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England name team for Pool B decider against the USA

Red Roses coach Simon Middleton has made six changes to the side which beat Italy three days ago as England look to advance into the semi-finals of the World Cup. 455 more words

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RWC'17 Author Spotlight & Giveaway: JoMarie DeGioia!

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 Today’s featured writer is Romance, Wine & Chocolate guest author, JoMarie DeGioia! Learn some fun facts about JoMarie in this short Q&A.  858 more words

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WRWC: Red Roses score ten tries in big win over Italy

England scored another ten tries in their second World Cup pool match against Italy on Sunday afternoon, although a series of handling errors took the sheen off the win and left them with plenty to work on. 1,559 more words

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WRWC: England make ten changes for Italy match

The Red Roses have brought in ten new players to the match-day squad ahead of their second World Cup pool match against Italy.

Emily Scarratt returns to the starting line-up at outside centre and replaces Sarah Hunter as captain, while in the halves Natasha Hunt and Amber Reed replace Riley and McLean. 417 more words

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WRWC: Red Roses get World Cup campaign off to a winning start

England have started their World Cup defence in the best possible way as they eased to a 56 – 5 win in their opening match against Spain. 1,851 more words

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WRWC: Red Roses side to play Spain

England have named their match-day squad ahead of their opening World Cup game against Spain tomorrow.

Sarah Hunter leads a strong side, with full-back Danielle Waterman and centre Rachael Burford set to play in their fourth World Cup, while nine players in the starting line-up are making their debuts in the tournament. 310 more words

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WRWC: England v Spain Preview

After months of preparation, the Red Roses’ 2017 WRWC campaign kicks off tomorrow as they take on Spain in Dublin. As the opening game of the competition, all eyes will no doubt be on these two teams as they both look to start the tournament with a win. 320 more words

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