ladies U18 19 – Ashfield 7, U18 National Cup In round 3 of the 2016/17 Women’s Premiership games, Lichfield travelled to Wasps with aspirations