Source: Bruce Perkins

England Women U20s win Tri-Nations Cup

England Women U20s were victorious in the Tri-Nations Cup, defeating Canada 24-15 at Loughborough University. It followed last weekend’s 62-0 victory over USA in the competition. The young Red Roses led 7-0 at the break against Canada via Jodie Mallard’s try and a Lucie Skuse conversion. Canada themselves then led 15-7 through tries from Emma

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Source: Bruce Perkins

The future looks bright for the Red Roses

England U20 v USA U20 Tri-Nations – Loughborough 20 July 2019 All the great names (Dow, Perry, Beckett, Botterman, Tuima, Attwood, Galligan, Harrison) had disappeared from the Under 20 roster – upstairs, to the elite squad. And still the new-look squad put ten tries on a hard-pressed USA side. Just as though it was a cricket

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USA Eagles v England – A Win in the Heat

USA Eagles v England – Chula Vista, San Diego 28 June 2019 Teams USA England 15 Bulou Mataitoga​​​​  Sarah McKenna 14 Bui Baravilala​​​​ Lydia Thompson 13 Alev Kelter​​​​​ Emily Scarratt 12 Eti Haungatau​​​​ Amber Reed 11 Jennine Duncan​​​​ Kelly Smith 10 Gabby Cantorna​​​​ Zoe Harrison 9 Ashlee Byrge​​​​ Claudia Macdonald 1 Catie Benson​​​​ Ellena Perry 2

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The first Quilter International – England v The USA

The first Quilter International – England v The USA – Allianz Park 9 November 2018 Part One If you’re anxious for the action, move straight to Part Two… The England squad selected: 15. Sarah McKenna (Saracens) 14. Lydia Thompson (Worcester Valkyries) 13. Carys Williams (Loughborough Lightning)* 12. Tatyana Heard (Gloucester-Hartpury)* 11. Kelly Smith (Gloucester-Hartpury) 10. Katy

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A Look Forward to England v USA – Allianz Park 9 November 2018

First Quilter Autumn International – Allianz Park 9 November 2018 Simon Middleton has announced the following England Squad: 15. Sarah McKenna (Saracens) 14. Lydia Thompson (Valkyries) 13. Carys Williams (Lightning)* 12. Tatyana Heard (Gloucester-Hartpury)* 11. Kelly Smith (Gloucester-Hartpury) 10. Katy Daley-Mclean (Lightning) 9. Leanne Riley (Harlequins) 1. Ellena Perry (Saracens)* 2. Lark Davies (Valkyries) 3. Shaunagh

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Alex Danson’s goal earns England a draw

– Danson marks 200th England appearance with fine solo goal – England captain also equals all-time Great Britain and England goals record – Next up for England at the Vitality Hockey Women’s Cup are Ireland at 8pm on Sunday Alex Danson netted her 62nd England goal on her 200th appearance for her country as the

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