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Worcester Warriors Women Worcester Warriors Women

1
Akina Gondwe
58'
2
Carys Phillips
51'
3
Stef Evans
58'
4
Cara Brincat
5
Amelia Buckland-Hurry
58'
6
Siobhan McCarthy
64'
7
Alex Callender
8
Evie Gallagher
9
Caity Mattinson
43'
10
Minori Yamamoto
11
Vicky Laflin
12
Vicky Foxwell
43'
13
Carys Cox
14
Paige Farries
15
Abi Kershaw
64'

Substitutes

16
Lana Skeldon
51'
17
Carmen Tremelling
58'
18
Catherine Wells
58'
19
Jemima Moss
58'
20
Joanna Brown
64'
21
Tori Sellors
43'
22
Megan Varley
43'
23
Cat McNaney
64'

Worcester Warriors Women Worcester Warriors Women

1
Gondwe
2
Phillips
3
Evans
4
Brincat
5
Buckland-Hurry
6
McCarthy
7
Callender
8
Gallagher
9
Mattinson
10
Yamamoto
11
Laflin
12
Foxwell
13
Cox
14
Farries
15
Kershaw

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Saracens Women Saracens Women

1
Hannah Botterman
2
Jodie Rettie
51'
3
Alex Ellis
51'
4
Louise McMillan
5
Poppy Cleall
58'
6
Georgia Evans
7
Grace Moore
8
Marlie Packer
70'
9
Leanne Infante
58'
10
Holly Aitchison
77'
11
Lotte Clapp
12
Sarah McKenna
13
Sydney Gregson
14
Coreen Grant
23'
15
Jess Breach
77'

Substitutes

16
May Campbell
51'
17
Mackenzie Carson
23'
18
Kelsey Clifford
51'
19
Fi McIntosh
58'
20
Sharifa Kasolo
70'
21
Ella Wyrwas
58'
22
Flo Williams
77'
23
Isla Alejandro
77'

Saracens Women Saracens Women

1
Botterman
2
Rettie
3
Ellis
4
McMillan
5
Cleall
6
Evans
7
Moore
8
Packer
9
Infante
10
Aitchison
11
Clapp
12
McKenna
13
Gregson
14
Grant
15
Breach

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