The Red Roses reach World Cup Final


The Red Roses have reached the 2017 Woman’s World Cup Final after overcoming France 20-3. They will face off against New Zealand on Saturday at the Ulster’s Kingspan Stadium.

England have now reached the last five finals. Their upcoming opponents, New Zealand have won three of those finals against the Red Roses.

England: 15. Danielle Waterman; 14. Lydia Thompson, 13. Emily Scarratt, 12. Rachael Burford, 11. Kay Wilson; 10. Katy Mclean, 9. Natasha Hunt; 1. Vickii Cornborough, 2. Amy Cokayne, Sarah Bern, 4. Abbie Scott, 5.Tamara Taylor, 6. Alex Matthews, 7. Marlie Packer, 8. Sarah Hunter (C).

16. Vicky Fleetwood, 17. Rochelle Clark, 18. Justine Lucas, 19. Harriet Millar-Mills, 20. Izzy Noel-Smith, 21. La Toya Mason, 22. Amber Reed, 23. Megan Jones.

France: 15. Montserrat Amedee; 14. Elodie Guiglion, 13. Caroline Ladagnous, 12. Elodie Poublan, 11. Shannon Izar; 10. Caroline Drouin, 9. Yanna Rivoalen; 1. Annaelle Deshayes, 2. Gaelle Mignot, 3. Julie Duval, 4. Lenaig Corson, 5. Audrey Forlani, 6. Marjorie Mayans, 7. Julie Annery, 8. Safi N’Diaye.

Replacements: 16. Caroline Thomas, 17. Lisa Arriscastre, 18. Patricia Carrivaburu, 19. Manon Andre, 20. Coumba Diallo, 21. Jade Le Pesq, 22. Carla Neisen, 23. Chloe Pella.

This article was sourced from England Rugby.