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Saturday, January 10, 2009

RFUW launch England's Six Nations campaign

RFUW have published full details of England's programme for this season's Six Nations, and their attempt to win an unprecedented fourth consecutive Grand Slam. 

One surprise is that after two years at Old Albanians, a single season at London Irish, and a short stay at Esher for the Nations Cup, England will now be moving again - a few miles across London to play their three home games at London Welsh's ground at the Old Deer Park in Richmond. All home games will be preceded by England 'A' matches but with France now ranked only fourth in Europe, the biggest barriers to English ambitions are likely to be the away games against Wales and Ireland. The main challenge England will face, however, will be that Sevens World Cup takes place halfway through the Six Nations.
  • 7th February: England A v Spain; England v Italy (at London Welsh) (KO: 11.45 and 1.30)
  • 13th-14th February: Sevens tournament (World Cup warm-up) (San Diego)
  • 14th February: Wales v England (at Taffs Well) (KO: 1.00)
  • 27th February: Ireland v England (at St Mary's, Dublin) (KO: 6.30)
  • 28th February: England A v Nomads (at London Welsh) (KO: 1.30)
  • 5th-7th March: Sevens World Cup (Dubai)
  • 15th March: England A v France A; England v France (at London Welsh) (KO: 11.45 and 1.30)
  • 21st March: England A v Nomads; England v Scotland (at London Welsh) (KO: 11.45 and 1.30) 
RFUW have also produced some promotional posters - anyone fancy one (maybe for putting up at school, perhaps)?

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous1:42 AM

    Good planning - England v France on the Regional Festival day.


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