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Second Quilters International – The Last Line-up before 6 Nations

Second Quilters International – England v Italy Bedford – The Last Line-up before 6 Nations In line with his long-term policy Simon Middleton has made many changes to his starting XV for the last autumn international of 2019. In come Shaunagh Brown, Poppy Cleall, Vicky Fleetwood, Emily Scott and Claudia Macdonald. On the bench there’s

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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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GB Rugby Sevens coaching structure confirmed

Great Britain Rugby Sevens have confirmed the wider coaching structure for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. James Rodwell will assist Simon Amor in the men’s programme while Charlie Hayter will work alongside women’s head coach Scott Forrest. Rodwell, the most capped rugby sevens player of all time, was a pivotal member of the Team GB

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China women qualify for Tokyo 2020

Sean Horan, New Zealand women’s silver medal-winning coach at Rio 2016, is set to lead another side at an Olympic Games after his new charges China used their recent HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series experience to overpower a largely youthful Hong Kong team and win the Asia Rugby qualification tournament on home soil in Guangzhou,

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