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Poppy Cleall to make 50th cap for Red Roses v Canada

12.11.21
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Six Saracens have been selected in the Red Roses match day squad for Sunday’s match against Canada at the Twickenham Stoop.

Poppy Cleall will make her 50th cap, whilst Hannah Botterman, Zoe Harrison and Sarah McKenna will also start in South West London. 

Marlie Packer and Holly Aitchison have been named on the bench and will be looking to make their mark when called upon.

Middleton said: “I’m delighted with the results and performances of our opening two games against New Zealand, both of which were also fantastic occasions.

“Our attentions have now shifted and we are fully focussed on Sunday’s game against Canada.

“Abbie and Poppy have been an integral part of our squad for a number of years and we’re looking forward to celebrating and acknowledging their 50th caps at The Stoop.

“Canada are a very strong and physical side and we know we need to be at our best to come out on top.

“Preparations have gone well this week and we’re all looking forward to Sunday’s game.”

England Women team to play Canada:

15. Sarah McKenna
14. Heather Cowell
13. Lagi Tuima
12. Helena Rowland
11. Abby Dow
10. Zoe Harrison
9. Claudia MacDonald

1. Hannah Botterman
2. Amy Cokayne
3. Sarah Bern
4. Zoe Aldcroft
5. Abbie Ward
6. Sarah Hunter
7. Sadia Kabeya
8. Poppy Cleall

Finishers:

16. Lark Davies
17. Vickii Cornborough
18. Maud Muir
19. Harriet Millar-Mills
20. Alex Matthews
21. Marlie Packer
22. Leanne Infante
23. Holly Aitchison

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