The Letchworth Girls' Rugby 'blog originally contained news and information about girls' rugby section based at Letchworth Garden City RUFC between 2004 and 2010, but these days is mainly a source of information, discussion and speculation about women's and girls' rugby in England and overseas.
Though the girls have moved on the blog continues in order to preserve and honour the memories of the greatest bunch of young people to have ever played the game (IMHO!). It is aimed at players past and present, as well as anyone else interested in women's rugby who might be trying to make sense of what on earth is going on, even if that meant going to an unofficial and uncensored source of speculation, debate and discussion about the game.
It has no official connection with any girls' or women's teams currently representing Letchworth GC RUFC is NOT an official website within the meaning of RFU Regulation 5.
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http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/rugby_union/15969019.stm highlights are here. but no article on the bbc as far as i can tell.
Ali Donnely from Squeens states that this NZ side are not as good as the WC winners. So I think before we all get carried with a series win it is not winning the world cup. England will win this when it is next played. I watched the game last night and NZ were poor, a shadow of the side that won the WC. Any prem side could have a close game with the NZ side. How good were England? Not bad if you forget the drop balls, missed kicks, wrong options and poor passing. On a plus the new caps played well and hopefully will raise the standard within the squad. Katy Maclean needs to be more of a team player and kick less. Many times with players outside of her she kicked the ball away. When also is she going to give up kicking pens and cons, last night was poor. I do not think England played well, I think NZ were a team that have not played for 3 months and it showed. Saturday will be a bigger win margin.
Hardly a 'toweling' by England over the three matches. Unforced errors, poor decision making, inability to score against 14 in 2 ten minute periods when BF player sin binned, missed penalties, wayward kicking in open play and fatigue evident in a mostly dull drawn 3rd test.
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