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Captains ready for HSBC Canada Women’s Sevens

Twelve captains gathered today at the historic Hatley Castle in Victoria ahead of an exciting weekend of rugby at the penultimate round of the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series in Langford, Canada. Westhills Stadium plays host to the HSBC Canada Women’s Sevens 2018 on 12-13 May with New Zealand looking to retain the title

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England make four changes for Langford Sevens

England Women Sevens head coach James Bailey has made four changes to the England Sevens side that will play in the fourth leg of the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series in Langford, Canada on 12-13 May (streamed live via WorldRugby.org). Olivia Jones, Chantelle Miell, Katie Mason and Sarah McKenna re-join the squad alongside Kelly

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England Women sevens ready for Kitakyushu

England Women head coach James Bailey has made two changes to the squad that secured bronze at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast for the third leg of the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens series in Kitakyushu, Japan 21-22 April  (live via WorldRugby.org). Commonwealth Games travelling reserve Vicky Fleetwood comes into the playing squad with Millie

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Lightning’s Meg Jones named in Commonwealth 7s Squad

Team England head coach James Bailey has named his squad that will compete at the inaugural women’s rugby sevens tournament at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast, Australia (13th – 15th April) which includes current Loughborough Lightning player Meg Jones and ex Loughborough student Claire Allan. Jones will travel to Brisbane in the forthcoming

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