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Saracens Women Poppy Cleall and Sarah McKenna have been named in England’s starting XV for the second Six Nations clash on Sunday against France at Doncaster’s Castle Park.

Cleall moves to flanker and McKenna is retained at full-back following impressive performances in the 51-7 victory over Ireland in Dublin last weekend, while prop Hannah Botterman and fly-half Zoe Harrison have been named among the replacements.

Marlie Packer is rested after picking up a shoulder injury last Friday, and Vicky Fleetwood continues her recovery from a knee injury suffered in the win over Harlequins last month.

Head coach Simon Middleton is not underestimating the challenge posed by France, the 2018 Six Nations champions.

“We have no misconception of the size of the challenge ahead of us against France on Sunday,” he said. “We were pleased with our performance against Ireland but we now have to improve to get a winning outcome.

“Given their recent form and the fact France come into the tournament as champions, they rightly go into the game favourites.

“We have confidence in this squad and have had an excellent preparation through the week. We are really looking forward to returning to Doncaster where we had fantastic support from the crowd in November.”

He added of Packer’s injury: “We will rest Marlie this weekend with the aim of having her back later in the Championship.”

England match-day 23 against France. Castle Park, Doncaster, Sunday 10 February, 12.45pm kick-off, live on Sky Sports

15. Sarah McKenna (Saracens Women, 18 caps)
14. Jess Breach (Harlequins Ladies, 3 caps)
13. Emily Scarratt (Loughborough Lightning, 75 caps)
12. Tatyana Heard (Gloucester-Hartpury, 3 caps)
11. Kelly Smith (Gloucester-Hartpury, 6 caps)
10. Katy Daley-Mclean (Loughborough Lightning, 103 caps)
9. Leanne Riley (Harlequins Ladies, 25 caps)

1. Vickii Cornborough (Harlequins Ladies, 42 caps)
2. Lark Davies (Worcester Valkyries, 14 caps)
3. Sarah Bern (Bristol Bears Women, 21 caps)
4. Catherine O’Donnell (Loughborough Lightning, 8 caps)
5. Abbie Scott (Harlequins Ladies, 32 caps)
6. Poppy Cleall (Saracens Women, 25 caps)
7. Poppy Leitch (Bristol Bears Women, 6 caps)
8. Sarah Hunter (Loughborough Lightning, 109 caps) ©

16. Amy Cokayne (Wasps FC Ladies, 42 caps)
17. Hannah Botterman (Saracens Women, 6 caps)
18. Shaunagh Brown (Harlequins Ladies, 6 caps)
19. Rowena Burnfield (Richmond Ladies, 48 caps)
20. Sarah Beckett (Firwood Waterloo, 2 caps)
21. Natasha Hunt (Gloucester-Hartpury, 42 caps)
22. Zoe Harrison (Saracens Women, 9 caps)
23. Emily Scott (Harlequins Ladies, 24 caps)


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Saracens Women started their Allianz Cup campaign with a narrow defeat as they were beaten 29-36 by Harlequins at StoneX Stadium. Alex Austerberry’s side trailed by 12 points heading in to the final quarter but never gave in and almost completed a remarkable comeback but had to settle for two bonus points. It was Quins […]

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Saracens Men brought their Premiership Rugby Cup campaign to life with a rampant 73-29 victory over Nottingham Rugby at StoneX Stadium. The Men in Black scored 11 tries in a relentless attacking display which had the home crowd on their feet from start to finish as they recorded their first victory of the 2023/24 season. […]

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Saracens Business Club Event: Wednesday 11th October, 12:00-14:30

The upcoming Saracens Business Club event in October promises to be an exciting opportunity for senior leaders from SMEs in North London and the surrounding areas. Here's more information to help you make the most of this event: Event Details: Date and time - Wednesday, October 11th, from 12:00 PM to 2:30 PM. Location - […]


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