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Women's Rugby Super Series will be harder than the World Cup - England captain Sarah Hunter

BBC News Monday, 10 June 2019
Women's Rugby Super Series will be harder than the World Cup - England captain Sarah HunterEngland captain Sarah Hunter looks ahead to the Women's Rugby Super Series in San Diego that will include Canada, France, United States and New Zealand.
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England goalkeeper Karen Bardsley previews her team's World Cup group match against Argentina on June 14.

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