Tag : england

England grind out win

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The one-day international series between England and Australia will go down to the wire, after the hosts reached their target of 300 with four balls to spare at Headingley. The Aussies were heavily wounded by their unsuccessful Ashes campaign, and had come out on top in the opening two contests, … Read More

England make history in triumphant third-place play-off

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England 1 – Germany 0 After a crushing 2-1 defeat to Japan in last week’s semi-final, England were able to put those demons behind them and salvage some pride against a formidable German outfit. The England squad showed tremendous resilience in a game that proved this Women’s World Cup campaign … Read More

Resilient England reach semi-cup finals

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  ENGLAND continued to make history last night as they stormed into their first ever World Cup semi-final with a 2-1 victory over tournament hosts Canada. They will now face reigning champions Japan, who edged past Australia with a 1-0 win thanks to a late goal from Mana Iwabuchi. The Lionesses … Read More

Golden strike from Bronze secures quarter-final place

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England Women made history last night, winning their first knock out match in a World Cup tournament, with a superb strike by Lucy Bronze securing their place in the quarter-finals. The Lionesses faced a tough test in their last 16 match, playing a strong and talented Norwegian side. The game … Read More

The Three Lions march on

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The group stages of the Women’s World Cup are over, and 16 teams remain. The tournament now enters the knockout stages, arguably the most exciting aspect of an international competition, and there are some intriguing fixtures to watch. Highlights include Germany vs Sweden and Japan vs Netherlands, but England’s own … Read More

The Women’s World Cup So Far

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With every team having played two games so far, the Women’s World Cup is now well underway. The tournament has been extremely entertaining, so much so that only two teams have definitely qualified to the knockout round.  Japan and Brazil are through, having won their first group games. Everything else … Read More

Women’s World Cup kicks off

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For any football fans suffering from withdrawal since the Premier League season ended last month, the wait for more football is nearly over. Tonight the Women’s World Cup kicks off in Canada, with the hosts playing China in the opening match. The tournament is set to be the largest one … Read More

Six Nations Review: England and Ireland pull ahead of the rest

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This round of matches delivered the same results as the respective fixtures last year, yet the final day drama of last year was not quite matched in this years second round. Predictably after all the attention on the matter, the weekend began with another incident of concussion, after Mike brown … Read More

Stage set for Six Nations spectacle

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There are few arenas more intimidating or spectacular than Cardiff’s Millenium Stadium on a wintery Friday night, but such a colosseum of noise, passion and hostility is what awaits an injury-stricken England in the 2015 Six Nations opener. Stuart Lancasters men return to the scene of their greatest humiliation in … Read More

Do people really still care about England international games?

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This last week saw England continue their Euro 2016 qualification campaign with two expected victories over San Marino and Estonia. As a passionate football fan, I would love to tell you I watched both games with excitement and keen anticipation, but the fact is I couldn’t care less about watching … Read More