England begin separate Crimson Roses social media channels

England will compete within the upcoming Ladies’s Six Nations

England rugby have launched separate social media channels for the Crimson Roses staff.

The intention is to make use of the channels to inform extra of the gamers’ tales and promote the ladies’s staff extra. It goes alongside the Rugby Soccer Union’s ambition of getting 100,000 ladies and women enjoying rugby by 2027.

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The RFU additionally wish to promote out Twickenham Stadium for the 2025 ladies’s Rugby World Cup closing. It’s thought as a complete the Crimson Roses staff backed the thought of separate channels, although some gamers had been in opposition to the thought.

One participant in favour is captain Marlie Packer who mentioned:  “This can be a massively progressive step for the Crimson Roses and girls’s rugby.

“We wish to interact with our rugby neighborhood and help the expansion of the sport, particularly forward of a house Rugby World Cup in 2025. As gamers, we hope with the ability to see extra Crimson Roses content material will encourage extra ladies and women to observe our sport, choose up a rugby and take a look at it for themselves.”

And Emily Scarratt added: “Our previous Crimson Roses are trailblazers for girls’s sport, inspiring the present squad to go away the shirt in a greater place. We wish to be function fashions for the subsequent era of England Rugby gamers and supporters, and these devoted channels will enable us to inform the tales of many, join with our supporters and showcase our genuine self on and off the sector.”

England’s subsequent event is the Ladies’s Six Nations and they’re going to begin their title defence with a recreation in opposition to Italy on 24 March.

The staff are bidding to win the title for the sixth yr in a row.

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