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England Women Sevens squad for Rugby Europe Grand Prix Series

James Bailey has named his side for the first leg of the Rugby Europe Women’s Grand Prix Series which kicks off in Malemort, France this weekend (17 – 18 June). With Abbie Brown unavailable through injury (hamstring), the squad includes uncapped England Sevens development player Olivia Jones. Bristol second row Jones has represented England U20

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Canada emerge as the team to beat at Langford

Home favourites Canada look like the team to beat this weekend as the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series reaches the penultimate stage of the season. They have named settled squad that features proven performers like Ghislaine Landry, Jen Kish and Brittany Benn lining up alongside exciting emerging talent like speedster Julia Greenshields and 19-year-old

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England Sevens squad named for Langford

England Women Sevens squad travelled to Langford, Canada yesterday for the penultimate leg of the World Rugby HSBC Women’s Sevens Series, ahead of the weekend’s competition (27-28 May). Assistant coach James Bailey has made six changes to the side. Lauren Cattell, Katie Mason and Kelly Smith, who all made their debut on the World Series in

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RFU announce new England Sevens sponsorship deal

The Rugby Football Union (RFU) today announced a long-term partnership with Secure Trading, specialists in online payment processing. The four-year agreement will see Secure Trading become the Principal Partner to England Sevens, and become front-of-shirt sponsor of the men’s and women’s senior England Sevens squads. Secure Trading’s support for rugby sevens in England will extend

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England Women finish 6th in Kitakyushu

England Women finished sixth in the fourth leg of the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series at Kitakyushu, Japan after losing 31-0 to Russia in their final game. Earlier in the day, England lost 21-5 to New Zealand in the quarter-finals. The eventual tournament winners charged into a 14-0 lead but a try by captain

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