Evans Randall in pole for Hammerson’s Bishops Square

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Seven Bristol Ladies Players Named In England Side To Face Canada

first_imgBroadcast live on Sky Sports and BBC 5 Live Sports Extra, this fourth autumn Test provides the Red Roses with the opportunity to finish the series with a victory following their disappointing defeat to the Black Ferns last weekend.With Bristol’s Sarah Hunter, Danielle Waterman and Izzy Noel Smith in starting line-up. Bristol back Megan Jones comes into the squad on the bench for the first time this series in search of her second senior England cap, alongside Sarah Bern, Poppy Cleall and Marlie Packer. Head Coach Simon Middleton said: “Since last weekend we have reflected, regrouped and worked hard to address the aspects which didn’t go our way. We want to end the Old Mutual Wealth Series with a win and know Canada will do their best to prevent that.“It is always great to follow the men out and play at Twickenham, and we look forward to strong support from the home crowd.”The side have also notched up wins against France 10-5 on November, 9th for the Old Mutual Wealth Series opener and Ireland 10-2 in Dublin on November, 13th. Canada Women took on New Zealand in Dublin yesterday with the Black Ferns securing a 20-10 victory.Since England’s 2014 Women’s World Cup Final win over Canada, the two sides have met twice with one win each. England secured a tight 14-15 victory in Edmonton in July 2015 before meeting again in this summer’s Super Series in Salt Lake City where the Canadians took a convincing 52-17 win.FREE entry after the conclusion of the men’s game.last_img read more