Source: Ryan Hiscott/JMP

Appleby names Chiefs side to face Harlequins

Exeter Chiefs Women head coach Susie Appleby insists her side have ‘nothing to lose’ ahead of tomorrow’s Allianz Premier 15s clash away to table-topping Harlequins. Although winless so far in their maiden season, Appleby saw plenty of positives again in last weekend’s narrow home defeat to Bristol Bears to give her plenty of encouragement before

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Source: Harlequins

Harlequins Women name team for London derby

Harlequins Women Head Coach Gerard Mullen names team to travel to Wasps Ladies for first London derby of the 2020/21 season In the team’s first away trip to London rivals Wasps Ladies, Head Coach Mullen makes two changes to the starting XV that claimed a ruthless 103-0 victory over DMP Durham Sharks at The Stoop

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Source: Ash Goodchild @sporting_ash21

Round one: Allianz Premier 15s

The first round of the new Allianz Premier 15s season started in fine style as Saracens Women defeated Worcester Warriors Women. Sarries were made to work for the 34-25 win at Allianz Park with multiple lead changes throughout. Two tries from Georgie Lingham helping them to a first win of the new campaign. Jo Yapp’s

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Source: World Rugby

Appleby’s Famous Five

The international invasion of new talent heading into the Exeter Chiefs Women’s ranks show no sign of slowing down after head coach Susie Appleby confirmed the arrival of five new faces. With the Chiefs set to kick-off their first-ever Allianz Premier 15s campaign on Saturday, away to Gloucester-Hartpury, Appleby admits her selection plans have been

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Source: Loughborough Lightning

The Most Momentous Round of Women’s Rugby Yet

Allianz Premier 15s Round One Rugby archivists might consider 16 September 2017 as a red-letter day in the development of the game. The first round of the new women’s elite Tyrrells Premier 15s took place. But the events surrounding this year’s first round may well prove even more historic. The RFU has done well to

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