England women's national rugby league team

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England Lionesses
Badge of England Lionesses team
Team information
Nickname England Lionesses
Governing body Rugby Football League
Region Europe
RLIF ranking 3rd
Uniforms
First colours
Team results
World Cup
Appearances 1
Best result Round-Robin, 2013


The England women's national rugby league team, also known as the England Lionesses, represents England in Women's rugby league. They are administered by the Rugby Football League. Traditionally a predominantly white kit is worn including white shorts and socks. However the shirt usually features some form of red, like red stripes, crosses or chevrons. These colours are similar to other English sporting teams and are the colours used on the national flag. In 2008 a new kit was introduced featuring a red cross on the front and red strips down the sides of the shirt, shorts and socks were white too with red strips. Also in 2008 the Rugby Football League chose to abandon the traditional English lion on the badge in favour of a much simpler shield and cross design, nevertheless the team will still be known as "The Lionesses".

History[edit]

Early years[edit]

Players[edit]

Squad to the 2017 Women's Rugby League World Cup:[1][2]

  • Amy Hardcastle - Bradford Bulls
  • Andrea Dobson - Featherstone Rovers
  • Beth Sutcliffe - Bradford Bulls
  • Charlotte Booth - Bradford Bulls
  • Claire Garner - Bradford Bulls
  • Danielle Bound - Thatto Heath - St Helens
  • Danika Priim - Bradford Bulls
  • Emily Rudge - Thatto Heath - St Helens
  • Emma Slowe - Featherstone Rovers
  • Faye Gaskin - Thatto Heath - St Helens
  • Jenny Welsby - Thatto Heath - St Helens
  • Jessica Courtman - Bradford Bulls
  • Jodie Cunningham - Thatto Heath - St Helens
  • Katherine Hepworth - Castleford Tigers
  • Kayleigh Bulman - Featherstone Rovers
  • Kirsty Moroney - Bradford Bulls
  • Lois Forsell - Bradford Bulls
  • Rachel Thompson - Thatto Heath - St Helens
  • Rhiannon Marshall - Featherstone Rovers
  • Sarah Dunn - Featherstone Rovers
  • Shona Hoyle - Bradford Bulls
  • Stacey White - Bradford Bulls
  • Tara-Jane Stanley - Thatto Heath - St Helens

Coaches[edit]

Chris Chapman Head Coach Thomas Brindle Assistance Coach

Records[edit]

Team[edit]

Individual[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "England Women's squad". Rugby League World Cup. 2017-10-09. Retrieved 2017-10-14. 
  2. ^ "Women's Rugby League World Cup: England name 10 Bradford Bulls players". BBC Sport. 2017-10-09. Retrieved 2017-10-14. 

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