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Rochelle Clark, England

England Women beat France - England Women, the reigning World Champions, defeated France 10-5 at the Twickenham Stoop. Both teams are pointing to the next Women's World Cup to take place in Ireland this August. Of noted significance is that the match represented the 114th cap for Rochelle Clark, which tied her with Jason Leonard for the most caps recorded by an English player. The 35-year old prop will eclipse Leonard's mark in the next Red Roses Test.

Harlequins Invest in US Rugby - The Quins announced they had taken a minority share in USA Rugby's RIM (Rugby International Marketing) commercial venture, which also includes TheRugbyChannel.tv. One topical offering will be to offer the team's 150th Anniversary game against the Maori All Blacks for American viewing. The game will occur November 16 at the Twickenham Stoop.

USA Sevens Offers Discount Tickets - The Las Vegas Sevens, scheduled for March 3,4,5, will continue to offer fan ticket discounts until December 1. This is the fifth stop on the HSBC World Rugby 7s circuit. To take advantage of the price reduction, link to www.usasevens.com.

Dr. Phil Aired Youth Rugby Player - The popular television host showed a video of that beefy eight-year old Australian kid from Canberra running over and through his much smaller opponents.

Ten Greatest Rugby Union Teams Ever as picked by the Daily Telegraph, UK-

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/rugby-union/2016/10/18/the-top-10-greatest-rugby-teams-ever---ranked-and-rated/

Full International Schedule This Weekend - It's rugby rugby everywhere in the world this Saturday. The key contest will be an undefeated England XV versus South Africa at Twickenham.

Men:

Georgia vs. Japan

Italy vs. All Blacks

England vs. South Africa

Scotland vs. Australia

Romania vs. USA Eagles

France vs. Samoa

Wales vs. Argentina

Ireland vs. Canada

Women:

Wales vs. British Army

Ireland vs. England