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Four wins in four for the Red Roses

The Red Roses made it four wins from four in the Women’s Six Nations after a 66-7 victory over Wales at Twickenham Stoop. In front of 10,974 fans, a record attendance for an England Women ticketed home game outside of a Rugby World Cup, Simon Middleton’s side were dominant throughout the match as they ran

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Wales Women Squad to play Barbarians

The WRU have announced their squad to face the Barbarians tomorrow, 30th November, at the Principality Stadium on (kick-off 11.45am).   Wales: Lauren Smyth (Ospreys); Paige Randall (Cardiff Blues), Megan Webb (Cardiff Blues), Kerin Lake (Ospreys), Lisa Neumann (RGC); Elinor Snowsill (Bristol Bears), Keira Bevan (Ospreys); Gwenllian Pyrs (RGC), Kelsey Jones (Ospreys), Cerys Hale (Cardiff Blues),

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Barbarians Women squad to face Wales Women

Wales Women and Barbarians Women will meet at the Principality Stadium on Saturday 30th November (kick-off 11.45am) before the men’s teams take the field. Barbarians Women head coach Jo Yapp has drawn from 10 nations to face Wales who have warmed up for the clash with wins over Ireland, Scotland and the Crawshays. Barbarians Women

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Autumn International – Spain v Wales

On 3 November Wales began a hectic programme of five autumn matches on consecutive weekends with a game against Spain in Madrid. Spain made another statement of intent as they beat an experimental Welsh XV 29-5. The visitors gave first starts to six players, forwards Gwenllian Jenkins, Georgia Evans and Abbie Fleming, and backs Angharad

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6 Nations 2019 – Round 3 Wales v England

6 Nations 2019 – Round 3 – Wales v England – Arms Park February 24 2019 Part One (if you’re anxious for the action, scroll to Part Two) The fixture-maker-in-the-sky pays no attention to the demands of heightened drama. Otherwise the France-England clash would always be placed last – for the women’s 6 Nations at least. England’s last three

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