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Friday, October 17, 2008

This promises to be interesting...

Its a shame that is not being done by England, but nevertheless this blog could grow to be fascinating. The US Sevens team have started their own blog, the idea being that readers will be able to follow the team through the qualifiers later this month, and finals in Dubai next year. 

It should be more than just dull news and officially-cleared press releases. The idea is that all of the players on the World Cup squad of 20 will be regularly contributing to the blog, telling readers about themselves, providing tales from on the pitch and off, and generally giving an insight into what it is like to be a member of one of the world's leading women's national rugby teams. It'll be as near to international rugby as most people will get.

There's only a couple of posts so far, but it should be worth following. Wouldn't it be great if England were encouraged (or allowed) to be as open as this?

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