England will march towards the semi-finals of the Women’s World Cup with a spring in their step after brushing the USA aside in an imperious performance, overpowering their opponents in a seven-try victory in Dublin. Four of their tries came from their much-vaunted driving maul – Simon Middleton has been reluctant to show his full hand to date but at the very least this was England flexing their muscles.
As England chop and change their side during the defence of their Women’s World Cup crown, one thing remains the same – the presence of Danielle Waterman in the No15 jersey. Team-mates have flitted in and out but England’s hot-stepping full-back is the only ever present in the starting XV for the pool stages, making a third appearance against USA on Thursday.
The Leicester head coach, Matt O’Connor, believes Manu Tuilagi will play a part in England’s autumn international series despite his recent reprimand for a drunken night out at last week, and suggested he is too valuable a player for Eddie Jones to leave out. O’Connor also hinted Tuilagi’s latest off-field indiscretion was due to his frustration at being limited to rehab work during the England training camp.
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Selecting a term
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