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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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Wasps battle for 25-17 win at The Big Swarm

Wasps overcame a tough Bristol Bears side to finish the regular season with a 25-17 victory. In front of a large crowd at the annual Big Swarm event, the home side scored four tries, including a double from Abby Dow. However, it was their incredible defensive effort, which was tested throughout, that secured the win.

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The Game-Changer – What follows?

It’s instructive to consider some of the points arising from the big game at the Stoop last Saturday, dubbed The Game-Changer.  This was the second initiative of its kind that Quins have mounted, and it must be counted a roaring success. Now let’s see why it was needed. Compare the attendance at the Stoop with

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Tyrrells Premier 15s semi-finals

The dates and the kick-off times for the Tyrrells Premier 15s semi-finals have been confirmed for the weekend of April 13/14. Champions Saracens Women finished top of the table after 18 rounds with 17 wins and their reward is a home semi-final where they will face a Wasps FC Ladies side who finished fourth. The

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Tyrrells Round 17 – A Landmark Day!

Important results everywhere, but pride of place must go to: Waterloo 19 Worcester 27 Yes, the Valkyries post their first victory after 35 attempts in the Tyrrells. Congratulations! The smiles on their faces post-match said everything. The tweeter got so excited, we read COVY! instead of COYV! No apologies needed. It was good seeing Lydia

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Wasps welcome back their internationals

Wasps travel to Gloucester-Hartpury in an important clash as the Premier 15s returns after the Six Nations. They welcome back a number of players that have been representing international and invitational sides over the past six weeks. The fixture will prove crucial in the play-off race this season, with Wasps knowing a big win would

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