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27.10.2019 06:42
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Rebecca Rowe is looking forward to facing her Richmond team-mates as Wales and England clash in the Womens Six Nations, live on Sky Sports on Saturday. Wales lock Rowe recently signed for Richmond Women, who won the Premiership earlier this year with a 28-17 victory over Saracens in the final.With three of Englands match-day 23 named for the Six Nations fixture hailing from the London club, Rowe is relishing the chance to come up against some familiar faces, and says the mental battles have already begun. Im looking forward to it, Rowe told Sky Sports. I always wear my Wales kit to training to wind the girls up! They always dig at me for being Welsh whenever they can but I always take it on the chin because I beat them, so Ive always got that in my back pocket! Its all good banter between everyone.The victory Rowe holds against her team-mates came in last years Six Nations, a 13-0 win in Swansea in what was Wales second ever win over England. Rowe started in that game, but was forced to leave proceedings early with an injury.I went off after about 20 minutes, said Rowe. I sprained my AC joint in my shoulder which was pretty devastating at the time. Ill just say that I set the tone for the rest of the game!The second rower is confident that her side can match last years feat when they take the field this weekend.Theres no reason we cant do it again. They will be tough this year, they dont like to lose - especially to Wales! The majority of the team is the same as last year with the exception of a few new caps who add to the squad. Rebecca Rowe I think there was a lot of backlash after that in the press and probably in the RFU as well so I think they will probably be going out to set the record straight.But I think we are a better team this year. The majority of the team is the same as last year with the exception of a few new caps who add to the team, and were stronger and fitter.In this years tournament Wales have had mixed results. An opening-round defeat to Ireland was put aside for a win against Scotland before a monumental defensive effort kept France at bay for a 10-8 win that keeps them in the running for the title. Sportswomen joined the England team at their training camp in Surrey Coach Rhys Edwards has rewarded those involved in the bruising win in Neath by naming an unchanged starting XV for Saturdays game, with only one change to the match-day 23 as Mel Clay replaces Jenny Hawkins on the bench.England, on the other hand, kicked off their campaign with a 32-0 victory over Scotland, followed by a tough 33-24 win in Italy before seeing off defending champions Ireland 13-9 at Twickenham.With three wins from three, England sit on top of the standings, and will see victory over third-place Wales as the next step to the title, but it will be a tough encounter to endure. Rowe says the new caps have added to an established Welsh squad Englands last stop in this years tournament is in France, but coach Scott Bemand is not looking past Saturdays battle.We know what an important game this is, said Bernard. Wales will come with confidence after their recent win where their defence was impressive to hold off the French.The starting XV hold a total of 568 caps between them - that is a significant amount of international experience.Englands starting side sees second row Tamara Taylor earn her 89th cap as she lines up opposite Rowe, while Abbie Scott moves to blindside flanker and Harriet Millar-Mills shifts to the bench.England women: 15 Katie Mason, 14 Lydia Thompson, 13 Lauren Cattell, 12 Ceri Large, 11 Lotte Clapp, 10 Amber Reed, 9 La Toya Mason, 1 Rochelle Clark, 2 Emma Croker, 3 Vickii Cornborough, 4 Emily Braund, 5 Tamara Taylor, 6 Abbie Scott, 7 Izzy Noel-Smith, 8 Sarah Hunter.Replacements: 16 Amy Cokayne, 17 Heather Kerr, 18 Bee Dawson, 19 Harriet Millar-Mills, 20 Poppy Leitch, 21 Bianca Blackburn, 22 Poppy Cleall 23 Leanne Riley.Wales women: 15 Dyddgu Hywel, 14 Bethan Dainton, 13 Hannah Jones, 12 Robyn Wilkins, 11 Elen Evans, 10 Elinor Snowsill, 9 Keira Bevan, 1 Catrin Edwards, 2 Carys Phillips, 3 Megan York, 4 Rebecca Rowe, 5 Shona Powell-Hughes, 6 Rachel Taylor (c), 7 Sian Williams, 8 Sioned Harries.Replacements: 16 Amy Price, 17 Cerys Hale, 18 Amy Evans, 19 Siwan Lillicrap, 20 Alisha Butchers, 21 Mel Clay, 22 Kerin Lake, 23 Adi Taviner.Watch England Women take on Wales Women on Sky Sports 5 from 5.55pm on Saturday Also See: Fixtures and results Six Nations table Pundits Rugby union video Cyber Monday Custom Nike Baseball Jerseys . 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The Super Smash Bros. for Wii U player sagas continue in Las Vegas with 2GGT: ZeRo Saga on December 16-18. For over a year, the 2GGaming events team have coordinated player-themed events for personalities and players. For the ZeRo Saga, featuring dominant Smash 4 champion Gonzalo ZeRo Barrios of Team SoloMid, they are going all out. Theres a generous $10,000 pot bonus given by Collegiate Colosseum, an all-star tournament staff with the core 2GGaming squad of Champ Tangwongkitsiri, James Jmex Chacon, Las Vegas Bassem Bear Dahdouh (a core Smash Wii U staff member from top events like Genesis and Evo) and an army of top level players.For ZeRo, the star of the show, the year so far has been full of ups and downs. He started with an incredible win at Genesis 3 in January and continued his tournament win streak into the end of February. He decided to take an extended break shortly after. By then, he was undisputedly number one, winning 64 out of 65 tournaments in a 16-month stretch.Returning to the scene did not pan out immediately for ZeRo. He reached a low point in his Smash WiiU career with a ninth place at CEO 2016, a third place at Evo 2016, and a thirteenth place at Super Smash Con 2016. But the end of the summer became the turning point for ZeRo as he refined his game. Although it hasnt been a perfect comeback, a big win in August at Shine 2016 proved he was back.Since then, ZeRos been unstoppable, currently carrying a four-tournament win streak, which also includes The Big House 6 and UGC Smash Open. With a strong secoond half of the year, he likely earns himself the number one slot on the Panda Global Rankings version 2 for the first half of 2017.dddddddddddd It seems like a given that he would win his own 2GG Saga.However, there is a running joke that the highlighted players are cursed at their own tournaments. In the series nine events to date, no one has been able to win their own Saga. About half have finished in the top four, but even players like Luminositys Yuta Abadango Kawamura couldnt crack their Sagas top 10.ZeRo Saga in particular will be a serious challenge for the champion. The Panda Global Rankings (PGR) system is classifying this as the last tier 1 event for 2016, an unusual decision given the relatively small number of competitors.With the advent of pot bonuses, Top Players have coordinated themselves to attend these events in hopes of reaping the prize. The bigger the prize, the more intense the competition, explained Luis suar Suarez, Panda Globals PGstats Director for Smash Wii U. [Decembers UGC Smash Open] is regarded as a tier 1 event [because of its large pot bonus and the talent pool it attracted]. Due to the fact that 2GGs ZeRo Saga boasts more entrants than UGC and a larger top Player talent pool, it also receives the Tier 1 designation despite not having at least 512 entrants (to date).ZeRo has accomplished many things in his career, but will he be the first to win his own Saga? ' ' '

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