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Report: Harlequins Women 47-0 Bristol Bears Women

Bears Women endure a tough afternoon at the office in West London as a dominant Quins side come out on top 47-0 at the Twickenham Stoop.

What happened?

The hosts came out of the blocks firing as they opened the scoring inside the first five minutes with winger Heather Cowell crossing the whitewash to opening proceedings. 

Quins then doubled their lead as tight-head prop Shaunagh Brown burrowed her way over the chalk from the base of a ruck, before Heather Cowell got her second as she finished off a swift counter attacking move which originated in the Quins twenty-two. 

The Bears struggled to get a foot-hold in the game and after a period of sustained pressure in the Quins twenty-two the hosts managed to turn the ball over and swiftly turn defence into attack.

Chloe Rollie’s scything run allowed the home side to chalk up their fourth of the afternoon with scrum-half, Leanne Riley rounding off the scoring for the first period to see the home side go in 35-0 up. 

Second-half scorers from the ever-dangerous Jess Breach and a further try from Chloe Rollie saw the round five contest finish 47-0 to Harlequins Women, who remain undefeated throughout the 2019/20 campaign. 


Teams:

Bristol Bears Women:

15. Lucy Attwood (CC), 14. Lilly Stoeger-Goddard, 13. Phoebe Murray, 12. Lucie Skuse, 11. Lois Bird, 10. Becky Hughes, 9. Lucy Burgess; 1. Naomi Keddie, 2. Clara Nielson (CC), 3. Sarah Bern, 4. Poppy Leitch, 5. Hollie Cunningham, 6. Ebony Jefferies, 7. Daisie Mayes, 8. Row Marston

Impact Players: 16. Charlie Budge, 17. Caryl Thomas, 18. Ellie Mulhearn, 19. Marlo Boyd, 20. Serena Settembri, 21. Sophie Peters, 22. Amy Coles

Harlequins Women: 

15. Chloe Rollie, 14. Heather Cowell, 13. Rachael Burford, 12. Ellie Green, 11. Jess Breach, 10. Emily Scott, 9. Leanne Riley;1. Tove Viksten, 2. Davinia Catlin, 3. Shaunagh Brown, 4. Fiona Fletcher, 5. Abbie Scott, 6. Sarah Beckett, 7. Giada Franco, 8. Jade Konkel

Replacements: 16. Gill Bourke, 17. Chloe Edwards, 18. Zoe Saynor, 19. Alice Sheffield, 20. Lucy Packer, 21. Khadidja Camara, 22. Lydia Hartridge


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