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England name Women’s Sevens squad for Malaga

Head coach James Rodwell has named his England Women Sevens squad for the forthcoming HSBC World Sevens Series tournament in Malaga (21-23 January and live on www.World.Rugby). Drawn in Pool C, England face France, Russia and Brazil at Estadio Ciudad de Málaga. Abbie Brown and Megan Jones will co-captain the group with Abi Burton, Grace

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Charlie Hayter appointed Women’s and Sevens Performance Manager

Charlie Hayter appointed Women’s and Sevens Performance Manager and Emma Mitchell joins as Performance Consultant for the women’s game  Hayter will oversee the management of the women’s XVs game at international and domestic level as well as the returning men’s and women’s England Sevens programmes. He will work closely with the Red Roses, England women’s

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HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series heads to Spain

Following a thrilling double header at the HSBC Dubai Sevens, which saw South Africa men and Australia women take home the silverware, attention now turns to Spain where Malaga will host the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series for the first time. Taking place on 21-23 January, Spain prepares to make its debut as a host

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England Sevens programme update

The RFU has announced the England Sevens programme structure for 2022. England Sevens return to the World Series in both the men’s and women’s competition in Malaga (21-23 January) after Great Britain Sevens competed in the opening two rounds in Dubai, as part of the standing agreement to play the calendar year 2021. The squads

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Australia win sevens gold in Dubai

Rio 2016 Olympic gold medallists Australia crowned women’s champions, with Fiji taking silver and France bronze Brazil impress with a record high sixth place finish in highly competitive women’s event The Series continues with the second round in Dubai on 3-4 December as fans return to the Sevens Stadium Australia were dominant in the women’s

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GB and Australia star in Dubai

Australia and Great Britain women claim perfect win records, while France and Fiji – Olympic silver and bronze medallists respectively – top pools having played an extra game Brazil and Russia impress with landmark victories in women’s event demonstrating increasing competitiveness Watch finals day live from 09:00 local time (GMT+4) on Saturday here The fast-paced, end-to-end

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