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Two Semi-Finals

Saracens v Wasps – Allianz Park 13 April If we felt sorry for Sarries losing three Red Roses to injury (Vicky Fleetwood, Bryony Cleall and Marlie Packer), we should note the eleven (11!) who strode out to put Wasps in their place. It took them nearly 20 minutes to get off the mark, but it was

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Source: World Rugby

Looking ahead to the new Super Series

USA Rugby has really gone upmarket on the latest version of the Super Series. Gathering together the top five ranked nations means this tournament represents the biggest showcase for women’s 15s rugby ever staged outside the World Cup. And it helps to bridge that lengthy four-year gap. For three of the competitors, Canada, New Zealand

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England Women Sevens squad named for Kitakyushu Sevens

England Women Sevens head coach James Bailey has named his 12-player squad for the HSBC Kitakyushu Sevens on 20-21 April, streamed live via WorldRugby.org. After missing Sydney and Hamilton earlier this season through injury, Ellie Kildunne will make her return in Japan this weekend. Having progressed through the England Women pathway to earn a contract

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Source: World Rugby

World Rugby announces new Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 Qualification Pathway

World Rugby has confirmed an exciting new qualification pathway for Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 which has universality and opportunity at heart. The pathway for teams who have not automatically qualified, offers opportunities for more unions to secure a place at the Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 with the addition of a Repechage tournament for

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