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January 2016

Richmond Women v Saracens Women

Premiership Champions 2015-16 Richmond started the first ever Premiership Play Off final strongly, retaining possession and working their way ever closer to the Saracens try line.  Putting their opposition under pressure, the South West Londoners were awarded three penalties in a row, all of which were kicked to touch with the final [...]

March 2014

Saracens Women

Facebook page: www.facebook.com/saracenswomen Twitter: @saracenswomen Website: www.saracens.com About the team: Saracens have been at the forefront of the women’s game for over 25 years, claiming numerous Premiership and National Cup honours. The Club currently has two teams that play in the top two tiers of English rugby; the Premiership and the Championship South leagues, with several [...]

Richmond Women

Founded by players from Finchley RFC in 1986, Richmond has one of the oldest and most established women's sections in the world. It is also the largest in the country with a 3rd XV (Championship SE2) and a 2nd XV (Championship South) feeding into the 1st XV, helping to make the club one of the most successful.

Harlequins Women

About the team: About: In 2016, during Harlequins 150th anniversary year, the Club announced that it would significantly grow its involvement in the women’s format of the game.Developing women’s rugby is a key element of Harlequins’ five year strategy which also focuses on growing the number of participants through an established pathway from grassroots [...]

May 1996

May Campbell

MAY CAMPBELL WAS ONE OF THE TOP PERFORMERS FOR SARACENS WOMEN AS THEY RETAINED THE TYRRELLS PREMIER 15S TITLE WITH A 33-17 WIN OVER HARLEQUINS LADIES. The former England U20 hooker fought off strong competition to secure a starting spot for the final and backed it up with a terrific all-round performance. Campbell made [...]

January 1995

Lotte Clapp

NOT MANY PEOPLE HAVE RIDDEN AN OSTRICH IN CURAÇAO BUT SARACENS CAPTAIN LOTTE CLAPP DID JUST THAT. CLAPP HAS CAPTAINED SARACENS TO THEIR TWO TYRRELLS PREMIER 15S TITLES. It is her proudest non-rugby moment and stands alongside her achievements on the field which include a maiden try on her fourth England appearance against Italy and [...]

February 1994

Lauren Cattell

England international Lauren Cattell moves to the Chiefs having secured back to back Premier 15s titles with Saracens, where she had spent 8 years as a player. Cattell made her England debut in 2012 against Spain, since earning 25 caps for her country. She has also represented England at 7s on the HSBC World Sevens [...]

April 1990

Vicky ‘Fleeto’ Fleetwood

Vicky Fleetwood is a woman of many talents; a former junior hurdler, a personal trainer and a Rugby World Cup winner. She was also part of England’s bronze medal winning sevens squad in the 2018 Commonwealth Games on Australia’s Gold Coast. The Nuneaton-born diet and nutrition adviser began playing at 14 after tiring of watching [...]

April 1989

Marlie Packer

YEOVIL-BORN MARLIE PACKER LEFT HER WEST COUNTRY ROOTS IN BRISTOL TO JOIN SARACENS AT THE BEGINNING OF THE 2017/18 SEASON AND MADE AN EXPLOSIVE IMPACT, SCORING SIX TRIES AGAINST WORCESTER VALKYRIES. She was instrumental in the team winning the inaugural Tyrrells Premier 15s and she finished the season as the league’s top try scorer. A [...]

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