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England women's national rugby union team (sevens)

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England women's national rugby union team (sevens)

Union Rugby Football Union for Women
Emblem(s) Red Rose
Coach(es) Barry Maddocks
Captain(s) Michaela Staniford
World Cup Sevens
Appearances 2 (First in 2009)
Best result 5th place, 2009

The English women's national rugby union sevens team represents England at national level. They have been competing in the Hong Kong Women's Sevens tournaments since 1997. England are also one of six teams announced by the International Rugby Board as "core teams" that will compete in all four rounds of the inaugural IRB Women's Sevens World Series in 2012–13.[1]


Current Squad

Squad to IRB Women's Sevens Challenge Cup - 2012 London Sevens: [2]

  • Rachael Burford
  • Heather Fisher
  • Sonia Green
  • Natasha Hunt
  • Sarah McKenna
  • Katherine Merchant
  • Isabelle Noel-Smith
  • Alice Richardson
  • Emily Scarratt
  • Michaela Staniford (C)
  • Joanne Watmore
  • Kay Wilson


  1. ^ "IRB announces Women's Sevens World Series" (Press release). International Rugby Board. 4 October 2012. Retrieved 4 October 2012. 
  2. ^ scrumhalfconnection (2012). "IRB Women’s Challenge Cup Sevens (London) – May 12-13, 2012 – Schedule, Teams and Other Details". Retrieved May 14, 2012. 
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