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Nine Saracens Named in Red Roses Squad

02.03.23
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England Women's Head coach Simon Middleton has named a 42-player Red Roses training squad for the 2023 TikTok Women’s Six Nations, with nine Saracens Women's players selected.
 

Nine uncapped players have been selected, including Saracens front row pair May Campbell and Kelsey Clifford, alongside scrum half Ella Wyrwas.
 
The squad will be co-captained by Sarah Hunter and our own co-captain Marlie Packer.

England open their TikTok Six Nations campaign against Scotland in Newcastle (Saturday 25 March, KO 4.45pm at Kingston Park), before hosting Italy (Sunday 2 April, KO 3pm at Franklin’s Gardens, Northampton).

Four Saracens forwards have been named in the squad, with Packer, Clifford and Campbell joined by Poppy Cleall. In the backs, a further five Saracens have been selected with Wyrwas joined by Leanne Infante, Holly Aitchison, Jess Breach and Sarah McKenna

Head coach Middleton said: "We’re really looking forward to the TikTok  Six Nations tournament. There are a number of new faces in this squad and while we are missing experienced players, this is a great opportunity for these younger players and we’re looking forward to working with them. There is always a regeneration period after any World Cup and this one is no different. Those selected have performed very well in the Allianz Premier 15s and deserve their opportunity."

Middleton also described Packer's role as co-captain as a natural progression in a senior leadership role, after another string of impressive performances so far this season.

"Sarah Hunter and Marlie Packer will co-captain the squad. Sarah has made it clear she will not be involved in the 2025 World Cup as a player, so it’s essential we look to continue to grow our leadership quality and depth. Marlie is already an integral part of our leadership group, so this is a natural progression for her to co-captain the side and continue to develop her leadership skills."
 

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