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England Women Sevens squad named for Hamilton

Head coach Charlie Hayter has named his 13-player England women sevens travelling squad for the HSBC New Zealand Sevens [25-26 January]. The group are boosted by the return of Sydney Gregson and Ellie Kildunne following lengthy injury lay-offs and both are in line for their first appearances of the series. Meanwhile, Saracens’ Georgie Lingham also

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England Women bow out at quarter-final stage

England Women bowed out of the Cape Town Sevens at the quarter-final stage after a 26-21 defeat to New Zealand. Skipper Abbie Brown gave England the perfect start before Kelly Brazier levelled for the side who secured gold in Dubai. Despite having Deborah Fleming cautioned and sent to the sin bin, Amy Wilson Hardy’s double

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New Zealand win first ever HSBC Cape Town Sevens

New Zealand were crowned the inaugural HSBC Cape Town Sevens champions after beating long-time rivals Australia 17-7 in the final on 15 December. The success, their 24th in 40 events since the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series began in 2012-13, follows hot on the heels of another historic victory in Dubai last weekend, when the

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England Women progress to Cup quarter-finals

England Women Sevens will take on New Zealand in the Cup quarters of the Cape Town 7s on Sunday, (KO 8.56am live on Sky Sports Action). It was a tough opening day as they were defeated 32-0 by Australia on Friday, while day two saw Charlie Hayter’s side beaten against a strong and ever-emerging USA, before

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