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Four Didi Rugby ambassadors have made it through to the semi-finals of the Women’s World Cup in Ireland.
Sarah Hunter, Emily Scarratt, Natasha Hunt and Vicky Fleetwood were all part of the England side which cruised into the last four by topping their pool with three wins out of three.
An impressive 47-26 rout of the fancied USA team followed on from big wins over Spain and Italy in the early stages.
Happily for England, the side’s performances have improved with every game and only late defensive lapses allowed the USA to make the score look more respectable.
They now face an in-form France in the semi-final on Tuesday with Didi ambassadors expected to play a big role throughout the squad having all been involved in the win over America.
Skipper Sarah is in great form while vice-captain Emily showcased her game with a wonderful individual try in the win over Italy and six out of seven kicks in the USA game.
Natasha and Vicky have been very much part of an effort which they hope will end with England defending the crown they won in France last time around.
Didi Rugby founder Vicky Macqueen said the she had been glued to the television throughout their games so far.
“All four have given up their time and effort to support the growth of Didi Rugby and everyone involved with the business will be cheering them on against France and hoping they can make the final,” she added.