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Valkyries put to the sword by Quins

Worcester Valkyries were put to the sword by Harlequins Ladies as the reigning champions ran in 13 tries to win 71-0 at Sixways on Saturday. Harlequins got off to a flying start as Shaunagh Brown capitalised after an attacking mishap from Valkyries and Heather Cowell then touched down in the corner for their second. Fiona

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A tough day for Valkyries as they lose to West Country rivals

Worcester Valkyries endured a tough day in poor conditions as they were beaten 43-0 by West Country rivals Gloucester-Hartpury Women at Sixways on Saturday in the Tyrrells Premier 15s. Beth Jones, Ceri Large, Eloise Hayward and Rebecca Belcher gave Gloucester-Hartpury a healthy advantage at the break before Leah Carey, Sarah Bern and a penalty try

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Valkyries overpowered by Richmond

Worcester Valkyries fell to a 48-12 defeat to Richmond Women in Round 4 of the Tyrrells Premier 15s at Richmond Athletic Ground on Saturday. Winger Emelie Hellgren opened the scoring in the second minute for the hosts before full-back Katherine Wallis crossed after 15 minutes as Richmond built an early lead. Rowena Burnfield then went

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Roy Davies praises 18-year-old debutant Megan Varley

Worcester Valkyries Director of Rugby Roy Davies was quick to praise 18-year-old Megan Varley after the youngster made her first-team debut at the weekend at Loughborough Lightning in the Tyrrell’s Premier 15s. The centre impressed on her first outing despite her side going down 46-12 to a strong Loughborough outfit. And new boss Davies said:

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Tough start for Valkyries in Tyrrells Premier 15s campaign

Worcester Valkyries endured a tough start to their Tyrrell’s Premier 15s campaign, losing 46-12 to an experienced Loughborough Lightning outfit at Loughborough University on Saturday. A young Worcester side put up a valiant effort but conceded eight well-worked tries as Lightning were watched on by new Player-Coach and England captain, Sarah Hunter. Loughborough’s Olivia Jones

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