Women & Girls

  • RFU News, Women & Girls | Friday 16 June 2017

    Red Roses team to face Black Ferns in Rotorua

    Simon Middleton has named his matchday 23 as the top two teams in the world prepare to go head-to-head in the final Test of the International Women’s Rugby Series. The Red Roses face their third and final Test in New Zealand on Saturday 17 June when they take on the Black Ferns... [READ MORE]

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  • RFU News, Women & Girls | Tuesday 13 June 2017

    Red Roses defeat Canada

    England made it two from two in the 2017 International Women's Rugby Series with a hard-fought 27-20 win over Canada in Christchurch. Lydia Thompson scored two tries for the Red Roses while Abbie Scott and Kay Wilson also went over, with seven points coming from the boot of Emil... [READ MORE]

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  • RFU News, Women & Girls | Friday 09 June 2017

    Red Roses beat Australia in tour opener

    England got their 2017 International Women’s Rugby Series campaign off to a winning start with a 53-10 victory over Australia at Porirua Park, New Zealand. Wing Sarah McKenna scored a hat-trick of tries while Izzy Noel-Smith, Abbie Scott, Kay Wilson (two), Vicky Fleetwood and Ha... [READ MORE]

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  • Women & Girls | Thursday 23 March 2017

    Register Your Inner Warrior Events! May 2017

    Welcome to the next Inner Warrior Event Promo! In January, England Rugby launched its new campaign (Inner Warrior Film) to attract more women into rugby and 107 events were registered at clubs across the country to promote their Open Sessions and Pitch Up and Play events national... [READ MORE]

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  • RFU News, Women & Girls | Tuesday 14 March 2017

    RED ROSES SECURE 64-0 WIN OVER SCOTLAND

    Kay Wilson landed a record seven tries in England Women’s 64-0 win over Scotland in the fourth round of the Women’s Six Nations at the Twickenham Stoop on Saturday. The Red Roses secured a total of 12 unanswered tries including a first-half hat-trick from hooker Amy Cokayne.

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